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The High Plains Trail travels down the west side of E-470 from Stephen D. Hogan Parkway to a point just south of Ireland Way on the Arapahoe County Line. As it heads south, trail passes on the edge of the Plains Conservation Center, several subdivisions as well as a shopping center and middle school. The trail was created as part of a road widening project.
The High Plains Trail is a wide concrete path and provides many miles on uninterrupted riding, thanks to three pedestrian underpasses at Hampden Avenue, Jewell Avenue and SR 30 (the crossing at Quincy Avenue is at-grade). Mile marking signage lets you know where you are along the trail.
Trail connections include the Piney Creek Trail south of Arapahoe Road, as well as to the multiuse trail on the south side of Stephen D. Hogan Parkway. Future connections include Triple Creek Trail. A pedestrian bridge is planned to deliver trail users safely across busy Parker Road, enabling access to the Cherry Creek Regional Trail in Parker.
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