Maps of Boulder's Transportation System
This route-finding website helps you discover the best way to enjoy more than 300 miles of bike lanes, bike paths, bike routes, designated shoulders and paths. This tool will also estimate dollars saved by not driving, calories burned and elevation gains and losses.
B-360 Circle Boulder by Bicycle - Route Map
Outlines 24-mile (B-360) and 15-mile (B-180) loops that guide recreational cyclists along the City of Boulder's Greenways using Boulder's renowned network of trails and bike paths and routes. Call 303-441-3266.
Bike Links 36
Shows bike lanes and multi-use paths in Arvada, Boulder, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, Westminster, the City and County of Broomfield, and Boulder County. Free. Call 303-439-8526.
Boulder Area Trails Coalition (BATCO)
Shows all designated trails in Boulder County. To order, print out the BATCO Map Online Order Form and send it to BATCO. Area maps are available at local bike/outdoor shops and at the Map Gallery. Call 303-444-1406.
Boulder Mountain Parks and Nearby Open Space Trail Map
1997, Colorado Mountain Club, Boulder Group - includes only main hiking and climbing access trails. $5. Call 303-441-3266.
City of Boulder Greenways Map (1999)
A self-guided tour of Boulder's Greenways, showing points of interest and provided by the Flatirons Chapter Credit Unions. Call 303-441-3266.
Colorado Biking Maps
For more information about bicycling and walking in Colorado, please contact:
CDOT Bicycle & Pedestrian Program
4201 E. Arkansas Ave. DTD
Denver, CO 80222
University Bicycle Regulations and Map
Showing buildings, bikeways, bike paths, walkways, dismount zones, and bike rack locations on campus. Regulations and safety tips are also included. Call 303-492-2322.
Outlines more than 120 miles of hiking trails within the City of Boulder including bike paths. Available in sporting goods stores, local bike shops and at the GO Boulder office. Call 303-441-3266.