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Explore the best rated trails in Loveland, CO, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Sheep Draw Trail and Fossil Creek Trail . With more than 81 trails covering 626 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Ran into construction along the trail at about Washington and 124th so we had to detour past the Eastlake train station and a little south. This is one of my favorite rides and connect 6 trails to make a 16 mile loop.
Would not recommend this trail any further north of I-70/Quebec bridges if you’re a runner. Numerous people doing drugs on the trail. Left over foils. Watch for needles. Not to mention the excessive amount of trash in this area. Pretty sad and disappointing.
This is an excellent trail to use for your bike rides! Easy to navigate, safe away from all traffic & plenty of rolling hills to enjoy.
We rode this trail as Stage 3 of our Tour de Great Plains and Colorado. Started at the “Big Easy” Trailhead and went west four miles - it’s only open four miles. The pavement is in good shape and about 10 feet wide. The trail is uphill going west and a nice downhill ride back east. There are nice restrooms at the trailhead and plenty of paved parking. This is a beautiful trail and not very crowded. When all segments (65 miles) are completed this will be one of the best trails in the US.
The terrain it’s in great conditions. Nice up and down hills.
Not a trail for gravel bikes. Rugged and rutty from the Sugarloaf Rd. Trailhead. Mountain bikes can handle it but double track with plenty of ATV traffic.
Mostly flat, interesting people, art, and in the heart of the city. Highly recommend.
We started in Golden and rode to the South Platte and into Downtown Denver The water is high enough to force a few underpass closures but it was beautiful the entire way. The trail passes through several municipalities and has really been improving over the years. It’s challenging to retrofit a trail around private property and buildings that have been in place for so long but they are doing a great job giving everyone a beautiful place to enjoy
I typically take High Line connecting to C-470 Bikeway onto Mary Carter Greenway from Redstone Park.
Work along C-470 Bikeway has a lot of detours, routing around McLellen Reservoir. I take High Line to county line trail through Mineral, then crossing Sante Fe connecting to Mary Carter Greenway behind Aspen Grove at the South Platte Nature Center.
The northwest end of the High Line takes you around Dekoevend Park, a very scenic ride with tree canopy in some areas.
This trail has a lot of great potential, but it’s implementation and maintenance is lacking. There are multiple areas that add to the length and completely unnecessary, such as around Kippling Street. That section is just terrible. It takes you through a parking lot and doesn’t even give you priority and is very dangerous when there’s cars parked around you and people are pulling in and out of the recreation center. Hopefully a bridge is constructed soon. The trail was also littered with debris and construction material. I was afraid I was going to pop my tired. No signage either so good luck if you’ve never used the trail before, I had to stop multiple times to check directions.
No reviews or pictures since 2021??
Rode the northern end of this trail from the 17th and Laredo area. Such a disappointment. Lots of broken glass as well as many homeless camps. Also quite a few stops to cross busy streets.
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