Glenwood Canyon Bike Path, CO

US Forest Service

Glenwood Canyon Bike Path

The Glenwood Canyon Recreation Path runs between the Colorado River and I-70. Starting in Glenwood Springs and ending in Dotsero it offers a scenic break to travelers who want to stretch their legs. The...[more]




Travel I-70 west from Eagle for 30 3/4 miles to Glenwood Springs. Access in Glenwood Springs is available at Two Rivers Park. Take a left at the first set of lights off the interstate heading west on Sixth St, take another left on Devereaux Rd., pass over the interstate, and take a left into the park. Other access points within Glenwood Canyon are the No Name, Grizzly Creek, Bair Ranch and Hanging Lake rest areas and the Shoshone Power Plant interchange. To access the trailhead at Dotsero, travel west of Eagle on I-70 for 13 miles, take the Dotsero exit, make a right off the ramp and head west. Go straight thru the intersection with Colorado River Rd. and continue to head west for about 2 miles until you reach the trailhead.

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