Boulder Creek Path

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  • Address: Boulder, CO 80302, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-3034137200
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Trail, Biking Trail, Walking Area, Family And Kids

Popularly referred by natives as Boulder Bike Path, this 5.5 miles long trail runs from Boulder Canyon in the west to Stazio Ballfields in the east. It is a popular attraction among bicyclists and joggers who flocks to this place everyday thanks to its upbeat condition and rugged surrounding. The best thing about this trails is that it caters to all kinds of travellers. Visitors seeking peace can explore the eastern side of the trails while the western end is perfect for visitors who want to socialize and enjoy. Apart from these, the trail offers great access to various places of the city including parks, shopping areas, museums and such.

  • Leashed dogs are allowed.

  • Accessible from March to October.

  • Bus Station: Canyon Blvd & 11th St

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  • Boulder Creek Path Address: Boulder, CO 80302, USA, United States
  • Boulder Creek Path Contact Number: +1-3034137200
  • Boulder Creek Path Timing: 24-hrs
  • Boulder Creek Path Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Boulder Creek Path: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Boulder include Boulder Creek Path in their plan

  • 53.33% of people start their Boulder Creek Path visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Boulder Creek Path

Monday, Friday and Saturday

92.73% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Boulder Creek Path

People normally club together University Of Colorado Boulder and Chautauqua while planning their visit to Boulder Creek Path.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • This path was pretty good, they have a lane for bikers and a side lane for walkers but walkers can use bike path too but be careful not to hit someone coming from behind you. This place could use some bathrooms or portapotty but I guess the homeless would never leave. The boulder public library is very close so you can use one there. I originally was looking for a different path but decided to try this one out. They have Christmas lights at night and the sunset there isn't half bad. Theres lots of white water and rocks to sit on when you need a break. Very soothing and the water was freezing.

  • This place was great, nice and peaceful. Plenty of shade and neat spots to enjoy.

  • Have not walked it entirely, but in the sections I've walked, not even one dug out potty.. When did exiting waste from a body not qualify as necessary and something that is an issue addressed by the county, city, and park offices through infrastructure changes and policy inclusion BECAUSE, YES, YOU HAVE HOMELESS PEOPLE HERE. Operative word is "people" and people poop. You best learn acceptance of this.

  • Great for cyclists and runners, lovely shady paths and the sound of the creek is very relaxing. A couple of the water fountains were running cloudy but others perfectly alright (and all free so really can't grumble too much!). I rode in from Heatherwood on a sunny morning and as a tourist from a drive-on-the-left country it felt like a very safe, calm route into the city centre – would def recommend!

  • Walking this path was really nice and serene.

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