Downtown Denver during December – ya gotta love all that there is to do. Walking from Union Station to Civic Center offers up a host of shopping, eating, and ambling that you and your family will love. Here’s a guide to more fun and food than you can handle. Thank heavens you’ll be walking the … Continued
Chris Englert, the Walking Traveler and Denver’s Urban Hiker, believes walking is the platform for life. Volunteered into wanderlusting at age 5, she’s since traveled all 50 US states and 53 countries. Chris shares her love of walking while traveling via blogs, books, and presentations. A natural storyteller, she invites you along as she explores Denver and the world, one walk at a time.
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With Small Business Saturday upon us, how about walking around to do your shopping, rather than braving the parking nightmare of mall adventures? We’ve got two good walks that will do two great things: support local Denver businesses and get you outside for a bit of urban hiking. Let’s start with the short urban hike … Continued
Batman or Ariel? Trick or treat? Those Halloween decisions should be the fun ones. Picking where to go hunting for treats can be the more difficult decision for the night. We’ve got the perfect top five neighborhoods to go trick-or-treating that all members of the party can enjoy. Stapleton. With well-lit streets, ample sidewalks, … Continued
Who knew “Cherry Creek” is more than just a mall? I had no idea that an entire neighborhood sits north of the mall, and it’s filled with some fabulous history of famous and not-so-famous tidbits. Here’s my narrative of our urban hiking adventure through Cherry Creek. Not Just a Bunch of High-End Shops The Cherry … Continued
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 to 0, we … Continued