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Old 06-20-11, 12:33 PM
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TrailsDenver.com

Anyone else notice trailsdenver.com is no longer available?

Anyone know of an alternative with extensive maps of trails in the area?

Edit: Here's all the maps from google: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?gl=us...4f888fc1c2f92f

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bikedenver.org has a lot of maps
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Originally Posted by mikeybikes
Anyone else notice trailsdenver.com is no longer available?

Anyone know of an alternative with extensive maps of trails in the area?

Edit: Here's all the maps from google: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?gl=us...4f888fc1c2f92f
199 GPS uploadable tracks covering over 1800 miles of front range trails are available at https://GeoBiking.Org

If you have a Garmin Oregon/Dakota/62/78/Montana or a DeLorme PN series GPS;
you can copy a map overlay onto the GPS.
Trail network is viewable in Google Earth, National Geographic Topo! or DeLorme Topo

I need to add new "RidgeLine" trail sections in Castle rock and find out extent of trail closure/blockage on E Boulder Trail. Lakewood Gulch trail sections are also being affected by light rail construction. Not allowed to ride dirt for another week or two (post surgery restriction).

Site is linked to by Bicycle Colorado in reference section.

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Old 06-30-11, 09:38 AM
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Originally Posted by mikeybikes
Anyone else notice trailsdenver.com is no longer available?

Anyone know of an alternative with extensive maps of trails in the area?

Edit: Here's all the maps from google: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?gl=us...4f888fc1c2f92f
There's always the Denver Bicycle Touring Club Front Range map. Not an on-line source but it does work without batteries and without the cost of a GPS/computer/datalink Available all around the Metro area...and it has been since 1975. Updated regularly too.
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Originally Posted by cyccommute
There's always the Denver Bicycle Touring Club Front Range map. Not an on-line source but it does work without batteries and without the cost of a GPS/computer/datalink Available all around the Metro area...and it has been since 1975. Updated regularly too.
I have that too from a few years ago.
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