Featuring a midway venture into one of Denver’s most beautiful parks, the West Colfax corridor has a little elevation gain, but it’s the stunning views across Sloan’s Lake that will leave you breathless!  A mix of bike lanes, sharrow marked roads and multi use paths, this is perhaps the most scenic corridor of them all!

Distance (One Way) – 6.4 miles

Estimated Time (One Way) – 25-30 minutes

Start: W Colfax Ave & Pierce St, Lakewood, CO 80214

Head north on Pierce St
Turn right onto W 20th Ave
Cross over Sheridan St to enter Sloan’s Lake Park
Turn left and head north around the lake on the path
Exit left over Byron Pl and head north onto Tennyson St
Turn right onto W 26th Ave
Turn left onto Tennyson St
Turn right onto W 29th Ave
Turn left onto Zuni St
Turn right onto W 30th Ave
Turn right onto 16th St
Cross over Central St toward Highland Bridge
Stay on Highland Bridge toward S Platte River Trail
Sharp right onto S Platte River Trail
Turn left onto Cherry Creek Trail
Exit trail right onto Market St
Turn right onto 14th St
Turn left onto Lawrence St
Turn right onto 17th St
Turn right onto Arapahoe St
 
Destination: Skyline Park, 1600 Arapahoe St Denver, 
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