Boulder Ale Trail

The Boulder Ale Trail (The LoBo Trail), which connects Boulder and Longmont, showcases some of the most captivating plains geography in Boulder County. What we’re calling the “Boulder Ale Trail” is an unofficial extension of The LoBo Trail, beginning, ending, or pausing at nine of Boulder County’s best microbreweries that lie within easy walking distance of the trail. The trail connects to urban trail systems in Boulder and Longmont, passing by farmlands, open space, and rural subdivisions in-between. The trail is relatively flat, meandering north and south along the foothills, rather than climbing up into them. The trail is long, but easily walkable for mildly fit adults. You can also bike the whole trail, though some segments are dirt or cinder path, and thus not well suited for skinny road-bike tires; mountain bikes and commuter bikes will do fine. For maps and more information visit www.boulderaletrail.org/

Attraction Details

Attraction Type: Breweries & Distilleries

Season: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall

Before You Visit

Entrance Fee: $ 0.00
Pet Friendly: Yes
Kid Friendly: No
Senior Friendly: Yes
Fun Under $5: Yes
Has Picnic Area: Yes
Has Public Restroom: Yes

Contact

Longmont to Boulder, Colorado
www.boulderaletrail.org/

Categories: Activities,Breweries & Distilleries,Greenways, Parks & Open Space

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