The 2013 Poudre River Trail-athlon was a great success.
We had beatuiful weather for the event and a great turn-out.
A big Thank You to all the Volunteers and Sponsors that helped make the event possible.
The Poudre River Trail provides a great opportunity to enjoy nature with long stretches of the trail being far from roads and civilization. Because of this, to enjoy the trail you should come prepared!
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Things to Note:
The Poudre River Trail is 21 miles of a well maintained paved pathway for walking, cycling, running, roller-blading and more. The trail extends from Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley to Colorado Highway 392 in Windsor where it connects to the paved trail in Larimer County's River Bluff's Open Space. The trail is open to the public and includes informational signs that highlight many of the historical sites and educational opportunities to visit along our trail.
"Hi, my name is Penelope la Poudre, the Porcupine.
I am the Poudre River Trail Mascot."
The Poudre River Trail was built through a cooperative effort between the City of Greeley, the Town of Windsor and Weld County Colorado and with grants from Great Outdoors Colorado, Colorado State Trails and North Front Range MPO, with matching contributions from local foundations, individuals and businesses.
The trail is located about 50 miles North of Denver and 2.5 miles East of Interstate 25 just South and roughly parallel with Colorado Highway 392.