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Evening hikes -- let's talk ideas

From: Debbie
Sent on: Friday, November 18, 2011 7:26 PM


The early sunsets are here, but we haven't stopped hiking.

I have scheduled several walks/hikes at Sloans Lake because part of the path is partially lit and because it's easy to come late and join us for the second loop.

In December, I will schedule holiday light walks at the Botanic Gardens, Denver Zoo and downtown Denver.

However, I need your help. Do you know of any walks/hikes (urban trails, neighborhood trails, whatever) that are lit, partially lit or have easy to follow trails for people with headlamps?

I am looking for trails north of 6th Avenue because I live so far north.

We don't go to Apex, Matthews/Winters and other Jefferson County parks because they close one hour after sunset.

If you have an idea, please email me, [address removed]

Thanks! I hope to see you on a hike/walk.

Deb, Asst Organizer

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