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“Take this steep, curvy road all the way to the top for the best views of Boulder and the Rockies!”
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“A nice park for walking/running, playing with your children, frisbee, sledding or soccer.”
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“A great low-key hike across from Avery Brewing. Flat hike around a lake with gate access to the twin lake to extend you hike if you so desire. One lake is an off-leash dog open space, the other is strictly dog on leash space. ”
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“Great for kiddos, they have 2 playscapes, tennis courts, large green space, all right next to the creek. ”
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“Great place to stop quick as you drive into Boulder for some great views of Boulder and Rocky Mountains ”
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“Soccer fields, playgrounds, climbing wall, inline courts, basketball courts”
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“The creek path is a cool, green oasis following Boulder Creek from the mouth of Boulder Canyon east to the plains. Pedestrians and bicyclists share the path.”
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“Gregory Canyon (1.1 mi; 900 ft.) goes west past the junction of the Saddle Rock Trail, crosses a ridge with spectacular outcrops and views. It then climbs to a saddle and drops into a drainage to end at a dirt road leading up to Realization Point. Saddle Rock (1.3 mi; 1,400 ft.) branches south off the Gregory Canyon Trail, crosses a bridge and climbs to the junction of the upper end of Amphitheater Trail. Climbs steeply to Saddle Rock, a spectacular overlook worth a detour. The trail continues past Saddle Rock to end at E.M. Greenman Trail. Post-flood Update - Saddle Rock Trail now has a ladder: OSMP crews had to rebuild the trail in locations where floodwater removed large sections of earth. Department crews also installed a ladder in a steep, flood-damaged section of trail. Visitors need to exercise caution while on the ladder. OSMP also advises that visitors should not allow their dogs to attempt to negotiate the ladder. Bluebell-Baird (0.7 mi; 340 ft.) branches southeast off the Amphitheater Trail and climbs a ridge, then follows the ridge south past the Chautauqua and Bluebell Mesa Trails to end at the Bluebell Road just behind the Bluebell Shelter. Amphitheater (0.4 mi; 540 ft.) crosses a bridge and goes up a draw past the junction with Bluebell-Baird Trail. It then follows a draw steeply up past Gregory Amphitheater, a little bay in the rocks where you often see rock climbers. The trail ends at Saddle Rock Trail.”
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“Parkside Park. We're putting that sucker on here just because its name is so...literal.”
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“A great park for kids and the giant outdoor pool and waterside is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. ”
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“The hike up to Royal Arch in Boulder’s Chautauqua Park is a serious workout, but the beauty of Bluebell canyon and the view of Royal Arch make it worth the journey. It can be very crowded on the weekends, but the view is spectacular. ”
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“Valmont dog park is large, and many people there are very friendly. There are fountains on site, so even on a hot day, your pup will have a good time.”
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