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Pikes Peak Greenway Trail

 2.0 (2)

11.0 Miles 17.6 Kilometers


Paved Path

49' 15 m

Ascent

-433' -132 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (0°)

3%

Max Grade (2°)

6,196' 1,889 m

High

5,812' 1,772 m

Low

Shared By Allen Tanner

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A commuting path running through Colorado Springs, connecting to the New Santa Fe Regional Trail.

Allen Tanner

Dogs Unknown

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Family Friendly Easy riding, wide paths.

Description

The Pikes Peak Greenway Trail runs north-south through Colorado Springs, connecting to the New Santa Fe Regional Trail in the north and the Fountain Creek Regional Trail in the south. Several other trails feed into Pike's Peak Greenway Trail: Bear Creek Trail, Mesa Springs Greenway, Midland Trail, Sinton Trail and Templeton Gap Trail.

Running parallel to Monument and Fountain Creek along it's length, the trail is a mix of paved path, gravel and dirt path. It is popular with casual riders, commuters, runners, and walkers. Multiple access points exist along the 11-mile stretch.

Multiple parks are also accessible from the trail: Monument Valley Park, Boddington Park and the Gossage Youth Sports Complex, America the Beautiful Park and others.

Contacts

Land Manager: City of Colorado Springs

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Apr 9, 2017
M. Williams
From Rock Island Trail, south to America the Beautiful park along the concrete/hardpack. Return north via the riverbed trail.

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