Although we attempt to keep the status of the trails updated for your convenience, sometimes closures happen quickly for safety concerns, and may not be updated on this page.
When you come upon barricades, please obey the detours. This can be an inconvenience but they are in place for your safety. Always be aware of the possibility of high water along the river and use caution when traveling along the trail at underpasses.
Reminder: The Poudre River and Spring Creek can flood the trails during a heavy rain. Please be aware of low areas and underpasses on the trails during a rain event. The Parks staff watches for any flooding and will post warnings and detours in areas of concern as soon as is possible, but individuals need to be aware and prepared to use alternate routes in case of flooding. Please obey the detours as they are in place for your safety.
Please Note: For a map of trail closures please visit the NoCo Trail Report.
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Poudre Trail view closure details
Posted 1/30: The Poudre Trail access to McMurray Natural Area will be closed starting on Tuesday, January 31st for construction related activities. The closure is expected to last 2 weeks and is weather dependent. Trail users are asked to detour to the Hickory Street Spur to gain access to the North side of the Poudre River and McMurray Natural Area.
The project start date changed to January 12 due to the recent snow.
Posted 1/6/2017: The Poudre Trail will be closed between Linden Street and Lincoln Avenue due to the Lincoln Avenue bridge replacement project starting January 9th, 2017, and lasting through mid-Summer. Trail users will be detoured along Linden Street, Buckingham Avenue, and 1st Street. A temporary trail access will be used on the south side of Lincoln Avenue. Please follow the posted detour route, and be careful when in the vicinity of Lincoln Avenue due to heavy equipment and construction activity.
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Please note that walks/runs will occur on various sections of the trails throughout the year. Please be cautious of large groups on the following dates:
To report problems along the trail system, contact Parks main office at 970-221-6660 or email cGFya3Nob3BAZmNnb3YuY29t.