|Junction U.S.Route #34 with U.S.Route #36
||Junction United States Route #36 with United States Route #34 within Rocky Mountain National Park, west of Estes Park, Colorado, near Deer Mountain Trailhead, This is where the U.S.Route #36 has its western terminus, Starts its easterly/southeasterly run towards the Colorado border with Kansas where it enters the state of Kansas after traversing Colorado.
||Access Road to Scenic Beaver Meadows, from where Long's Peak and the surrounding Rocky Mountain National Park scenery is breathtaking.
|Bear Lake Road: Museum and Amphitheater
||Bear Lake Road, Moraine Park Campground Road, Fern Lake Road, Moraine Park Campground, The Moraine Park Museum and Amphitheater, also known as the Moraine Park Lodge and the Moraine Park Visitor Center were built to serve visitors to the Rocky Mountain National Park, and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The William Allen White Cabins, a historic privy, studio and two guest cabins in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Glacier Basin Campground, a campground lies off Bear Lake Road.
|Mills Driv e:
||Mills Drive, The Rocky Mountain National Park Utility Area Historic District in Rocky Mountain National Park, The Beaver Meadows Visitor Center is individually listed as a National Historic Landmark. The Snogo Snow Plow, was used on the Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park. Manufactured in 1932, a snow blower. It was claimed to be capable of throwing snow 100 feet to the side. Similar plows, used at Crater Lake and Yosemite National Parks, no longer exist. Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, also known as Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building, a building in Rocky Mountain National Park that is nationally significant for its architecture.
|County Road #66: Dorsey Lake
||County Road #66, Dorsey Lake, YMCA Estes Park, Roosevelt National Forest,
|Beaver Point, CO
||Marys Lake Road, High Drive, Beaver Point, Colorado. Mary's Lake Campground, Penstock outlet at Marys Lake Power Plant,
|Estes Park, CO
||W Elkhorn Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado, a town in Larimer County, Colorado, A popular summer resort located on Big Thompson River, and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park. Estes Park Medical Center, Oldman Mountain at Estes Park, Colorado.
|Junction : The Stanley Hotel
||Junction United States Highway #34 /E.Wonderview Avenue, The Stanley Hotel, a 138-room Georgian hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, located within sight of the Rocky Mountain National Park, the Stanley offers panoramic views of the Rockies. It is a historic hotel listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Community of Olympus Heights, Colorado, Estes Park Ride-A-Kart,
|Junction State Route #7
||Junction State Route #7 / S. St.Vrain Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado
|Poll Hill Road : Ravencrest Chalet
||Poll Hill Road, Ravencrest Chalet, Torchbearers of the Capernwray, On the west, Off U.S.Route #36 lies Yogi Bears Jellystone park of Estes, within Roosevelt National Forest.
|Co Road 47/Big Elk Road : Big Elk Meadows
||County Road 47 / Big Elk Road, Meadow Lake, Willow Lake, Community of Big Elk Meadows, Colorado, A Camping Area in Roosevelt National Forest,
|Estes Park Estates Drive
||Estes Park Estates Drive, Community of Pinewood Springs, Colorado. Crescent Lake,
|Longmont Dam Road: Reservoir
||Longmont Dam Road, Longmont Dam, a dam on Button Rock Reservoir, North St.Vrain River,
|Blue Mountain Drive
||Blue Mountain Drive, Apple Valley Road, Pinewood Lake, a lake located off United States Route #36, on Ponderosa Hill Road.
|S. Sr.Vrain Drive : Lyons, CO
||S. St. Vrain Drive, Lyons, Colorado, a Statutory Town in Boulder County, Colorado, Lyons, Colorado is sometimes referred to as The Double Gateway to the Rockies due to its location at the junction State Route #7 and U.S.Route #36, both run through Rocky Mountain National Forest. Steamboat Mountain , a mountain located just north of here off U.S.Route #36.
