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Pedaling the Poudre: Bike Tour Sign Up

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Larimer County/Fort Collins: Begin at Watson Lake in Bellvue and finish in downtown Fort Collins – approximately 6 miles.  Points of interest: the Bellvue Hydraulic laboratory and the diversion point of the Jackson ditch, the Taylor Gill ditch, the Arthur’s (City) ditch, water augmentation storage ponds, the recently removed Josh Ames ditch diversion, the modern Lake Canal headworks, and the Coy ditch, white water structures, and original Fort Collins power plant.

Weld County/Windsor/Greeley: Begin either at River Bluffs open space or Weld CR 13 and finish in western Greeley - approximately 13 mi.  Points of interest:  Kaplan-Hoover Bison Bone Bed, Frank State Natural Area, Whitney and B.H. Eaton ditches, Eastman Park in Windsor, Jones Ditch, water augmentation storage ponds, Poudre Learning Center, and Greeley #3 (City) ditch.

Registration Options: If you are interested in setting up a private group tour, you can contact us here, or email programs@poudreheritage.org. Tour lengths can be shortened or lengthened to accommodate different ability levels. To sign up as an individual for a specific tour, or just to let us know you are interested in a future date, please select an option below. Bike rentals, carpooling, and other logistics can be adjusted as needed.

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