Caves Trail - The Caves Trail begins at the Visitor Center and extends to the western boundary of the Monument. The rock formation known as 'The Caves' is actually a grouping of large boulders that have fallen together.
Hans Loop Trail - A 1.1 mile extension of the Sawmill Trail, this trail provides vistas of 14,110' Pikes Peak.
Hornbeck Wildlife Loop Trail - Hornbeck Wildlife Loop leaves the Visitor Center and splits from Cave Trail after .6 miles. After the split, Hornbeck Trail leads to the reconstructed Hornbeck Homestead and crosses the road to link with Shootin' Star Trail.
Sawmill Trail - Sawmill Trail is 2.2 miles long with a moderate level of difficulty. The terrain it travels through provides a good example of Colorado's Montane Life zone.
Shootin' Star Trail - Shootin' Star Trail is 1.4 miles long one way and gains 80' in elevation. This trail is rated moderate by the National Park Service.
Twin Rock Trail - Following a riparian, or stream habitat, this trail features a quiet view of rock formations, open meadows, aspen groves, willows and pond life.
Walk Through Time Trail - A pamphlet guides visitors around this .5 mile loop, which introduces the geologic history of the area.