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Park Planning & Development

Poudre Trail at I-25#

The Poudre Trail at I-25 connection will add 1 ¾ miles to the existing 12 miles of trail within Fort Collins. Work being completed by the City of Fort Collins includes three segments of the trail:

  • East of the proposed I-25 underpass through the Arapaho Bend Natural Area connecting to the Town of Timnath's trail system.  
  • West of the proposed I-25 underpass to the existing trail at Arapaho Bend Natural Area. This will include construction of a new trailhead parking lot on Strauss Cabin Road.
  • West of Rigden Reservoir, continuing north of the railroad tracks, connecting to the existing trail at CSU’s Environmental Learning Center.
Preliminary Design Complete
Final Design Complete
Trail Construction Begins
Trail Opening

In the News#

North Forty News: $2 Million GOCO Connect Initiative Grant Awarded to Larimer County, Fort Collins, Windsor and Timnath for Poudre River Regional Trail

A $2,000,000 Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Connect Initiative grant will fill three trail gaps of the Poudre River Regional Trail from Fort Collins to Windsor.

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Poudre River Trail nears completion, thanks to community partnerships and agency collaborations

It’s taken almost 40 years, but the Poudre River Trail Corridor is nearing completion.

As part of the larger concept to connect northwest Fort Collins to Greeley, the nationally recognized bicycle and pedestrian corridor will encompass 44 contiguous miles by the end of 2023, according to the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Regional Active Transportation Plan covering Northern Colorado.

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