5 Fabulous Biking Trails in Denver

In Denver, it's easy to get around town on a bike thanks to a large network of easy-to-access trails. Many of the trails aren't far from luxury homes.
Thanks to a large network of easy-to-access trails, getting around on a bike in Denver is easy. Many trails aren’t far from beautiful homes and fantastic neighborhoods. Need help finding the perfect spot to live? Contact us.

Whether you are going green and looking to bike to work or a weekend warrior wanting  Nto enjoy the Colorado outdoors, there is a bike path in the metro Denver area to suit you. Biking is a great way to enjoy more of what Denver has to offer and an extensive network of trails throughout the city and surrounding area makes it easy to get on your bike and go.

Cherry Creek Bike Path

Starting at Confluence Park at the South Platte River, Cherry Creek Bike Path is the most well-known and well-used trails in the metro area. The path, which runs by both Cherry Creek Shopping Center and Downtown Denver, is popular for bike commuters. Heading east along the trail from Downtown, riders pass by Four Mile Historic Park and Cherry Creek State Recreation Area. The bike path is paved and runs for more than forty miles, ending near Franktown.  View Cherry Creek Homes for sale.

Greenway Trail

This paved, 30-mile trail runs from Confluence Park to Chatfield State Park. Connecting to other trails, like the Cherry Creek Bike Path and Bear Creak Trail, the Greenway Trail is the heart of the metro area bike path system. Many homes in downtown Denver and nearby, such as homes for sale in LoHi, aren’t far from the Greenway Trail.

C-470 Bike Path

Running from Chatfield State Park to the town of Golden, this paved path connects to many favorite bike trails in the area and runs right along the foothills of Denver, providing both city and mountain views.  Highlands Ranch homes for sale and Golden Homes for sale are near the C-470 bike path. Homes for sale in Lone Tree and Littleton houses for sale are also near parts of the trail.

Highline Canal Trail

Listed as a National Landmark Trail, the Highline Canal Trail runs for more than 60 miles. The trail winds through some of Denver’s most beloved and beautiful residential communities, all while giving stunning views of the Front Range mountains.  Greenwood Village homes for sale are near this trail. There are also Colorado Golf Course homes for sale near this trail.

Red Rocks Trail

If these city trails aren’t what you had in mind, head west and check out the trails at Red Rocks Amphitheater Park. The most popular is the 6 mile Red Rocks Trail, which challenges riders with hills and slick rock and rewards with amazing Colorado views. Take a look at Morrison homes for sale if this area is appealing to you.

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