Poudre River Trail

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The Poudre River Trail tracks a 21-mile, scenic course along Cache la Poudre River between Windsor and Greeley. The paved trail is popular with hikers, runners, cyclists and inline skaters. The path is wide with gently grades, passing through a forested corridor and among scenic open spaces, where wildflowers bloom in spring and summer. Passing through several parks and natural areas, the trail offers plenty of recreational opportunities, including wildlife watching, fishing and picnicking. You'll also find plenty of historical sites and educational sites to visit along our trail.

There are plans to connect the Poudre River Trail to the Poudre Trail in Fort Collins, and construction is already underway, with the hope of completion by 2015.

Parking and Trail Access

You can access the trail at several locations, including:

*Island Grove Park: (1 mile Trail Section)
*71st Avenue: (1 mile north of 4th Street)
*83rd Avenue: (1.5 miles north of 10th Street/ hwy34 business)
*Kodak: hwy 257 turn right at the farmhouse before the Kodak headquarters

For more trailhead locations, visit the Poudre River Trail website.


   December, 2016 by jurischk

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Amazing trail.

   September, 2016 by binderchristian

This is an easy 21 mile paved and mostly flat trail that goes to/from Greeley to/from Windsor with plenty of stops in between. A portion of this trail is within the city but the majority is out in the country and you are surrounded by beautiful views ...read more

The flooding cut us short

   May, 2016 by blu109 2013

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