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City of Colorado Springs / Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services / Parks, Trails & Open Space / Trails / Foothills Trail

Foothills Trail

City of Colorado Springs TOPS Program
Foothills Trail 1

This portion of the Foothills Trail was made possible through partnership and widespread community support:

  • The City of Colorado Springs TOPS Program

Length of the Foothills Trail: 2.7 Miles

Foothills Trail (north portion)
Foothills Trail (south portion)

Link improvements in the Foothills Trail:
31st Street to Blair Bridge
30th Street to Centennial
Flying W. to Northwest. Recreation Center

Foothills Trail Greenway connects to the following trails:
Sinton Trail
Palmer Mesa Trail
Rockrimmon Trail
Midland Trail (Proposed)
Woodmen Trail (Proposed)

Project Status: Completed
Phase I:
Completion of this missing segment of trail enables trail users safe passage under 31st Street at the north end of the Garden of the Gods Park.

Phase II: This project included drainage and accessibility improvements to the Foothills Trail along Flying W. Ranch Road. Three pedestrian crossings and 23 pedestrian ramps were constructed as part of this project.

Phase III:This segment of the Foothills Trail was completed in 2001. The project will greatly improve pedestrian access to the new Northwest Recreation Center at Wilson Ranch Park.