Alderfer Three Sisters Trail

#1 of 1 trails in Alderfer / Three Sisters Park
Alderfer Three Sisters Trail is a 6.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Evergreen, CO that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until September. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

6.9 miles 1102 feet Loop
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East Trailhead: Turn west on Buffalo Park Road from County Highway 73, just south of downtown Evergreen, and travel approximately one mile. You can also reach this trailhead by foot or bike from the Dedissee Trail, originating at the Evergreen Lakehouse. West Trailhead: This larger lot is a 1/2 mile west of the east trailhead.

Greg Adams
1 day ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Easy physically, variety of routes, perfect weather

Tori Fisher
2 days ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Very clean and well maintained trails. I love bringing my dog Zoey with me for a peaceful hike! Not too much traffic and trails ranging from easy to hard. Two parking lots to start from but make sure to take a map with you to get back to the right one!

Andrew S.
11 days ago

Tom Spencer
11 days ago

8 Completed0 Reviews

Andrew Weldon
24 days ago

4 Completed0 Reviews

Nice trails and shade , good views

Christie Groves
25 days ago

3 Completed1 Reviews

Good long hike for beginners or a relaxing hike for the more experienced. I went counter clockwise. Inclines are pretty minimal throughout besides the initial ascent. Trail was 95% dry. I started out just before 10am and didn't encounter too many people until towards the end. Lots of different scenic views. The 7 mi loop is several different trails combined so just pay attention to the directions you're going. Overall, great day for a great hike!

Kyle Whitlow
1 month ago

3 Completed0 Reviews

What a great hike. The first half of the trail had a decent amount of people but there were also boulder areas you could climb up for some really nice pictures. After you get through the first wooded area you walk through an open field which is were I encountered a few bikers. once you begin the Green Mountain Trail the trees cover most of the views; however, once you get to the top it is worth it. Mount Bierstradt and Mount Evans come into clear view in the distance. Make sure to take the scenic path before the top. At the end of it you get a really cool overview of where you just hiked from. Overall, I really enjoyed this hike because it had such varying views and it also helped that I saw quite a few deer.

Angela Dietrich
1 month ago

4 Completed2 Reviews

Beautiful scenery, mix of terrain and difficulty. Will be back.

Kimberly Jackson
1 month ago

2 Completed1 Reviews

Brought my Labrador out for a nice Friday stroll to enjoy the awesome weather, and found ourselves here. What a great mountain park! Lots of trails, tons of variety, and great scenic views!

Michael Gouveia
2 months ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

This is one of my firsts and favorites! Not as fun with snow everywhere because it makes it very difficult to climb the sisters but the summer is a great season to be there.

Austin Buck
3 months ago

24 Completed2 Reviews

Very beautiful views from the overlooks saw lots of deer the snow made it very slippery but I would go again in the summer

Mike Cantu
4 months ago

3 Completed3 Reviews

climbed some nice boulders with amazing views. wildlife galore

Bryan Wright
5 months ago

9 Completed4 Reviews

I like the Rocks

Colton Scott
6 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was solid. It is much better suited for mountain biking as the trails can get really long and windy which would be excellent for biking and jogging but can be a bit easy for walking. Great views and good fun.

Luke Kelly
6 months ago

8 Completed7 Reviews

Kylie Mallory-Halter
6 months ago

7 Completed6 Reviews

This is a great get-away from Denver, where you feel like you're in the mountains and have left the city behind but you also don't have to drive for 2 hours. The park offers multiple hiking options and you can create a loop of pretty much any distance you want. I've seen lots of wildlife here, and have hiked it almost year round. Each season offers something different. This is also a great place to take out-of-towners as the elevation gain is minimal and the trails are relatively easy.

Kristin Wold
6 months ago

13 Completed8 Reviews

Carolyn Jannicelli
7 months ago

6 Completed6 Reviews

Absolutely beautiful park! You can really create a hike/loop or whatever distance you want - the 10 mile loop listed here isn't the only option. The trails are marked very clearly, and there is so much diversity in the scenery!! Wonderful trail system to spend the day exploring.

Dora Haberl
7 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful and easy hike!

Carla A.
7 months ago

We have been to this one several times! The upper lot gives the best access for beginner hikers, visitors to CO, and younger children. Many trails go through forest, but you can also do a little climb to a really incredible lookout with view. Having a map to find the trail with a view would be handy.