Colorado State Highway 1 is a state highway of the U.S. state of Colorado. Approximately 10 miles long, it is located in northeastern Larimer County and runs between U.S. Highway 287/ Colorado State Highway 14 just north of the city line of Fort Collins northeast to Interstate 25 at Wellington. The road passes through an area of the Colorado Piedmont between Fort Collins and Wellington, furnishes the principal road connection between those two communities. It passes through a relatively suburban area north of Fort Collins along the east side of Terry Lake, where it is called Terry Lake Drive. Going northward, passes south of Waverly and south of the towers of WWV, which are visible from the road. In Wellington, it becomes Cleveland Avenue, the main thoroughfare through town. Although the area along the road has traditionally been agricultural, it has been the site of rapid housing growth in recent years, particularly near Wellington. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 1"
Colorado State Highway 125 is a state highway of Colorado in the United States. The highway runs north-south through Jackson and Grand counties in north central Colorado. It furnishes the principal north-south link through North Park and a connection to Middle Park over Willow Creek Pass. It is two-lane along its entire route. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 125"
Colorado State Highway 14 is an east-west state highway of Colorado in the United States. One of the longest state highways in Colorado, it traverses four counties along the northern edge of the state, spanning a geography from the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains, and including North Park, the Poudre Canyon, and the Pawnee National Grassland. It provides the most direct route from Fort Collins westward via Cameron Pass to Walden and Steamboat Springs, and eastward across the plains to Sterling. The highway is two-lane along its entire route, except for portions near Fort Collins where it is coterminous with U.S. Highway 287, and east of Fort Collins near its interchange with Interstate 25. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 14"
Colorado State Highway 2 is a state highway of the U.S. state of Colorado. It runs for approximately 24 miles north-south entirely within the urbanized environment of the Denver Metropolitan Area. It is one of the major north-south thoroughfares of east Denver, where it is known as Colorado Boulevard. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 2"
Colorado State Highway 62 runs for 23 miles (37 km) between the towns of Placerville and Ridgway in the western part of the United States state of Colorado crossing over Dallas Divide. The entire route of Highway 62 is part of the San Juan Skyway Scenic Byway and follows the route of the Rio Grande Southern Railroad. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 62"
Colorado State Highway 7 is a state highway of the U.S. state of Colorado. Approximately 83 miles long, it is located in north-central portion of the state, traversing the mountains on the east of the continental divide south of Estes Park as well as portions of the Colorado Piedmont north Denver. The northwestern segment of the highway is part of the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway and furnishes one of the principal access routes to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. The highway is two-lanes along the entire route except for a portion north of Lafayette where it is concurrent with U.S. Highway 287. It is southeast portion it skirts the northern end of the Denver Metropolitan Area, providing an access route connecting Boulder, Lafayette and Brighton with Interstate 25. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 7"
Colorado State Highway 82 is a state highway of the U.S. state of Colorado. Approximately 85 mi (136 km) long, it provides the principal transportation artery of the Roaring Fork Valley on the Colorado Western Slope, running from Interstate 70 at Glenwood Springs southeast past Carbondale, Basalt and Aspen. Southeast of Aspen it climbs to 12,095 ft on a 6% grade at Independence Pass (open late May–October) before descending to meet U.S. Highway 24 south of Leadville in the Arkansas River valley. At its northwestern end it furnishes the principal vehicle access between most of Colorado and the Aspen/Snowmass resorts. Recently widened to four-lanes along the 50 mile (80 km) section between Glenwood Springs and Aspen, it is heavily used commuting route for day workers between bedroom communities in the lower valley and the resort community of Aspen. In addition to its termini at Interstate 70 and U.S. 24, at Carbondale it intersects Colorado State Highway 133, which furnishes a route over McClure Pass to the North Fork Valley near Paonia. The highway roughly follows the Roaring Fork River along its entire route, offering scenic views of Mount Sopris in the lower end of the valley. The Roaring Fork Transit Authority provides well-used public transportation along the highway between Glenwood Springs and Aspen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 82" Things Go Better with shortopedia.
Colorado State Highway 96 is a highway in eastern Colorado. Its eastern terminus is at the Kansas state line east of Towner where it continues as Kansas State Highway 96; its western terminus is at Colorado State Highway 69 at Westcliffe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado State Highway 96"
This is a list of Colorado State Highways. They are typically abbreviated SH. The numbered highways begin at 1 and increase, with exception of numbers already designated as U.S. highways or Interstate Highways with the state. As a consequence, there are no state highways in Colorado designated as 6, 24, 25, 34, 36, 40, 50, 70, 76, 84, 85, 87, or 400. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Colorado State Highways"
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