Starting at the famous Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum, this east bound route features a small jaunt through Cheesman Park before finally terminating at Denver’s Skyline Park.  This route features a mix of sharrow marked roads, protected and standard bike lanes.

Distance (One Way) – 7.4 miles

Estimated Time (One Way) – 30-35 minutes

StartWings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, 7711 E Academy Blvd, Denver, CO 80230
 
Turn right onto E Acadamy Blvd
Turn left onto E 1st Ave
Continue straight onto Krameria St
Turn left onto E Severn Pl
Turn left onto Dahlia St
Turn right onto E 7th Ave and follow onto/E 7th Ave Pkwy
Turn right onto N Williams St heading north in Cheesman Park
Turn left onto E 12th Ave
Turn right onto Bannock St
Turn right toward W Colfax Ave through Civic Center Park
Turn left onto 15th St
Turn right onto Arapahoe St and walk your bicycle.
 
Destination: Skyline Park, 1600 Arapahoe St Denver, 
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