A comprehensive and detailed map of the major trail systems in the Denver, Colorado metro region, from Superior to Franktown and Commerce City to Chatfield Reservoir. More than 600 miles of trail are shown with the trails in red, connecting surface streets in blue, and dirt sections in brown. The map highlights the major trail systems in the area and also shows how trail systems can be linked together with a variety of surface streets. Surface streets shown are primarily streets with light traffic, a dedicated bike lane, a sidewalk, or all three. Most are well-traveled by cyclists. Not every trail in the metro region is shown here. The unpaved trails include the High Line Canal Trail, sections of the Sand Creek Trail, and several others in Douglas County and Highlands Ranch. Those shown are navigable on most road and hybrid bikes, especially if you are comfortable riding on loose surfaces. The unpaved surfaces are usually well-packed dirt or crusher fines and are navigable unless you are riding during or immediately after a rainstorm. The inclusion of these unpaved sections expands the scope of the map and the range of the typical urban cyclist. Additional supplemental maps that show even more detail, including maps for Chatfield Reservoir, Cherry Creek Reservoir, the Lakewood and Golden area, and the southern end of the Cherry Creek Trail, may be downloaded for free from the PDF Maps Store or from ColoradoBikeMaps.com
Price: $ 5.99 USD
Primary Category: Recreation
Secondary Categorization: Parks
Size: 10.5 MB
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