Pikes Peak Greenway Temporary Closure and Detour




Update March 18, 2022:


A portion of the Trail has reopened for public use. Get ready to enjoy a smoother ride on a much improved section of the Pikes Peak Greenway Trail March 19! Opening earlier than anticipated, phase 1 of the Pikes Peak Greenway Trail improvement project is officially complete and reopen. Phase 1 runs from the overpass at I-25 and Rockrimmon Boulevard to Criterium Bicycles. A detour is still in place while work completes on the second and third phases, so please follow detour signage. The full project – which runs north to the confluence of Cottonwood Creek along Monument Creek, near Pikes Peak Indian Motorcycle – remains on track to be complete in May 2022. 


Note: Mark Dabling Blvd is an alternative unmarked detour. 

Update 10/25/2021:

Pikes Peak Greenway Trail is about to get some much needed TLC! Major construction project will remove and replace 1.25-miles of existing asphalt with concrete, plus the trail will be widened. Construction is expected to take place Oct 25 – April 2022.
Work will take place between the overpass at I-25 and Rockrimmon Boulevard (near Costco) and Cottonwood Creek Trail junction to the North (near Pikes Peak Indian Motorcycle). This section of the Pikes Peak Greenway will be closed throughout construction and users should use caution in this area and follow posted detour signs. The designated detour route utilizes Corporate Drive and the western sidewalk along N Nevada Avenue.
For more information, visit ColoradoSprings.gov/PPGreenwayTrail, call (719) 426-6030 or email PPGreenwayTrail@gmail.com with questions.

Thanks Bike Colorado Springs for checking out the detour and helping ensure it is well marked. 

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