Boulder Walks Program
Building a More Walkable Boulder
As a designated Gold-Level Walk Friendly Community, Boulder is a place where walking is both desirable and enjoyable. GO Boulder’s Boulder Walks program aims to celebrate and encourage walking as a travel choice for residents and employees. Why? Because walking not only supports whole-health outcome s, it also encourages a sense of connection to places and to people.
In partnership with Colorado-based Walk2Connect, Boulder Walks provides opportunities for neighbors to connect with one another and with where they live and gives community members an active way to engage in GO Boulder's pedestrian planning activities. By walking and working together, we invest in a more walkable city.
Walk 360 - Walk 26 miles all the way around Boulder over the next four Thursdays! Walk all 4 segments to get a Walk 360 sticker and prizes!
* Segment 1, February 8: Four Mile Creek Trailhead to Valmont Bike Park (5.5 miles)
* Segment 2, February 15: Valmont Bike Park to Table Mesa Shopping Center (7 miles)
* Segment 3, February 22: Lucky's Market to Chautauqua Dining Hall (6.5 miles)
* Segment 4, March 1: Chautauqua Park to Four Mile Creek Trailhead (5.5 miles)
Contact [email protected] for more information.
GO Boulder’s Boulder Walks program was initiated in summer 2013 as a part of the 2012-2014 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Update . In 2013 and 2014, Boulder Walks consisted of a series of walkabouts and walk audits with Boulder community members in neighborhoods across the city. In 2015, the program expanded to a series of community-based walks and walk audits. Check out the photo gallery from the 2014 walkabouts!
Partners and Contact Information
City of Boulder/GO Boulder
Amy Lewin, Senior Transportation Planner
Darcy Kitching, Boulder Program Coordinator
Jill Locantore, Policy and Program Director