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Lions, tigers and bears oh my! Our Park Hill corridor route navigates directly east bound, featuring minimal turns and rides past the Denver Zoo.  A mix of bike lanes and sharrow marked streets, this is one of our most popular low stress corridors.

Distance (One Way) – 5.7 miles

Estimated Time (One Way) – 25-30 minutes

Start23rd Ave & Oneida St, Denver, CO 80207, USA
 
Head west on E 23rd Ave toward Newport St
Turn left onto Race St
Turn right onto E 16th Ave
Turn left onto Cleveland Pl
Turn right onto 15th St
Turn right onto Arapahoe St Walk your bicycle
 
Destination: Skyline Park, 1600 Arapahoe St Denver, 
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