The Broadmoor will grant to the City of Colorado Springs trail easements across three properties owned by the Broadmoor, located in proximity to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. What will be achieved?
Secure trail easements for the future development of the Chamberlain Trail and Cheyenne Mountain Heritage Trail. These easements will support key segments of the Chamberlain Trail that will provide a unique back country trail experience along the City’s foothills, ultimately connecting Cheyenne Mountain State Park, North Cheyenne Cañon, Stratton Open Space, Bear Creek Regional Park, Red Rock Canyon Open Space and Garden of the Gods Park. This alignment will also advance the future development of the Cheyenne Mountain Heritage Trail, envisioned to circumnavigate the base of Cheyenne Mountain. This trail will complement the Ring the Peak Trail, ultimately creating a unique “figure eight” of back country trail opportunities.
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Chamberlain Trail FAQs
Q: What is the timeline for construction of the Chamberlain Trail?
A: Additional easements are needed from other property owners. Some segments could be constructed in the next 12 months.
Q: What will the trail look like?
A: The trail will be a narrow, natural, soft surface back country trail.
Q: What types of trail users will be allowed on the trail?
A: The trail will be restricted to non-motorized use. Primary uses are expected to be hikers and mountain bikers.
Q: What will keep trail users on the trail and within the trail easements?
A: Much of the corridor along this route is very rugged. The trail will be built and well defined. The limits of the easement will be signed to inform trail users of private property.
Q: Are any segments of the Chamberlain Trail complete today?
A: Yes. The Chamberlain Trail exists across Stratton Open Space, a portion of North Cheyenne Cañon Park, Stratton Forest, Skyway, Bear Creek Regional Park and Red Rock Canyon Open Space.