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Colorado Front Range Trail
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Colorado Front Range Trail

Colorado Front Range Trail

Page Type: Area/Bike Park

Location: Colorado, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 39.30030°N / 104.76562°W

Trail Type: Cross Country

Season: Summer


Page By: jeremyhakes

Created/Edited: May 2, 2008 / Jul 9, 2008

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A lot of this will be cut and pasted from the CFRT homepage, because I haven't ridden the trail yet, but it is good info.

Colorado Front Range Trail

Colorado Front Range Trail
In 2003, Colorado State Parks, with the support of the citizens of Colorado, many communities and stakeholders, initiated the Colorado Front Range Trail project (CFRT).

The vision of this trail is to create a multi-purpose trail from Wyoming to New Mexico, along the Front Range of Colorado. The 876-mile trail will link diverse communities, scenic landscapes, cultural and historic points, parks, open space and other attractions.

The CFRT is a unique legacy that will enrich Colorado’s tourism and recreation resources, as well as our heritage and health.

When complete, the trail will connect 15 cities, 14 counties and many smaller towns and communities along its length. To date, over 270 miles of the CFRT have been finished – one-third of the corridor.

Colorado State Parks is working with over 500 stakeholders that include local communities, state and federal agencies, non-profit organizations, recreation retailers and the tourism community to continue the collaborative efforts that are necessary to complete the vision for the CFRT.

Getting There

Best way to figure out which section you want to ride is by visiting the CFRT Map page (see below).

Red Tape

The trail isn't complete, but is in progress. The best resource for more info is the homepage, especially as the update progress and maps.

External Links

CFRT Homepage.

North Section.

Middle Section.

South Section.


Camping is available in the Colorado State Parks, and in National Forest and BLM lands.


FRT info panel