In your scenaryo you best make GLBP on the Cat6K and run a dynamic Routing Protocol such as EIGRP or OSPF between your Cat6K and your routers and make per packet loadbalancing (best with CEF). Then you will get the maximum out of your redunant links. Also be carefull with the topology behind the Cat6K, if you have Vlans spanning multiple switches there will be links in spantree blocking state whitch may make GLBP not the optimal choice (if you have just one L2 Accessswitch per VLAN, then you can make it without any blocking link, and GLBP will of course be the best choice).
Hope that helps, otherwise ask again with some more details.
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