The High Line Canal Trail, a 71-mile hiking trail through the mosaic of Denver, goes through rural, agricultural, suburban, and urban areas from the plains to the front range. It parallels the High Line Canal, an historical water ditch built in the 1880s to bring water to farmers who fueled Denver’s explosive growth. Get maps, hire a guide, and read about walking this flat, urban trail that travels through 11 jurisdictions of metro Denver.

Southmoor Urban Hiking Denver

Southmoor Urban Hiking Denver

Southmoor Urban Hiking Denver Sitting between Cherry Hills and I25 can’t be easy. At one time, Southmoor was part of the South Hampden ...
The Southern Half High Line Canal

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 ...
Half Way. The Northern Half of the High Line Canal

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 ...