Cory-Merrill Urban Hiking Denver

Two Schools, Two Seminaries, and One Log Cabin In a neighborhood named after schools and containing several other religious schools and two seminaries, it’s no surprise that at one time it was dry–as in no alcohol allowed. Here’s the story of our walk on our Cory-Merrill urban hiking adventure. A “Town” of Boom But Not… Continue Reading Cory-Merrill Urban Hiking Denver

Congress Park Urban Hiking Denver

BungalowVille Perhaps Congress Park should be renamed BungalowVille. Sitting in the shadow of the ghastly tales of its northern neighbor, Cheesman Park, there’s not much that sticks out about Congress Park. But if you love bungalows and an occasional spark of difference in a stable and walkable neighborhood, Congress Park is for you. Here are… Continue Reading Congress Park Urban Hiking Denver

Weekend Get-a-Ways from Denver

Denver Escape Plan this Summer With the summer upon us and the ever need to wanderlust, here are some suggestions for quick get-a-ways from Denver that don’t involve going west on I70. Your kids will love them too. Just Down the Road Painted Mines Interpretative Center: A quick day trip to the east, you’ll love… Continue Reading Weekend Get-a-Ways from Denver

Cole Urban Hiking Denver

Snuggle Up Cole Snuggled into a little corner of Denver sits the community-minded neighborhood of Cole. With a mostly rectangular boundary stretching to the north from Martin Luther King Blvd. (32nd Ave.) to 40th Ave and east from Downing St to York St, Cole neighborhood and its Junior High are named after Carlos M. Cole,… Continue Reading Cole Urban Hiking Denver