What we're about

Mile High Ramblers is a connection-focused walking (and rolling) community that hosts events in and throughout the Denver Metro region in Colorado.

This Meetup is supported by Intrinsic Paths and the Walk2Connect Collective. You can learn more by visiting https://www.IntrinsicPaths.com and https://www.Walk2Connect.com.

Get connected to our community on social media (@Walk2Connect and #Lifeat3MPH) and join our Walk2Connect Community Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/438797019799942

The Mile High Rambler chapter is inclusive to all races, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, and ages. While some of our walks/rolls are for certain paces, abilities, we want to make sure all are able to find ways to join us. Please reach out to me with questions, feedback and suggestions for how we can make our community equitable, fun, and meaningful for everyone.

In movement,

Jonathon Stalls

Walking Artist, Intrinsic Paths

Founder/Collective Member, Walk2Connect

Also, if you would like to support Meetup fees for these events, please consider becoming an Intrinsic Paths patrons: http://www.patreon.com/intrinsicpaths

Upcoming events (4+)

{Weekly} Park Hill Sunrise

Honey Hill Cafe

Welcome to Walk2Connect's first weekly community walk! This walk (or roll if you use a wheelchair or powered stroller) started in 2012. Join us for a fun and casual walking/rolling experience with a host of regulars. We meet at Honey Hill Cafe on the corner of 23rd & Dexter. We circle up and do introductions for about 5 minutes and then take off on a variety of routes through the neighborhood or to City Park. The pace is conversational and roughly 2-3 miles per hour... in other words, it is not fitness/fast, but we move! If you are unsure if the pace is right, please comment or reach out to the email provided below. This is a great way to meet and connect with new people, move your body and get good morning exercise, and enjoy some fresh air together.

Volunteer Walking Leaders (rotating): Jonathon Stalls, Artist & Intrinsic Paths and Founder of Walk2Connect with long-time regulars/leaders, Janet Meredith, Dawn Kirkwood and Andy Sweet. On occasion, one of our leaders may not be present. 99% of the time, there are always regulars showing up. Please be patient and flexible since this is run by volunteers. ; )

  • Mileage: 2-3
  • Difficulty: Easy to Moderate (steady pace, not fitness but moving!).
  • Terrain: (Urban/Residential) All sidewalks and street.
  • Schedule & Meeting Location: We will meet at 7:15 AM MT on the SW corner of Dexter and 23rd in front of Honey Hill Cafe. If you want to use the restroom or get coffee beforehand, please show up early as the cafe opens at 7:00 AM MT.
  • Parking & Transit: Plenty of residential parking. The 20 bus drops off right across the street from Honey Hill.
  • Cost: Free! ; ) If you would like to support this Meetup and community walk, please consider tipping through Meetup or by becoming an Intrinsic Paths Patron.
  • Dog Friendly (well behaved dogs)! We will be doing a loop going back to our starting location. Please make sure your dog is safe and not threatening the safety of other participants. If you dog is running all over and around, we might ask you to pull away behind the group a bit to avoid tripping.
  • Breaks, Restrooms: Before and after at Honey Hill (they open at 7:00 am)
  • Engage with Walk2Connect & Intrinsic Paths (visit their websites to learn more)! Also, follow on social media (@walk2connect and @intrinsicpaths). Sign-up for Intrinsic Paths email updates here for occasional walking event invitations, art updates, and more.

Consider Bringing:

  • Comfortable socks & shoes (pref. NON cotton socks!)
  • Gloves, scarf, beanie (in winter)
  • Camera
  • Sunglasses & Sunscreen (and hat if you wear them)
  • Bring many (thinner) layers depending on anticipated temperature and light rain gear just in case.

These walks are very informal and give us all unique opportunities to connect with one another, ourselves and our surroundings.

In movement,

Jonathon, Janet, Dawn and Andy

Please comment below or reach out to Jonathon at: [masked]. Please have patience on getting a reply as we are all volunteer hosts!

A Moveable Stroll

Online event

Look . . . nothing's been predictable these last two years so who am I to try and be your rock? No more pretending about STSP, this stroll is going to be unpredictable.

This is a now a STDP Walk - Same Time, Different Days & Places - and . . .
There are no RSVPs
YOU MUST BE IN THE TEXT GROUP TO KNOW WHERE TO MEET

As further proof that life is unpredictable, I'm waylaid by an ACL injury and you may find yourself deputized as walk leader upon your arrival.

We'll meet every other week at 12:15pm - might be in Capitol Hill, might be in Park Hill. But don't count on it. We might not know for sure until a day or two before.

What you can count on is a good walk of about 3 miles, one or more other interesting people with whom to talk, and lovely Denver parks scenery. If something changes you'll get a text by 9pm the night before.

RSVP: There won't be any.
Contact the leader at [masked] to be put in the text group

STSP: City Park Loop Weekly Walk

Park Hill Library

Walk2Connect will now be doing FREE one hour sunrise walks in City Park every Friday leaving from the Park Hill Library on Montview and Dexter. These will be easy, relaxed one-hour loop around the lake at City Park. These trips will have no set program. They exist to provide a fun, easy-going, communal and social on-foot experience to start your day. This is also a great way to meet other 'daily' walking friends nearby.

We're hoping to host more and more FREE walking trips like this for many neighborhoods throughout Denver and Colorado. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in leading one in your hood.

