Boulder Creek Path,
There's so much to do and see along
the six-mile long Boulder Creek
Path that you may find yourself taking numerous "side trips" along the
way. Boulderites recommend starting at the Boulder Public Library at
10th and Arapahoe streets and continuing toward such attractions as the
Children's Fishing Pond, the Red Rocks/Settler's Park where you may be
tempted to take off your skates and take a climb up the almost vertical
red rocks, or the Whitewater Kayak Course where kayakers hit the rapids
of the Boulder Creek in late spring and early summer.
The Boulder Creek Path connects to
Boulder's superb network of paved paths, so once you are done with this
one there are plenty more to do. Plus, Boulder is one of the
coolest cities in America so you will find plenty of post-skating fun.