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The Southern Half High Line Canal

New High Liners! We finished walking the High Line Canal– all 71 miles of this twisty, turny, serpentine shaped, treasure that runs from Waterton Canyon to Denver International Airport. (To read about our northern portion of this trip, see the Halfway Mark blog post.) On the southern half of our adventure, from mile marker 35 Read more about The Southern Half High Line Canal[…]

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Half Way. The Northern Half of the High Line Canal

This post was originally written for and posted at The High Line Canal Conservancy blog page. Connecting the Canal–Half Way Mark Half Way. Half way can mean many things to many people, and for the High Liners walking the winter version of the Winter 2016 High Line walk, it means they’ve walked 35 miles. What’s Read more about Half Way. The Northern Half of the High Line Canal[…]

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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[…]

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High Line Canal Trail–the Whole Story

Connecting the Canal – Walking all 71 miles! *This post was originally written for the High Line Canal Conservancy. A Journey Begins  Walking 71 miles is no small feat. In order to create an enjoyable experience for anyone willing to take on the task, we broke the High Line Canal Trail’s 71 miles into 11 Read more about High Line Canal Trail–the Whole Story[…]

High Line Canal Segment 12

High Line Canal Segment 12–The Search for Mile Marker 0 The End Is the Beginning Sometimes the end isn’t the end. When the High Liners, a group of 7 adventure seekers walked into the final parking lot of the High Line Canal, we had scratched our heads. If we were at the end of the Read more about High Line Canal Segment 12[…]