Alderfer/Three Sisters Park

Thirty miles west of Denver in beautiful Evergreen, Colorado,  you can find natural trails pretty much anywhere you look. Alderfer/Three Sisters Park features a wide variety of trail lengths and difficulties, so there’s sure to be something for everyone. Total trail mileage within the park is 14.9 miles. Expect some rolling hills and elevation changes since you’re out in the …

Red Rocks Park

While natural trails close to Denver aren’t terribly easy to come by, Red Rocks Park is worth the trip if you’re looking for stunning scenery. Located half an hour west of downtown, Red Rocks Park features a 1.4-mile natural loop through a breathtaking environment that highlights the rock formations the park is named for. The trail can be surprisingly technical …

Highline Canal Trail

  Winding through the Denver metro area’s southern suburbs, the Highline Canal Trail stretches an impressive 71 miles from southwest of Littleton to the city of Aurora, near the airport.  This multi-use path is frequented by cyclists and runners alike and can be used as a commuting route. While much of the trail is concrete, some sections are also asphalt …

City Park

City Park is one of Denver’s oldest parks, and it enjoys a hallowed reputation as a beautiful haven in the middle of the busy city. With two multi-use paths of varying distances, runners, walkers, and cyclists have the option of both dirt and concrete paths. The park offers both real bathrooms and porta potties along the routes, so you’ll never …

Cherry Creek Trail

The popular Cherry Creek Trail is a multi-use concrete path following Cherry Creek through the city of Denver. The path can be picked up anywhere along Speer Road, and ample parking is generally available, although some street parking may be required.  The lit path is frequented by cyclists who use the route to commute across the city, but it’s available …

Washington Park

  Washington Park is one of the largest of the City of Denver’s many parks. The truly expansive landscape is nothing short of impressive. The park can be found in the beautiful Washington Park neighborhood just south of Downtown Denver and offers activities for everyone. With five multi-use paths of varying distances, there are plenty of opportunities to run, bike, …