S9: Teller Farm South to Dry Creek Connector: Teller Farm to Dry Creek 3mi View Trail Around Boulder – TAB in a larger map [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157634136104506″] More photos on Flickr Description Pedestrians may cross Arapahoe and climb over a gate into a cattle
S10: Dry Creek To South Boulder Road Connector: Dry Creek to South Boulder Road 1mi View Trail Around Boulder – TAB in a larger map Description The preferred route goes around the south side of Baseline Reservoir, on Open Space and Mountain Parks property.
S8: 75th & Lookout to Teller Farm South Trailhead Connector: 75th and Lookout to East Boulder Trail .75mi View Trail Around Boulder – TAB in a larger map Description From 75th and Lookout Rd, trail users can access the East Boulder Trail via well-used
S7: Coot Lake to 75th Street and Lookout Road Connector: IBM Connector .92mi View Trail Around Boulder – TAB in a larger map Description A connection from Tom Watson Park to the Cottontail Trail is planned for construction in 2012 or 2013, as part
S3: Eagle To Coot Lake Connector: Eagle Trail to 55th .89mi View Trail Around Boulder – TAB in a larger map Description Currently people can connect Eagle trailhead with the 55th Street trailhead via 55th, a dirt road not often traveled by cars, but
S3: Centennial Trailhead to Linden Avenue Connector: Goat Trail 900 ft View Trail Around Boulder – TAB in a larger map [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157629566274502″] More photos on Flickr Description The Goat Connector (named for old Mrs. Cunningham, who raise goats on the property and
Local trail advocates have proposed a Trail Around Boulder (TAB) which would measure 34 to 37 miles circling around the city using mostly it’s existing trail system on Open Space and Mountain Parks. The idea was given more attention as Councilwoman KC Becker started advocating for
Trail Around Boulder (TAB) Over the past year or so BATCO has been looking into a “Trail Around Boulder”, a marked multipurpose trail (with some restrictions on certain sections) consisting of existing trails which circumnavigate the city allowing visitors to explore further than the existing
With the shared vision of the Boulder Area Trails Coalition, City Councilwoman Becker, and Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks, there may soon be an over 30 mile loop made of trails circling the city of Boulder.