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The City of Arvada maintains 135 miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails throughout the parks and open space system.  Primary trails generally follow the natural drainage systems such as Ralston Creek, Van Bibber Creek, Leyden Creek and Little Dry Creek. The majority of trails are hard surfaced and are designed for a mix of cyclists, runners and walkers and offer routes from place to place throughout the City.  Always use the trails with courtesy and safety in mind.  Slower walkers and bikers should always keep right and faster riders should alert slower ones when they are passing.  Please keep horses in designated horseback riding areas. The City of Arvada is an active participant in a major state wide planning effort to create a regional trail system.  Arvada will continue to extend trails to neighboring communities, shopping centers, parks and schools for the enjoyment and safety of its residents. For a map of Arvada's parks and trails you may visit our website or you may submit a service request.  You may also call the Parks Department at 720-898-7410. Did you notice a trail in need of maintenance or would like to report a general problem? You may submit a service request and post your concerns, suggestions, or comments using the 'Make a Service Request' option below.   


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