- Picnic Area
The Peoples' Crossing Trailhead provides access to the network of Red Rocks Trails. The new name for the trailhead was developed by representatives from federally recognized American Indian Tribes. This new name is the result of the city's Indigenous Peoples Day Resolution. In 2016, in collaboration with community members and the Human Relations Commission, Boulder City Council adopted Resolution No. 1190, a resolution declaring the second Monday of October of each year to be Indigenous Peoples Day.
The name has several meanings for Tribal Nations who developed the name, including:
- It honors the area as a crossroads for Indigenous Peoples who have traversed and lived in the Boulder area since time immemorial.
- “The People” or “Our People” are English translations for how many American Indian Tribal Nations refer to themselves in their native languages.
- Usage of the term “The People” is meant to be inclusive of all people who have traveled through and have lived in the Boulder area.
None (A set of multiple restrooms located approximately 0.25 miles south in Eben G. Fine Park).
Three picnic tables and two trash cans at trailhead.
West end of Pearl Street at its junction with Canyon Boulevard.
The 205 and N bus lines both stop on Canyon right before the junction with Pearl, walk about one block west to trailhead.
There are 26 standard parking spaces and one ADA space.
This area is identified as being mobility-friendly. See the Visitors Experiencing Disabilities Page for trail details.
Bicycles are not allowed on the Red Rocks area trails.
Learn about bringing your dog to OSMP. Dogs must be on a hand-held leash at all times unless they meet the voice and sight control standard and display a City of Boulder Voice and Sight tag. Dog excrement removal is required by law. A dog station is available to aid in the collection of dog excrement.
Black bears, mountain lions and mule deer inhabit this area.