Colorado is home to some of the most beautiful and iconic hikes in the country, but did you know that we also have quite a few walks that are eerie and creepy? If you enjoy your trails historic and spooky, you will want to check out this Colorado hike that takes you through the ruins of an abandoned mine, Ghost Town Hollow.

Cell service can be spotty in remote mountain areas, so be sure to bring along a paper trail map and a downloaded version that you can use offline on your smartphone for navigating. You can get both from AllTrails Plus. Explore even more of Pikes Peak with a guided tour of some of the area’s best known features, like Garden of the Gods.

Have you made the hike to this abandoned mine Colorado? Tell us about your Ghost Town Hollow experience in the comments. For even more Centennial State haunts, take a road trip to some of the scariest places in Colorado.

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