EXPECT TO MAKE SOME FABULOUS CONNECTIONS!

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Welcome Waivers: Is this your first time doing this specific walk with Walk2Connect? Please fill out the online Welcome Waiver (http://walk2connect.com/welcomewaiver/)or download, print, sign, and turn in a hard copy.

  • Difficulty: Easy to Moderate (some small hills).
  • Terrain: (Urban/Residential) All sidewalks and street.
  • Schedule & Meeting Location: We will meet at 7:15am on the south steps of the Park Hill Library and we'll talk through Walk2Connect goals, answer any questions and to lightly warm up. We should be done walking no later than 8:30am. You can of course leave early if you need to!
  • Parking: There will be plenty of parking throughout on Montview.
  • Cost: FREE!
  • Dog Friendly! We will be doing a loop going back to our starting location. (Please be sure you are confident he/she can handle 2-3 miles and cooler temps when walking in Fall and Winter and insure that your dog is calm, well behaved and heels well on a leash.)
  • Weather: We are in the Winter season, so please come prepared with enough layers and/or waterproof gear in case we do run into cooler weather or rain.
  • Breaks, Restrooms: There will only be no place where we can use the restroom so please plan to use restroom before you leave home. There are porta potties at City Park.. use at your own risk! :)
  • Walk2Connect is now a full-time business and we're excited about ALL of our walking opportunities. Please sign-up for our emails (http://eepurl.com/h6dus) and check back to our trip schedule on our main website (http://www.walk2connect.com/) for other walking trips on the calendar. You can also follow us on Facebook here. (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Walk2Connect/244053552274279)

Consider Bringing:

  • Comfortable socks & shoes (pref. NON cotton socks!)
  • Light backpack w/water and snack foods (almonds, bars, fruit)
  • Gloves, scarf, beanie
  • Camera (the view from the back steps of the Museum is breathtaking)
  • Sunglasses & Sunscreen (and hat if you wear them)
  • Bring many (thinner) layers depending on anticipated temperature and light rain gear just in case. I would avoid big/bulky winter coats as you will warm up once we walk and its way easier to shed/store light clothing.

These walks are very informal and give us all unique opportunities to connect with one another, ourselves and our surroundings.

Cheers,

Stacy

Feel free to contact me at if you have any questions

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{Weekly} Park Hill Sunrise

Honey Hill Cafe

Welcome to Walk2Connect's first weekly community walk! This walk (or roll if you use a wheelchair or powered stroller) started in 2012. Join us for a fun and casual walking/rolling experience with a host of regulars. We meet at Honey Hill Cafe on the corner of 23rd & Dexter. We circle up and do introductions for about 5 minutes and then take off on a variety of routes through the neighborhood or to City Park. The pace is conversational and roughly 2-3 miles per hour... in other words, it is not fitness/fast, but we move! If you are unsure if the pace is right, please comment or reach out to the email provided below. This is a great way to meet and connect with new people, move your body and get good morning exercise, and enjoy some fresh air together.

Volunteer Walking Leaders (rotating): Jonathon Stalls, Artist & Intrinsic Paths and Founder of Walk2Connect with long-time regulars/leaders, Janet Meredith, Dawn Kirkwood and Andy Sweet. On occasion, one of our leaders may not be present. 99% of the time, there are always regulars showing up. Please be patient and flexible since this is run by volunteers. ; )

  • Mileage: 2-3
  • Difficulty: Easy to Moderate (steady pace, not fitness but moving!).
  • Terrain: (Urban/Residential) All sidewalks and street.
  • Schedule & Meeting Location: We will meet at 7:15 AM MT on the SW corner of Dexter and 23rd in front of Honey Hill Cafe. If you want to use the restroom or get coffee beforehand, please show up early as the cafe opens at 7:00 AM MT.
  • Parking & Transit: Plenty of residential parking. The 20 bus drops off right across the street from Honey Hill.
  • Cost: Free! ; ) If you would like to support this Meetup and community walk, please consider tipping through Meetup or by becoming an Intrinsic Paths Patron.
  • Dog Friendly (well behaved dogs)! We will be doing a loop going back to our starting location. Please make sure your dog is safe and not threatening the safety of other participants. If you dog is running all over and around, we might ask you to pull away behind the group a bit to avoid tripping.
  • Breaks, Restrooms: Before and after at Honey Hill (they open at 7:00 am)
  • Engage with Walk2Connect & Intrinsic Paths (visit their websites to learn more)! Also, follow on social media (@walk2connect and @intrinsicpaths). Sign-up for Intrinsic Paths email updates here for occasional walking event invitations, art updates, and more.

Consider Bringing:

  • Comfortable socks & shoes (pref. NON cotton socks!)
  • Gloves, scarf, beanie (in winter)
  • Camera
  • Sunglasses & Sunscreen (and hat if you wear them)
  • Bring many (thinner) layers depending on anticipated temperature and light rain gear just in case.

These walks are very informal and give us all unique opportunities to connect with one another, ourselves and our surroundings.

In movement,

Jonathon, Janet, Dawn and Andy

Please comment below or reach out to Jonathon at: [masked]. Please have patience on getting a reply as we are all volunteer hosts!

Past events (4,845)

STSP: City Park Loop Weekly Walk

Park Hill Library

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