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Grange Hall Creek Trail

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 2.7 (3)

This section of the Grange Hall Creek Trail runs through parts of Northglenn and Thornton Colorado.


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4.7

Miles

7.6

KM

Point to Point

5,350' 1,631 m

High

5,110' 1,557 m

Low

7' 2 m

Up

247' 75 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

4%

Max Grade (3°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · Lake · River/Creek · Wildlife

Family Friendly Lots of activities available along the route that kids would enjoy. Pick a section and take the kids out for an hour or the whole day.

Open year round 5 am - 10 pm. Times on some sections may differ depending on local park rules.

Description

The Grange Hall Creek Trail is paved concrete and maintained throughout the year.

It winds it's way for about 5 miles running from Loma Linda Park in the west, through Lambertson Lakes Park and Open Space, into Northglenn's Jaycee Park and Happy Tails Dog Park, the Fox Run Nature Area, Margaret Carpenter Park, Grange Creek Park and the Riverdale Open Space area in the east.

This trail has much to see and do along it's length and many loops, spin offs, and extensions available to take you in new directions.

Flora & Fauna

Prairie dogs, rabbits, coyotes, and foxes all live along this trail. Fishing is available, with a Colorado Fishing license, at many of the lakes during the summer.

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Rob M.

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  2.7 from 3 votes

#3

in Thornton

#35563

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#3

in Thornton

#2,681

in Colorado

#35,563

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Trail goes under the railroad tracks. Yes, here it is back to being called "Grange Hall Creek Trail."
Feb 6, 2016 near Northglenn, CO
The first sign showing how to get to trail, not far from parking lot, just after crossing the street.
Feb 6, 2016 near Northglenn, CO
The second sign that will put you on the trail. Not sure why the trail changes names.
Feb 6, 2016 near Northglenn, CO

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