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Regional Paved Trails

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Larimer County works with municipal and transportation agencies and willing landowners to connect cities and towns with regional paved trails. These trails are used daily for recreation and transportation and in some cases receive more than 600,000 visitors annually. Regional paved trails are some of the most popular outdoor recreation amenities in Larimer County.

Regional paved trails are concrete, non-motorized, multi-use paths that connect parks, open spaces and natural areas with residential, commercial and civic areas. They may be designed for a variety of users including cyclists, walkers, equestrians and inline skaters.

Regional Paved Trails:

  • Enhance public safety by providing separate non-motorized transportation options
  • Increase cycling and walking by creating safe, fun and easy paths
  • Boost the economy by providing better access to employment centers
  • Improve public health by providing convenient, free, year-round recreation

Regional paved trails are a high priority for Larimer County Department of Natural Resources. The links below will direct you to specific paved trail projects throughout Larimer County. The department sets priorities for regional trails through the Open Lands Master Plan.

Regional Paved Trail Projects

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