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Dates: 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2017
City / State: Aurora, CO
Event Name: Cherry Creek State Park Bike
Event Type: Year Round Bike
Event ID: 106845 2017/Y2054
Distance - Trail Ratings: 27K - 2A
Description: Park is home to wildlife including coyotes and rattlesnakes. Cacti grow in grasslands. Please stay on the paved trail. Also effects of sun and altitude may be experienced. Please use sun protection. Trail is rate 2 because of altitude. It is primarily on paved multi-use recreational trails through the Cherry Creek State Park.
Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: medium | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
Start Times: Varies
Location: Radisson Hotel
Start Point / Driving Directions: 3185 S. Vaugn Way (I-225 & Parker Rd), Aurora, CO 80014. (303)695-1700. Exit to hotel not apparent; must exit Parker to Vaughn Way/Dam Rd. Traveling NW on Parker, exit after Hampden. End of exit, take right at light; hotel entrance on left approx, 100 yards. Traveling SE on Parker, pass hotel on left before coming to Vaughn Way/Dam exit. Exit loops back direction you came; at light take right, continue under Parker overpass, hotel on left. (If you end up on dam embankment road, you missed the turn.) Traveling I-225, exit Parker (S) take Vaughn Way/Dam exit. Hotel adjacent to I-225, but no exit from I-225 directly to hotel.
Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
Comments: Park is home to wildlife including coyotes and rattlesnakes. Cacti grow in grasslands. Please stay on the paved trail. Also effects of sun and altitude may be experienced. Please use sun protection.
Trail is rate 2 because of altitude. It is primarily on paved multi-use recreational trails through the Cherry Creek State Park. The trail goes through grasslands, a wooded area, and a swim beach along the reservoir. The majority of the trail is in grassland area with little shade so sun protection is recommended. The Park is home to Colorado wildlife including coyotes, foxes, and white-tailed mule deer. The trail has beautiful views of the reservoir, Denver Tech Center and the Rocky Mountains.
Host Club: Rocky Mountain Wanderers
Contact: Rhonda Bershok (720) 318-1867
Website: rockymountainwanderers.org
E-Mail Contact: bershok@hotmail.com