Fort Logan Urban Hiking Denver

Peaceful Suburbia After walking in Five Points earlier this week, ambling through Denver’s most southwestern neighborhood of Fort Logan was a peaceful change to the hustle and bustle of urban Denver. Over hill and dale, we found conservative ranch-style homes and an adventure into the Fort Logan National Cemetery. Read about our urban hiking trip… Continue Reading Fort Logan Urban Hiking Denver

Five Points Urban Hiking Denver

Filled with Pride “Five Points isn’t a neighborhood,” said our guide, “it’s a location manufactured by Denver’s Tramway and made up of several neighborhoods who didn’t want to be called Five Points.” Okay, got it. Thus, when you’re looking at Denver’s list of 78 neighborhoods, the City does call the area Five Points. It doesn’t… Continue Reading Five Points Urban Hiking Denver

Cherry Creek Urban Hiking Denver

A Cherry Creek in the Middle of Business 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… Continue Reading Cherry Creek Urban Hiking Denver

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