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The Ten Least Walkable Cities in Colorado

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Earlier this month, we posted about the ten most walkable Denver neighborhoods according to Walkscore.com.

Now we're going from micro to macro by looking at cities across the entire state — many of which aren't very walkable at all.

Below, see the ten Colorado cities with the site's lowest walking scores, many of them on the Front Range.

As an example of how pedestrian-unfriendly they are, Walkscore doesn't give any of them a score for either transit or biking.

If you live there, sure hope you have access to a car, or know someone else who does.

Continue to count down the bottom ten Colorado cities in terms of walkability, featuring Walkscore graphics and data.

Number 10: Dakota Ridge

Walk Score: 25

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 32,005

Number 9: Evans

Walk Score: 22

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 18,537

Number 8: Parker

Walk Score: 21

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 45,297

Number 7: Security-Widefield

Walk Score: 21

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 32,882

Number 6: Windsor

Walk Score: 20

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 18,644

Continue to keep counting down the least walkable cities in Colorado.


Number 5: Clifton

Walk Score: 14

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 19,889

Number 4: Fountain

Walk Score: 12

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 25,846

Number 3: Castle Rock

Walk Score: 10

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 48,231

Number 2: Erie

Walk Score: 9

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 18,135

Number 1: Pueblo West

Walk Score: 6

Transit Score: —

Bike Score: —

Population: 29,637


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