Cherry Creek Trail (North) is a hiking and biking trail in Denver, Colorado. It is within Garland South Greenbelt Park and David T. Garland Sr. Park. It is 1.1 miles long and begins at 5,405 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 122 feet. Near the trailhead there are parkings and bicycle parking. Along the trail there are a wood, a wetland, street lamps, benches, and a picnic site.
Cherry Creek Trail (North) Professional Reviews and Guides
"The Cherry Creek North shopping and dining area has long been associated with wealth, and it is no accident that it is easy walking distance from one of Denver’s toniest neighborhoods, the Country Club Historic District adjacent to the exclusive Denver Country Club. This walk could—and maybe should—be broken into two separate walks with a long lunch in the middle. Start with window-shopping just a portion of this 16-block district of hundreds of boutiques, restaurants, and galleries before choosing a place for lunch. Then cross over to see a 1920s castle and other grand homes in the Denver Country Club neighborhood and return for some more serious shopping, another nibble at a café, or it might be time for a drink by then."
--Mindy Sink, Walking Denver (Wilderness Press).
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