Drive and Walk Lariat Loop Denver

Drive and Walk Lariat Loop Back in the 1920s when the City of Denver was on a buying spree to buy land in the mountains for its residents, it was also building a road to connect the residents to the new Denver Mountain Parks. This twisty, hairpin-turny, ribbon of concrete, called the Lariat Loop (see Read more about Drive and Walk Lariat Loop Denver[…]

Get Ready Remote Denver

What Is Remote Denver? You may have seen the ads for Remote Denver. This production put on by Denver Center for the Performing Arts promises a surreal, immersion experience as you walk in a group through downtown Denver. It’s exactly that. What Does that Mean? Let’s just say you might do any of the following: Read more about Get Ready Remote Denver[…]

University Urban Hiking Denver

University Urban Hiking Denver After a year of walking all 78 of Denver’s neighborhoods, we finally came to the last one, University. Granted, it wasn’t quite alphabetical in the list, but it was fun to end at where Chipotle started! In only two miles, we covered most of the neighborhood, including its star attraction, University Read more about University Urban Hiking Denver[…]

Windsor Urban Hiking Denver

Windsor Urban Hiking Denver Most people think of the neighborhood of Windsor being just Windsor Gardens. But it also includes a small subdivision tucked into the SW corner of Alameda and Havana, Windsor Gardens, Fairmount Cemetery, Windsor Lake, Windsor, and a couple of miles of the High Line Canal. It’s a fun neighborhood to explore. Read more about Windsor Urban Hiking Denver[…]

Wash Park and West Wash Park Urban Hiking Denver

Wash Park and West Wash Park Urban Hiking Denver If you were to say, “Where’s Washington Park?” to someone in Denver, you’d get a few screwy looks. Although officially named after our first president, locals have abbreviated these two neighborhoods to Wash and West Wash Park. In Wash Park neighborhood is the park, Wash Park, Read more about Wash Park and West Wash Park Urban Hiking Denver[…]