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Colorado Springs Bike Trails

Colorado Springs is one of the most bike-friendly cities. Whether you're looking for challenging, scenic trails to explore or simply want a healthy, fun way to commute through the community, you'll find plenty of options to explore! There are more than 100 miles of off-street trails winding through the natural beauty of Colorado Springs to go along with all of the bicycle boulevards and protected bike lanes along local roads. Our real estate agents have the details on some of the most popular bike routes to explore around Colorado Springs.

  • Cheyenne Mountain State Park – 410 JL Ranch Heights Rd., Colorado Springs, CO 80926
    Explore one of the most beautiful parks near Colorado Springs homes for sale when you traverse the trails at Cheyenne Mountain State Park. There are 21 trails here totaling over 27 miles in length, with almost every trail open to bicycle riders. Of the 19 trails that are open to bikes, most are rated from intermediate to moderate, with lengths ranging from .5 to 3.5 miles and tons of natural scenery to enjoy. These trails are excellent if you like to spot wildlife while you ride, with everything from prairie dogs to red-tailed hawks and black bears calling the park home.

  • Palmer Park – 3344-3376 Paseo Rd., Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    With more than 25 miles of trails of varying difficulties that offer something for all ages, the trail system at Palmer Park is an excellent choice when you're in the mood for a family bike ride. The trails here range from easy to moderate, with enough elevation changes to keep the attention of more experienced riders and enough flat trails to be accessible for beginners. Whatever trail you choose, you'll be treated to some outstanding views of Pike's Peak and downtown Colorado Springs.

  • Ute Valley Park – 1705 Vindicator Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80919
    Start at the trailhead on Vindicator Drive to explore the extensive, connected trail system at Ute Valley Park. You'll find trails ranging from beginner to advanced, including some fast downhill trails and interesting obstacles to navigate. If you're building up to take on some of the more challenging trails around Colorado Springs, the trials at Ute Valley Park are perfect for training.

  • Garden of the Gods Park – 1805 N. 30th St., Colorado Springs, CO 80904
    New to the area or just getting started with mountain biking? The Ute Trail at Garden of the Gods Park is ideal for training and getting acclimated to the elevation while still offering the stunning scenery that Colorado Springs bike riders love. The trail is rated for beginners, lasts for about 5 miles, and features some amazing natural rock formations that are sure to have you stopping to capture some fantastic nature photos during your ride.

  • Rampart Reservoir Trail – Rampart Range Rd., Colorado Springs, CO 80921
    Located on Rampart Range Road, about 2.5 miles past the sign for Eagle Creek, you'll find the trailhead for the Rampart Reservoir Trail. This 14-mile trail is rated as intermediate, though it's quite inviting for all experience levels, as the most technical sections can be avoided by taking alternate routes if needed. The Rampart Reservoir Trail is one of the most popular in Colorado thanks to its fast pace, stunning scenery, ideal length, and accessibility.

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