Tanner Trail

#1 of 1 trails in Temple Canyon Park
Tanner Trail is a lightly trafficked trail located near Canon City, CO and offers scenic views. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Very steep climb most of the way. Very steep hike, but great views of Pikes Peak and surrounding area. Rocky, muddy in spots, Dogs allowed,

Tracy Tomko
3 days ago

5 Completed5 Reviews

Went after a week of rain so the views were pretty and green. The trail is a bit rough due to the dirt bike traffic. Good steady incline for conditioning. I did not go all the way to the top but only up a few miles then back.

Krista Burkholder
16 days ago

4 Completed4 Reviews

The trail is well marked and easy to follow. It's a steady climb and I found it quickly tired me out. I did 3 miles in and turned around. Sat on some rocks and admired Pikes Peak. The trail is very exposed so bring plenty of water!

Marvin Wooten
2 months ago

33 Completed3 Reviews

Hiked to the halfway point and back in an afternoon. The trail is essentially a 6 ft wide or so, ATV roadbed. That said, you can't get lost and the terrain you traverse is scenic and interesting, especially the varied rock formations. Pinion pine are common as the trail begins, but as you ascend these give way to ponderosa, spruce and white pine--all very nice. The trail up is one long ascent, but is not too steep. Certainly handable by the experienced hiker. Would make for a good overnight backpack hike to go the full length and return for a 12.5 mile round trip.

Greg Williams
2 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Trail is pretty torn up by ATVs and dirt bikes. Very rocky and uneven, Be sure to wear sturdy hiking boots or you could easily twist an ankle. The views are amazing.

Sheri Kohl
8 months ago

1 Completed2 Reviews

Best real hike!!! Do pack water! your dog may need much rest too! Pack water for dog

Sheri Kohl
8 months ago

1 Completed2 Reviews


Donna Kodger
3 years ago

7 Completed2 Reviews

Really was not expecting this trail to be straight up forever! Pack some food, lots of water and don't forget a hiking stick. But was nice scenery.