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Walking Denver: 30 Tours of the Mile-High Citys Best Urban Trails, Historic Architecture, River and Creekside Path Mindy Sink

Walking Denver: 30 Tours of the Mile-High Citys Best Urban Trails, Historic Architecture, River and Creekside Path

Mindy Sink

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ISBN : 9780899976761
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242 pages
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Its mild climate and abundant sunshine make Denver, one of AmericaOCOs fittest cities, a welcoming place for a walk any time of year. ColoradoOCOs capital is the countryOCOs fifth most walkable city. There is so much to see when out for a strollMoreIts mild climate and abundant sunshine make Denver, one of AmericaOCOs fittest cities, a welcoming place for a walk any time of year. ColoradoOCOs capital is the countryOCOs fifth most walkable city. There is so much to see when out for a stroll through downtown or a hike in the nearby foothills. This exceptional guide explores the best of the city from Dinosaur Ridge and Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre to the Mile High Loop in City Park and public art scattered throughout downtown.These 30 specially designed urban treks are not only good exercise but are a great way to soak up the history, culture, parks, and vibe of the Mile High City. The walkOCOs commentary includes trivia about architecture, local culture, and neighborhood history, plus tips on where to dine, have a drink, or shop. Each tour includes a clear neighborhood map and vital public transportation (where appropriate) and parking information. Route summaries make each walk easy to follow, and a ?Points of InterestOCO section lists each walkOCOs highlights.Insider Mindy Sink guides the urban adventurer from the Mile High Loop, the cityOCOs newest footpath in City Park, to the Golden TriangleOCOs cultural and architectural gems, and the ever lively Art District on Santa Fe. From the Auraria Campus (home to three universities), to the cityOCOs oldest still operating cemetery, this book reveals part of the city even seasoned locals overlook.