Outdoor Rx is a way to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing. We hope you can use these resources in your own wellness journey and share this information with your family, friends, and co-workers.
The Northern Colorado Cycling Without Age chapter is actively providing rides on two trishaws, with more than 200 passengers in our first summer of service. The chapter is operated by the Poudre River Trail Corridor, Inc.
Learn more about the great transit and trail networks in Northern Colorado.
RideNoCo is a central hub to discover transportation options in the Northern Colorado region and beyond. Find the mobility option that’s right for you.
Live in a community where the focus on mobility includes walking/rolling.
Greeley Recreation has everything you and your family need to play, exercise and swim! They have five different facilities – the Greeley Recreation Center, Family FunPlex, Greeley Ice Haus, Greeley Active Adult Center and Rodarte Community Center.
Greeley offers a variety of options for cyclists. There are many bike trails, and roughly 85 miles of in-town bike lanes in the city. Greeley also hosts some bike friendly events on an annual basis: Bike to Work Day, Moonlight Rides, and more.
City of Greeley Natural Areas and Trails manages the city’s 2,000 acres of natural areas and over 30 miles.
Greeley’s natural areas are places where visitors can connect to nature in an up close and personal way. Spend the day on a bike touring the Poudre trail. Watch birds and deer along the river. Stroll through a quiet cottonwood forest with your best two or four-legged friends.
Enjoy Greeley’s natural areas and trails today—they are always in season.