Watch your step when you're out hiking this weekend in Northern Colorado.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Northeast Region tweeted about another rattlesnake sighting in the area, and warned hikers to remember that despite the drop in temperature, critters are still out and about.

"The days are starting to get chilly, but that hasn't stopped our slithery friends from enjoying the sunshine," the tweet reads alongside a photo of a snake, which you can see below. The photo was taken at Castlewood Canyon State Park.

Can you spot the snake in the grass? Watch your feet this weekend: It could save your life.

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