Pawnee Pioneer Trails
Length: 128 miles. Driving time: 3 hours.
When looking upon the Great Plains, pioneers and gold seekers could hardly believe their eyes. What they saw were buffalo, antelope, deer and even bears, roaming the grasslands for as far as the eye could see. This byway traverses the rugged Colorado Piedmont, a wide-open region anchored by the towering Pawnee Buttes. … Read More
South Platte River Trail
Length: 19 miles. Driving time: 30 Minutes.
This scenic byway, while the shortest in the state, packs a wallop for those who enjoy the true grit of Western history. It’s a 19-mile loop that takes you through everything from Colorado’s only Pony Express station to the Lincoln Highway—the first coast-to-coast car route in the nation. … Read More