Hike This Ancient Forest In Colorado That’s Home To 34-Million-Year-Old Trees

You have visited Mesa Verde a time or two, followed the dinosaur tracks at Picketwire Canyon, and have even paid your respects at the Ludlow Massacre Site, so you have visited nearly every historic place in Colorado, right? Wrong, as Colorado is home to its own extraordinary ancient forest with trees dating back some 34-million-years:

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For even more of our favorite historic hikes, check out These 5 Trails In Colorado Will Lead You To Extraordinary Ancient Ruins.