What we're about

Are you new to Denver and interested in hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, and doing easy rock climbs in the Front Range? If so this is your group! We meet a few times a week to explore a new trail and try a new activity. We look forward to exploring the outdoors with you!

A few Notes:

- You can see tons of pictures and video's on our Groups FB page: http://bit.ly/Front_Range_Explorers

- The purpose of this group is to have fun, meet new people, learn new skills, and explore new areas.

- All levels and abilities are welcome

- We adjust start times for each event based on amount of daylight available.

- If we travel past the Front Range, we leave early to avoid traffic. One word: Coffee.

- Please do your best to be prepared but if you have any questions/doubts, please message us and download our free hiking and backpacking gear checklist: https://americanhiking.org/resources/10essentials/

Thanks!

Front Range Explorers Team

Upcoming events (1)

Evening Hike - Panorama Point via the Bear Creek Trail

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Let's enjoy an evening hike to scenic Panorama Point!

CONTACT: Bernard at (303)[masked]

ATTENDEE LIMIT: 14 Hikers. We will practice social distancing of at least 6 feet.

SIGN-UP: Please sign up on the Wait List. New members and members with a good attendance percentage will be advanced to the hike roster.
Please RSVP yes only if you definitely plan to come. If you change your mind, please update your RSVP.

COVID-19 PROTOCOL: Do not sign up if you:

  • are sick with, or have tested positive for COVID-19.
  • have been in contact with a person who is sick with, or has tested positive for COVID-19.
  • are not feeling well, or have any other infectious disease.

MEET: at 6:00 pm at the East parking lots at Corwina Park. Hike begins at 6:05 pm.

WHAT TO BRING: Typical gear, jacket, water, snacks, traction devices, etc.

DISTANCE/GAIN: 3.3 mi RT. Elevation gain: 762 ft. (Level: Moderate).
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DOGS: Well-behaved dogs are welcome. Dogs must be leashed. Dog owners must clean up pet excrement.

Denver Mountain Park Regulation:[masked] Dogs brought on to Trails must be restrained by a leash no longer than six (6) feet in length. Operators of Human-Powered Devices on Trails are not allowed to have a dog on leash while operating or riding Human-Powered Devices.

DISCLAIMER: Hiking is risky. Every year people are hurt and killed because they go beyond their abilities, get lost, or bring the wrong gear. I am not a professional guide. You are responsible for yourself. By signing up for this hike you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your own safety and will do the necessary research to understand the conditions of this hike and the gear and conditioning required. And lastly, anyone choosing to hike with our group should carry personal medical insurance and a CORSAR (Colorado Outdoor Recreation Search and Rescue) card in case of an emergency.

More information about Denver Mountain Parks:

RMPBS - Colorado Experience: Denver Mountain Parks
100 Years of the Magnificent Dream: Denver Mountain Parks

Past events (396)

Evening Loop Hike - Matthews Winters Park

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