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Mount Goliath Guided Wildflower Hikes

Experience a range of breathtaking views, from Rocky Mountain peaks to delicate alpine plants and ancient wind-sculpted bristlecone pines.

Our docents lead the deliberately slow-paced hike down the stunning M. Walter Pesman trail.

  • Limited to 24 participants
  • Mount Goliath Wildflower Hikes are free, but participants must pay the amenity fee to the U.S. Forest Service at the Mount Evans fee station.
  • Be aware: this is a downhill trek on a moderately difficult trail that starts at 12,100 ft. Before registering, please ensure that you are physically fit and medically able to participate in vigorous physical activity at high altitude conditions. 
  • Registration is required.
  • Mount Goliath wildflower hikes are not available as private tours.
  • For more information contact us at tours@botanicgardens.org.

Learn more about Mount Goliath, including directions, weather and road accessibility. Please note – the Gardens does not manage the Mount Goliath recreational area, and questions not directly related to tours should be directed to the Clear Creek Ranger District.

Register for a tour


July 21 – August 4, 2015
Tuesdays, Thursdays and select Saturdays
8:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Dos Chappell Nature Center – Mount Goliath