Colorado Front Range Trail
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Colorado Front Range Trail (CFRT) project is a 876 mile long multipurpose trail connecting diverse communities, scenic landscapes, cultural and historic points, parks, open spaces and other attractions in between from Wyoming to New Mexico. This unique trail system when completed will connect 15 cities, 14 counties and many smaller towns and communities along its length.
Oxbow Design Collaborative provided Landscape Architecture and Civil Engineering services for 876 mile long segment of the trail along the South Platte River. Oxbow Design Collaborative worked with the City of Brighton Parks and Recreation to align a new trail from Willow Bay to Ken Mitchell Park while also adding trail extension north of Triangle Lake that will provide access to the historic Aichelmann house side. The prepared trail alignment and construction documents result to no-rise certificate and letter based on hydraulic modeling of flood plain.