About Flatirons, Boulder
Flatirons, Boulder - Address
Address: Colorado 80302, USA
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Outdoors, Mountain, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Adventure
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Situated high in the backdrop of boulder, is this five strikingly slanted rock formations coming together to forge one of the most popular and beautiful tourists destinations in the country. ‘The Flatirons’, as it is called by folks, is the collective of five different flatirons mapping the southwest boulder from the north to the south while passing along the eastern terrain of green mountain. Known to provide some of the most breathtaking views from the top, it is hardly a surprise to see it packed with the crowd of adventurers, hikers and explorers everyday. For photographers, the place does not lag behind in opportunities either, given the picturesque surrounding and the wealth of natural beauty it embodies.The Flatirons has numerous hiking trails for travellers to explore. Hike up to the foothills in the west or stroll through the grassy landscape of the east, you will never get out of things to do in this adventurous little tryst.
- Wear sturdy footwear.
- Bring lots of water and food with you.
Flatirons Opening and Closing Hours
- Any time of the day is fine.
How To reach Flatirons by Public Transport
- By Taxi
- By Car
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Awesome, simple hike, for beginners. Especially if you are new to the area. Parking can be an issue and if you are hiking on a weekend or a holiday it can be crowded. Overall it is a great experience and will definitely give you a break from the pretentious City life in Boulder!
Beautiful all times of year! The best way to view this incredible formation is from an air-tour.
Some busy, steep trails with nice views.
Awesome hike with great views. It was a bit tough!
I spent too many years forced to look at the boring flatirons for a couple hours everyday on my commute to work up and down I-36 and have to say I much prefer to see the ocean. Probably the reason that I now live in California and get to do just that. Go find a head of hair Flatirons.