Longmont-to-Boulder Regional Trail
LoBo Trail

Longmont-to-Boulder (LoBo) Regional Trail

The Longmont-to-Boulder (LoBo) Regional Trail is a 12-mile trail system that runs through Gunbarrel, Niwot, and open space properties connecting the City of Boulder with the City of Longmont.

Trails
LoBo TrailHiking Allowed Dogs Allowed Bikes Allowed Horses Allowed
~12 miles – Easy

Class 1 and 2 e-bikes are allowed during the e-bike pilot period.

Parking

  • Cottonwood Trailhead (City of Boulder)
  • Lefthand Creek Park (City of Longmont)
  • Lefthand Valley Grange
  • Monarch Trailhead
  • Niwot Trailhead
  • Twin Lakes Trailhead

Restrooms

  • Temporary facility at Niwot Trailhead

E-bikes

E-bikes are allowed on the LoBo Trail during the pilot period except on the Cottonwood and Cotton Tail Trails. Learn more →

Keep in Mind

  • Unauthorized motor vehicles are prohibited including scooters and mopeds.
  • Regional trails and regional trail connectors are open to commuters 24 hours per day.
  • Stay on the designated trail as private property borders the trail in several places.
  • There are several areas where you need to use on-street connections.

History

See the list of completed trails sections, current and future projects on the LoBo Regional Trail Project Page.

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Parks are open sunrise to sunset

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