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

Shooks Run Trail

City of Colorado Springs TOPS Program
Shook Run Trail 1

This portion of the Shooks Run Trail is made possible through partnership and widespread community support:

  • The City of Colorado Springs TOPS Program
  • SCIP

Length of the Shooks Run Trail: 3 Miles

Shooks Run Trail Map (north portion)

Link improvements in the Shooks Run Trail:
Pikes Peak Ave to Pikes Peak Greenway
Pikes Peak Underpass

Shooks Run Trail connects to the following trails:
Pikes Peak Greenway
Rock Island Trail

Project Status: Under construction
The section from Pikes Peak Ave to the Pikes Peak Greenway encompasses planning and acquisition of land necessary to complete the southern end of the Shooks Run Trail. This difficult and complex segment of trail will provide a long awaited link, creating the "circle of trail" around downtown. This planning process is just getting underway and the design is nearly completed.

The extension of the Shooks Run Trail under Pikes Peak Ave is now complete. This project was accomplished in partnership with the proposed Shooks Run SCIP Project.