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there are lots of ways down from the peak to peak highway (7/72/119). recommended choices would include south st vrain (7) or left hand canyon (which has very light traffic). be aware that the more direct route from estes park to lyons, 36, may still be closed to cyclists for flood repairs, and in any event is very busy.Left Hand Canyon is normally an extremely popular cycling road, but is pretty torn up now and for the foreseeable future. It's currently more dirt than pavement and will likely still be that way for quite some time. US36 from Estes Park to Lyons is iffy on a good day, but this isn't a good day. It is not only usually closed to cyclists, but often closed to everybody. The construction project on that road is massive and will continue for a long time yet.