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Cherry Creek Trail

2200 15th St (Confluence Park access point), Denver, CO 80202
+1 303-698-4903
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40+ miles of biking bliss

This bike path is really impressive. They've gone above and beyond to ensure cyclists don't have to... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2015
intlwanderlust
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Europe
Nice place to run to avoid stop lights

One of the issues I have when in large city downtowns is where to do my daily run. I hate having... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2015
iroamaround67801
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Dodge City, Kansas
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2200 15th St (Confluence Park access point), Denver, CO 80202
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

This bike path is really impressive. They've gone above and beyond to ensure cyclists don't have to cross over any busy roads. They've created tunnels and underpasses and even have mile markers so you know how far you've gone. I highly recommend started at Cherry...More

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Reviewed 27 August 2015

One of the issues I have when in large city downtowns is where to do my daily run. I hate having to stop every couple blocks for lights, so I was happy to have a path that went on for several miles. The scenery was...More

Thank iroamaround67801
Reviewed 25 August 2015

Cherry Creek runs through downtown Denver and was created for bikers, runners and walkers. The entire span is about 5 miles and ends up at the upscale mall on one side and old downtown on the other. Most of it features one path for bikers...More

Thank LGspartan
Reviewed 23 August 2015

This HAS to be one of the longest bike paths in the entire country. It starts in the Lower Downtown (LoDo) area of Denver and goes all of the way 25 miles SE to past Parker, CO, a very distant suburb. It is excellent for...More

Thank Christopher L
Reviewed 20 August 2015

This path, recommended to me by Runner's World as a great place to run in Denver, lived up to its expectations. No traffic to worry about!

Thank FrequentGuest444
Reviewed 18 August 2015

I enjoy riding on this bike path. It is a flat and easy ride and it is easy to access so many parts of the city.

Thank Elizabeth C
Reviewed 16 August 2015

My family and I like to walk near Confluence park and often see cyclists on the path. Our neighbor rides from downtown to the southeastern suburbs often. Beautiful parks, neighborhoods and a view of the mountains in the distance make the path truly lovely.

Thank njcronk
Reviewed 13 August 2015

I just moved into a house that has easy-access to the Cherry Creek bike path and I LOVE either riding my bike, walking my dog or taking a run! There a beautiful views and whatever kind of exercise you like, this path is great!

Thank Ashley M
Reviewed 6 August 2015

Long paved path through Denver metro area along waterways. Pick a stretch and explore on foot or bike, watch the wildlife, even find a place to eat. Nice green corridor in the urban landscape.

Thank CAnnaG
Reviewed 6 August 2015

This is a very popular path that runs from Confluence Park (right by the big REI store) on the South Platte out to Cherry Creek Reservoir. It runs just south of Downtown on the northwest end of the trail. A portion runs near downtown Cherry...More

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shardenn
How many miles long is the trail?
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Lisseth M
Can you rent bikes somewhere around there? I'll be visiting family so I won't have my own :-(
20 March 2015|
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Response from diver010Denver | Reviewed this property |
As mentioned in an earlier post, there are places to rent the red bikes near the Cherry Creek trail. I would go to the web site denver bcycle and check out the entire Denver bcycle program complete with maps of where all... More
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BeachLover1962
Is the path mostly flat? thanks.
10 February 2015|
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Response from AdventurousByNature | Reviewed this property |
The path slopes upwards gradually from north to south, with an elevation gain of several hundred feet over ten miles or so as it climbs out of the Platte River Valley. Riding northwards is an easier trip than going south... More
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