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Photos: Top ten most walkable Colorado cities

Colorado placed high on a recent list of the best states for cycling -- and everyone knows it's a great place for hiking. But which Colorado cities are the best for old-fashioned walking?

Walkscore.com has graded dozens of communities in these parts for their walkability -- meaning the ease by which the average person can do errands and the like using only their feet for transportation.

Look below to see the site's top ten, complete with photo-illustrations, maps and scores.

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10. Aurora* *Tied with Centennial, Louisville and Sherrelwood Number 9: Littleton Continue to keep counting down our list of Colorado's ten most walkable cities. Number 7 (tie): Northglenn Number 7 (tie): Golden Continue to keep counting down our list of Colorado's ten most walkable cities. Number 6: Lakewood Number 5: Durango Continue to keep counting down our list of Colorado's ten most walkable cities. Number 4: Wheat Ridge Number 3: Denver Continue to keep counting down our list of Colorado's ten most walkable cities. Number 2: Englewood Number 1: Boulder

More from our Lists & Weirdness archive circa September 2011: "Denver's five best city walks according to Walking Denver author Mindy Sink."

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