Aliases: South Boulder Creek Trail, Centennial Trail
From late May through mid-July, the stars of the show along this trail are – you guessed it – Bobolinks! This is one of the few reliable nesting sites for the species along the Colorado Front Range. A nice riparian walk along South Boulder Creek provides viewing of some water and forest birds and adjacent tallgrass prairie provides habitat for grassland birds. Also watch for foxes and coyotes in the fields.
Directions: From Denver: take US Hwy 36 toward Boulder and go north on CO 157/Foothills Pkwy. to Baseline Rd. Head east on Baseline Rd. for about a mile to the parking lot and trailhead on the south, just west of Cherryvale Rd.
Dates of Access: Open all year
Hours: Daylight hours
Restrictions: Please obey all rules and regulations.
Parking: Dirt parking area
Lodging: Hotels in Boulder
Handicapped Access: ADA accessible trail, it has a crusher fine surface and is ranked easy to moderate; paved trail parallels this trail for a short distance.
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