Meadowlark Trail

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No more riding on the road!

The 2.7-mile, multi-use Meadowlark Trail opened on March 10, 2011.  This trail extends from the Coalton Trail at its south end to the Mayhoffer-Singletree Trail at the north end. This trail extension completes the Dirty Bismark Loop that includes the City of Boulder's Greenbelt Plateau, and Community Ditch and Cowdrey Draw trails that now connect to the Town of Superior and Boulder County trails. The project area includes the former route of the Morgul-Bismarck Loop of the Coors International Bicycle Classic from the 1980s. This new trail also provides a highly anticipated link to the City of Boulder's Marshall-Mesa trails, and the county's Rock Creek and Coal Creek trail systems.

Yeah, this trail is 8' wide crusher fines, but it gets you off of McCaslin Drive!  'Nuf said.

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Meadowlark Trail Click on image to enlarge
Meadowlark Trail Click on image to enlarge

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2.8 mi.
190 ft.
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