Denver Biking

Dated: 05/18/2017

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The Denver Metropolitan area includes the City and County of Denver as well as the surrounding suburbs, including: Thornton, Aurora, Centennial, Dakota Ridge, Ken Caryl, Littleton, Englewood, Lakewood, Arvada, Golden, Westminster and Broomfield.

This area of Colorado is located on the relatively flat prairie with wonderful views of the Rocky Mountains to the west. The elevation in this area is around 5000 feel above sea level with a slight rise in elevation as you go west. Visitors should take it easy for the first few days of your trip to acclimate to the thinner air. The area has a relatively mild climate and the trails often can be used year round. Caution should be taken when using overpasses or underpasses in the winter, as ice may be present.

Summer days are coming soon are you Looking for that perfect Colorado bike trail? well here is some info about a few in the metro area

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Sheryll White

As a Full Time real estate agent for the past 23 years, Sheryll has helped hundreds of home owners in Colorado buy and sell their homes. Sheryll's easy going, no pressure style and her in depth knowl....

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