Colorado Front Range Trail – Douglas County Portion

NOTICE:  Due to the I-25 widening project, the Colorado Front Range Trail will be closed at I-25 going south until the highway overpass is completed.   There will be no access through the Town of Larkspur.  Trail users coming north from Greenland Open Space will not be able to access the trail north of the Frink Creamery trailhead on the south end of Larkspur.  A picnic shelter for access by trail users will also be constructed in 2019 on the Huntsville (Martinez) side.

The trail is open from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset.

Trail Rating:
Moderately easy;  with a few moderate areas have noticeable grade changes.

Trail Length: 
8.5 miles, alongside and across East Plum Creek.

Trail Surface:
The trial is an all-natural surface except for the cement bridge decks.

Wildlife:
Please respect the wildlife on/around the trail which includes elk, bear, mountain lions, and many other wildlife species that call this land home.

Amenities:
There is non-potable water and port-o-lets at the Columbine and Greenland trailheads.

Uses:
Bicyclists, hikers, and horseback riders. Dogs must be on-leash.