Cherry Creek Trail is a 11.2 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Denver, Colorado that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Explore a whole new Denver as you discover hidden parks, ritzy malls, swanky country clubs & a beautiful creekside path. If you haven't seen Denver from the Cherry Creek Trail, you haven't seen Denver. Starting at Confluence Park, on the Platte River Trail, this path slices through the heart of Denver and rambles all the way to Cherry Creek Lake/Reservoir. Along the way, it passes numerous attractions including: - Cherry Creek Mall - Four Mile Historic Park - Denver Sister City Parks - Denver Country Club - Cherry Creek Country Club You will enjoy this trail all by itself or you can ride it as part of the 42 mile Northeast Denver Loop Trail or the Southeast Denver Loop Trail. This trail is one of many beautiful Denver Trails that highlight the charms of the city and introduces you to the distinctive suburbs. It is a cement trail for smooth riding and provides numerous exits to allow access to the city and the many parks that it bisects. Don't fret if you don't have a bike. You can rent one from many locations in Denver.
Very easy and busy sidewalk trail weaves in and out of parks throughout cherry creek. Lands between my house and job so often times I use it. Perfect little walk. Clean and well maintained.
Great trail. Well maintained and good for biking
Easy in most stretches!
I rode my bike about 3 miles down this trail. There is some good and some bad. The good - plenty of street art to look at and take pictures and the luxury of having the creek run through the trail is amazing. From time to time you will see fly fishing and kayaking. The bad - plenty of bombs/homeless walking on the adjacent side of the trail closer to downtown Denver, but fades away as you get closer to Chery Creek, CO. Very high traffic of bikers and joggers and simply people in the way. I would only recommend biking on this trail although there are plenty of runners as well.