The Ute Indians (indigenous people of the Pikes Peak Region) skillfully modified trees for navigational, spiritual, burial, medicinal, nutritional, and educational purposes. Throughout the Pikes Peak Region such trees abound (over 2,000 have been mapped). These “twisted” trees are sacred living artifacts the Utes left behind and many can be found in Fox Run Regional Park.
NOTE: The tour begins at 6 PM, registration begins at 5:30.
Handicap Access Info: This tour follows along groomed trails with some off-trail walking
Restrooms located at trailhead.