|Junction State Hwy #66
||Junction State Highway #66, Wallace, Hall Ranch, Dowe Flats, Longmont Water Tank, Greenwood Wildlife Rehab., Longmont, Colorado, a Home Rule Municipality in Boulder and Weld counties in Colorado. McIntosh Lake,
|Hygiene Road : Hygiene, CO
||Hygiene Road, Hygiene, Colorado, a community in Boulder County, Colorado, Foothills Reservoir, McCaslin Lake, Centennial Square Shopping Center, Longmont United Hospital, Hamms Nature Area, Calkins Lake, Union Reservoir,
|Lefthand Canyon Drive : Altona, CO
||Lefthand Canyon Drive, Geer Canyon Road, Altona, Colorado, a populated place in Boulder County, Colorado, Allens Lake, a lake located along U.S.Route #36, nearby. Heil Valley Ranch,
|Co Road 34 /Neva Access Road
||County Road 34, Neva Access Road, Margaret Spurgeon Reservoir Number 1, Left Hand Vally Reservoir, Rocky Mountain Llamas, Dodd Reservoir, Niwot, Colorado, a community in Boulder County, Colorado,
|Longhorn Road : Ranch
||Longhorn Road, Boulder Valley Ranch, Boulder Reservoir, Boulder Reservoir Park,
|Junction State Hwy #7
||Junction State Highway #7, Dakota Ridge Northbriar, North Broadway - Holiday, Lee Hill Drive, Lazy Acres, Buckingham Park, located within Roosevelt National Forest, Foothills Community Park, Wonderland Lake, Wonderland Lake Park,
|Jay Road : Orange Orchard, CO
||Jay Road, Community of Orange Orchard, Colorado, Community of Rural North Boulder, Colorado, Walden Ponds wildlife Habitat,
|Junction State Route #119
||Junction State Route #119, diagonal Plaza, Howard Hueston Park, Boulder Municipal Airport, a public airport located northeast of Boulder, Colorado, a city in Boulder County, Colorado, Hayden Lake,
|Junction State Hwy #119: Boulder, CO
||Junction State Highway #119, This is where overlapping of State Hwy #119 ends. Boulder, colorado, a Home Rule Municipality and the most populous city of Boulder County, Colorado. University of Colordo's Main Campus is situated here in Boulder, Colorado, The University of Colorado at Boulder Colorado is a public research university located in Boulder, Colorado. Considered a Public Ivy, it is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system. Naropa University is a private American liberal arts university in Boulder, Colorado. The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), a research organization at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Arapahoe Village Shopping Center, The Village Shopping Center, Atheletics Practice Field, Scott Carpenter Park,
|Arapahoe Avenue: Boulder, CO
||Arapahoe Avenue/State Highway #7, ends its overlapping here. East Campus, Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, Hillcrest Reservoir, Leggett and Hillcrest Reservoir, Valmont Reservoir, Josephine Roche Open Space, Erie Municipal Airport, a public airport located south of Erie, Colorado, in Weld County, Colorado,
|Baseline Road : Boulder Mountain Park
||Baseline Road, The Colorado Chautauqua, located in Boulder, Colorado, is the only Chautauqua west of the Mississippi River still continuing in unbroken operation since the heyday of the Chautauqua Movement in the 1920s. It is a designated National Historic Landmark. The Flatirons are rock formations near Boulder, Colorado in Boulder Mountain Park, Community of Lower Chautauqua, Colorado, Green Mountain Memorial Park, Williams Village, Baseline Reservoir,
|McCaslin Blvd: Superior, CO
|Interlocken Loop / Northwest Parkway
||Interlocken Loop / Northwest Parkway, Flatiron Crossing Mall, a shopping mall, in Broomfield, Colorado. The mall is designed to reflect the active, outdoor lifestyle of Colorado. Carolyn Holmberg Preserve at Rock Creek Farm, Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Joseph Hospital,
|Intersection SR #128: Broomfield, CO
||Intersection State Route #128, U.S.Route #287, Broomfield, Colorado, a city in Colorado. Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, a public-use airport located near Broomfield, Colorado, It is the closest airport to downtown Denver. The 1stBANK Center, formerly the Odeum Colorado and the Broomfield Event Center, a multi-use arena located just off U.S 36 in Broomfield, Colorado, Colorado Hills Open Space, Great Western Reservoir, The Rocky Flats Plant, a United States nuclear weapons production facility near Denver, Colorado that operated from 1952 to 1992. The Broomfield Event Center, a multi-purpose arena in the Denver suburb of Broomfield, Colorado.
