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Boulder to Denver Bikeway

Finally, the dream has become a reality. The Boulder to Denver Bikeway, also known as the US 36 Bikeway will connect two of America’s greatest bicycle towns allowing for both recreational and bike commuter access. This Colorado bike trail will provide access to communities including Denver, Westminster, Broomfield, Louisville, Superior and Boulder.

The first phase of the bike path will run from Louisville, CO to Denver and is scheduled to open in 2015. The second phase will run from Boulder, CO to Louisville and is scheduled to be finished in early 2016. The entire trail will consist of a 12 foot wide cement surface.

Other Trails Near the Boulder to Denver Bikeway

Dirty Bismarck Loop Trail

Louisville Loop Trail

Coal Creek Anthem Double Loop Trail

Trail Map

This map shows just the Louisville to Boulder portion of the US 36 Bikeway. For the rest of the route, visit the US 36 Bikeway (link above) page on Trailsnet.com.

Photos

Suggested Lodging

Hotels are located throughout the length of the trail with the two midpoint communities being Louisville and Broomfield. Three great hotels are located just off the trail in Louisville, CO. Booking.com Booking.com

Suggested Dining

Currently, the best dining options near the trail are in Louisville and Superior. These include Outback Steakhouse, McDonalds, 3 Margaritas and Noodles in Louisville. Superior offers Old Chicago, Wendy's and Panda Express. Feel free to add more dining options by contacting the website administrator.

Suggested Bike Rental / Repair

Louisville Cyclery in Louisville

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