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Directions To Buffalo Ranch Cross Country Course

The Buffalo Ranch Cross Country Course is located on South Campus.

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Directions from the Airport: You will fly in or out of Denver International Airport (DIA). Driving time between DIA and Boulder is approximately 45 to 60 minutes depending on traffic. There are two ways to get from DIA to Boulder, one via the freeway and another using the toll road E-470/Northwest Parkway.

  • Freeway -- From DIA, follow Peña Boulevard (10 miles) south to Interstate 70, and exit onto I-70 west. Follow I-70 to I-270 west. I-270 merges onto U.S. Highway 36 west. Exit Table Mesa/South Boulder Road (via right at fork at off ramp). Left on Table Mesa (exit ramp light) go through first set of lights and proceed over bridge (U.S. 36).  At the second light, take a left into the Buffalo Ranch entrance, also marked Rich's Tennis School. 
  • Toll Road -- From DIA, follow Peña Boulevard and exit onto E-470 north (Exit 6B) towards Fort Collins. Follow E-470/Northwest Parkway for 28 miles until it ends at a stoplight at 96th Street. The one-way cost for the toll road, as of April 2012, is $9.50 and fees are automatically recorded and billed through the automobile's license plate. Automobiles with ExpressToll Transponders would be charged $8.20. Once the toll road ends at 96th Street, continue through the next two stop lights and exit onto U.S. 36 west. Exit Table Mesa/South Boulder Road (via right at fork at off ramp). Left on Table Mesa (exit ramp light) go through first set of lights and proceed over bridge (U.S. 36). At the second light, take a left into the Buffalo Ranch entrance, also marked Rich's Tennis School.
    For more information visit E-470.com.

Directions from the Denver Area and South: To get to Boulder from the Denver area, go west on U.S. 36 (from I-25 or I-270). Exit Table Mesa/South Boulder Road (via right at fork at off ramp). Left on Table Mesa (exit ramp light) go through first set of lights and proceed over bridge (U.S. 36).  At the second light, take a left into the Buffalo Ranch entrance, also marked Rich's Tennis School.

Directions from Boulder: Hwy 36 east, exit Table Mesa. Straight at light, passing through open gate, into the Buffalo Ranch entrance, also marked Rich's Tennis School.

Directions from the North: From the north, take I-25 OR U.S. 287 south to Highway 119 (Diagonal Highway). I-25 travelers will take the Longmont Exit (240) west onto Highway 119 while U.S. 287 travelers will turn right on Ken Pratt Boulevard (Highway 119) in Longmont. Highway 119 becomes Highway 157 (Foothills Parkway) just north of Boulder. From Foothills Parkway, exit just before you reach U.S. 36 at the Table Mesa Road/South Boulder Road exit. After you exit, take a right at the light (Table Mesa). At the second light, take a left into the Buffalo Ranch entrance, also marked Rich's Tennis School.

Directions from the West: Take I-70 east to U.S. 6. Go east on U.S. 6 to Colorado Highway 58. Turn right (east) on state Highway 58 to state Highway 93. Make a left (north) onto state Highway 93 towards Boulder. State Highway 93 will turn into Broadway once in Boulder. Once on Broadway take a right on Table Mesa Road. At the third light take a right into the Buffalo Ranch entrance, also marked Rich's Tennis School. If you get to the U.S. 36 entrance, you have just passed the course.

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