|Church Ranch Blvd: Standley Lake
|W 92nd Avenue: Westminster, CO
|Intersection U.S.Route #287
||Intersection U.S.Route #287, Mayham Lake, Westminster Plaza Shopping Center, Kershaw Ditch, Lake Sangraco, Berkley, Colorado, a community in Adams County, Colorado, The Westminster Castle, also locally known as "The Big Red Castle" is a historic landmark located in Westminster, Colorado, It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Westminster University. St. Anthony North Hospital, Carmenisch Park,
|Intersection I-25/U.S.Route #87
||Intersection of Interstate Highway #25/U.S.Route #87
|Intersection I-85: Commerce City, CO
||Intersection of Interstate Highway #85/U.S.Route #6/State Highway 2
|Quebec Street: Dick's Sporting Goods Park
||Quebec Street, Dick's Sporting Goods Park, a soccer-specific stadium located in Commerce City, Colorado, Stapleton International Airport, In 1995, Stapleton was replaced by Denver International Airport. It has now been decommissioned, and redeveloped as a neighborhood. Martin Luther King Park, Thomas Earnest McClan Park, Fred N. Thomas Park, Johnson & Wales University,
|Peoria Street : Montebello, CO
||Peoria Street, Montbello, Colorado, a neighborhood in the City Denver, Colorado, Montebello Shopping Center, Montebello Civic Center Park, Bluff Lake, Fitzsimons Golf Course, Community of Morris Heights, Colorado, University of Colorado Hospital, the principal teaching hospital for the University of Colorado Denver, located in Aurora, Colorado. The New Childrens Hospital, Hoffman Heights Shopping Center,
||Junction Interstate Highway #225, Aurora, Colorado, a Home Rule Municipality in Colorado. Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital, Community College of Aurora, Lowry Air Force Base, a former United States Air Force base located in the cities of Aurora and Denver, Colorado. Chapel No. 1 or Eisenhower Memorial Chapel, a historic chapel located at the former Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum (WOR), located on the former grounds of Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado. Richthofen Castle, a castle built modeled on Richthofen Castle in Germany.
|Airport Blvd: Denver Intl Airport
||Airport Boulevard, Pena Boulevard, Denver International Airport, the third largest international airport in the world, The airport is located in extreme northeastern Denver, Colorado, Neighborhoods of Gateway, Peterson, The Korean Academy of Taekwondo, one of Colorado's Taekwondo and martial arts schools.
|Junction U.S.Route #287/40 : Exit 288
||Exit 288, Junction United States Highway #287/40, Aurora Sports Park, Kirkegaard Acres, Environmental Park, Chambers of Arizona Center Shopping Center, Buckley Air Force Base, a United States Air Force base in Aurora, Colorado,
|Exit 289 : Great Plains Park
||Exit 289, E-470 Toll Road, Great Plains Park, Plains Conservation Center, Arapahoe Park Racetrack, Aurora Reservoir, a reservoir located in the southeastern reach of Aurora, Colorado. The reservoir provides drinking water for the City of Aurora, which it also uses as a recreational facility.
|E Colfax Aenue : Watkins, CO
||E. Colfax Avenue/State Route #36, Watkins, Colorado, a community in Adams and Arapahoe counties in Colorado.
