TRAILS AND BIKE ACCESS
It’s easy to experience downtown by foot or by bike, and we’re working continually to improve the pedestrian and bicycle experience so that is safe, accessible and well maintained.
Colorado Springs often ranks high as a bike-friendly city, and downtown’s trails and bike lanes contribute to that status. Bike lockers are available at $30 for six months in the city parking garage at the corner of Colorado and Nevada avenues. For more information, go here.
The WalkScore for Downtown Colorado Springs is an impressive 83, meaning most errands within downtown can be accomplished by foot.
Connection and access to downtown is provided by two major urban trails, the Pikes Peak Greenway Trail and Shooks Run Trail. These trails are popular among walkers, runners, and bicyclists. For maps and more information on those trails, click on the links provided.
Downtown Colorado Springs is an active participant in an unprecedented collaboration to provide a regional nonmotorized transportation plan. Your input and participation in the process is encouraged as we seek to improve and close the gaps on trails systems in the area. For more information, go here.