Baker Urban Hiking Denver

Baker Urban Hiking Denver Dinosaurs and Welcome Signs Quirky. Diversified. Historic. Those may not be the three ways that you’d describe Baker, but after our weekly neighborhood walk, it’s how I would describe it. Founded on the banks of the Platte by by William and Elizabeth Byers in 1859, just north of where James Beckwourth, Read more about Baker Urban Hiking Denver[…]

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High Line Canal Segment 7 Urban Hiking Denver

High Line Canal Segment 7 The High Line Canal meanders 71 miles through Denver, from Waterton Canyon to just south of Denver International Airport.  It’s an adventure all urban hikers must experience. But if you don’t have time to do 71 miles today, how about 8? High Line Canal Segment 7 is one of the Read more about High Line Canal Segment 7 Urban Hiking Denver[…]

Auraria Urban Hiking Denver

Auraria Urban Hiking–Where Denver Politics Began Many folks know Auraria as the home to three college campuses or as the site of the original Denver. But the one common denominator that pulls together this neighborhood would be the rise and fall of political agendas. For this Denver Neighborhood walk, we took on an urban hike Read more about Auraria Urban Hiking Denver[…]

Athmar Park Urban Hiking Denver

Athmar Park Urban Hiking Denver Quaint and Quiet Athmar Park Tucked away in the southwest corner of Denver sits a quaint neighborhood subtly making its way into the 21st century, Athmar Park. Founded by two developers who annexed smaller neighborhoods into Athmar Park, and named after their wives by using the first couple letters of Read more about Athmar Park Urban Hiking Denver[…]