|N Watkins Road : Watkins, CO
||N. Watkins Road, County Road 97, Watkins, Colorado, a community in Adams and Arapahoe counties in Colorado. Aurora Reservoir, Arapahoe Park Racetrack, lie along E. Quincy Avenue, on the southwest.
|Exit 299 : Manila, CO
||Exit 299, County Road 28/N Manila Road, Community of Manila, Colorado, Front Range Airport, a public airport located on the northeastern edge of Aurora, Colorado, southeast of Denver International Airport. Front Range is a small general aviation airport.
|Exit 304 : State Route #79
||Exit 304, State Route #79/N.Converse Road, State Route #36/E.Colfax Avenue, The Town of Bennett, Colorado, a Statutory Town in Adams and Arapahoe counties in Colorado.
|Exit 310 :
||Exit 310, Wagner Street/Arrowhead Street, Strasburg, Colorado, a community in in Adams and Arapahoe counties in Colorado. Historically it was the location of the "joining of the rails", the actual last link in the coast-to-coast railroad network in the United States, The Comanche Crossing Museum commemorates the 1870 "joining of the rails".
|Exit 316, N Main Street: Byers, CO
||Exit 316, N Main Street, Byers, Colorado, a community in Arapahoe County, Colorado, It is here the U.S.Route #36 ends overlaping on U.S.Routes #287/40, and Interstate Highway #70, takes a left turn and runs on County Road 2/E 15th Avenue,
|N County Road 217 : Deer Trail, CO
||N County Road 217, connects with Interstate Highway #70/U.S.Route #40/287 concurrent, at The Town of Deer Trail, Colorado, a Statutory Town in Arapahoe County, Colorado,
||Cabin Creek, Colorado, located on United States Highway #36,
|Intersection State Highway #71
||Intersection State Highway #71/County Road G, Last Chance, Colorado, a community in Washington County, Colorado,
|County Road S: Lindon, CO
||County Road S, Lindon, Colorado, a town located in Washington County, Colorado,
|County Road CC
||County Road CC/State Route #63, Anton, Colorado, a town in Washington County, Colorado, located along the United States Highway #36.
|County Road LI: Arickaree, CO
||County Road LI, Community of Arickaree, Colorado,
|County Road Pp: Wiladel, CO
||County Road Pp, Community of Wiladel, Colorado,
|County Road 7, State Route 59/County Road 6, Cope, Colorado, a town in Washington County, Colorado, Cope Memorial Park,
|Junction : Abarr, CO
||Junction State Route #59, ends its overlapping on U.S.Route #36, and runs northwards to, Community of Abarr, Colorado.
||Joes, Colorado, a town in Yuma County, Colorado, United States Highway #36, runs through this small town. In 1929, the Joes High School basketball team won the Colorado state basketball championship, and 1930, went on to win the state championship for the second time.
|County Road L: Golf Course
||County Road L, Royce Darling Memorial Golf Course,
|County Road M : Kirk, CO
||County Road M, Kirk, Colorado, a town in Yuma County, Colorado,
|Country Road DD: Idalia, CO
||Country Road DD, Idalia, Colorado, a town in Yuma County, Colorado, located along the U.s.Route #36,
||Junction United States Highway #385, U.S.Route #385 overlaps on U.S.Route #6 for about a 4 KMs from this From this location before both U.S.Routes part ways. Bonny Lake State Park, a state park located in Yuma County, Colorado near Idalia, Colorado, lies southeast off U.S.Route #385. Bonny Reservoir, Bonny State Recreation Area,
||U.S.Route #385, runs northerly towards The City of Wray, Colorado, a city in Yuma County, Colorado, lying about 20 mile away.
|Colorado/Kansas State Line
||Colorado/ Kansas State Line, This is where the United States Highway #36, ends its run in Colorado and enters the U.S. State of Kansas.