With over 150 miles of multi-use trails within Westminster, there's no shortage of outdoor opportunities. There are 50 individual trails within the system, composed of concrete, gravel, natural, and multi-surface materials. There are 5 regional trails, which are great for commuting and recreational use. The regional trails are Big Dry Creek Trail (Westminster's National Recreation Trail), Farmers' High Line Canal Trail, Little Dry Creek Trail, Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail, and the U.S. 36 Bikeway. These trails have been established along ditches and canals that were preserved as wildlife corridors, but they also provide access for trail users to observe a little bit of peace and serenity in an ever-growing metropolitan area. 

With an increase in population, the trails will see increased traffic. Make sure you know how to share the trails, by viewing our Trail Etiquette Guide

View the Interactive Map or view the PDF Version

To inquire about our other unique trails or if you have any questions/comments/concerns regarding the trails, please contact Hans Reichgelt at hreichge@cityofwestminster.us or 303-658-2124