Colosseum Trail; Ha Ha Tonka State Park

#1 of 6 trails in Ha Ha Tonka State Park

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The Colosseum trail is a natural surface trail that winds under a natural bridge and through a large sinkhole, the Colosseum spans 60 feet, is 100 feet high, and is 70 feet wide.

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Bob Wharton (8753)

293 Completed293 Reviews

Britty Towell-Hughes (66)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Grew up going to Ha Ha Tonka and have great memories from there and always love going back and bringing first-timers! The castle ruins are beautiful and have great history behind them, the trails are even more beautiful and the hike on the boardwalk stairs down to the crystal clear fresh spring water is gorgeous. Let's not forget the gorgeous view of the lake! The hike back up is... lets just say you will get your workout in. If you are in the area for any reason it is worth the the trip to see with your own eyes. Something for all ages!! Ruins are handicap accessible as well.

Tim Hughes (113)

3 Completed2 Reviews

Very cool rock formations!

Michael Fisher Jr. (130)

13 Completed2 Reviews

Craig F (596)

44 Completed21 Reviews

Pretty cool short trail. Walking under the rock bridge is interesting since you don't find that very often.

Tammy Thieme (9306)

53 Completed19 Reviews

Short but fabulous! Neat rock formations. Natural bridge is awesome. Moderate hike. Loved it!

Doug Neidholdt (77936)

451 Completed454 Reviews

the natural bridge and walk through the ravine caused by the collapsed cave system was a nice scenic area. worth a peak,along with the other trails at the park.

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