Nestled along the scenic Boulder Creek, this popular recreation trail runs through downtown Boulder, from the bucolic Boulder Canyon to the edge of the Valmont Reservoir. Beginning as a dirt and gravel trail, the pathway is paved once it reaches the city. The Boulder Creek Path is a popular recreation destination that offers opportunities for walking, hiking, biking through downtown Boulder, community parks and the University of Colorado campus.
Open 24 hours.
Is there parking along the Boulder Creek Path?
Yes, the trail passes through several city parks where visitors can find free parking available. The trailhead begins at Eben G. Fine Park in downtown Boulder.
Do any other trails connect with the Boulder Creek Path?
Yes, the trailheads to the Goose Creek Greenway and the South Boulder Creek Path offer users a chance to explore more of Boulder and the surrounding natural areas.