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Stapleton Sunrise Walk
TYPE: STSP Weekly | PACE: Conversational | TERRAIN: Mostly sidewalk, some grass/dirt trail, some road | DISTANCE: Approx. 3 mi | Walk Description: Returning for its third year, but now on Thursdays, it's the Stapleton Sunrise walk. We will meet at the same location every week, and we'll journey around the Northfield neighborhoods, exploring the various parks, trails, and secret spots of Stapleton's newest neighborhoods. Come get to know your neighbors or the neighborhood. Walking Movement Leader: Chris Englert, founding member-owner of Walk2Connect co-op is known as Denver's Urban Hiker. ( She leads walks within Denver's C470 loop and is author of The Best Urban Hikes: Denver ( Walking around Denver gets enthusiasts ready for her global walking vacations, which you can find details at Come chat, walk, and connect with Chris as she gifts this walk to you weekly in Stapleton. Schedule, Planning: We will meet at 7:00 am at the corner of Uinta and 51st Ave next to the playground. The nearest street address is 5204 E 51st Ave, Denver. This is a private residence. Please park along the street and meet in the park. Do not disturb the residents. There are currently no facilities here, although restrooms are being installed to open in late 2017.. We leave NO LATER than 7:05 am. We should be done walking no later than 8:10 am. You can of course leave early if you need. Trip Notes: – Dogs are allowed on this one. Please be sure they are well-behaved and on a short leash. No retractable leashes please. – Accessibility: If you’re on a stroller or wheelchair, keep in mind the sidewalks are cracked and bumpy. We can adapt the route so you are with our group on quieter neighborhood streets. – Wear/Bring: comfortable socks & clothing (pref. non-cotton!), light backpack for snacks and water, gloves/scarf, head cap if cool outside, and sunglasses/sunscreen. – Restrooms are not available. See above. – Cancellation Policy: We only cancel in extreme weather conditions on our path, such as ice, hail, or lightening. Check Meetup or text the walk leader for the most up-to-date conditions. Welcome Waivers: Please fill out the online “Welcome Waiver” ( or download, print, sign, and turn in a hard copy if this will be your first Walk2Connect walking experience in 2017. RSVP: You register for this walk by RSVP'ing here or by emailing or calling Chris at[masked] or chris (at) *** Get Involved! 1. Sign-up for weekly Walk2Connect emails here ( 2. Keep checking our main event calendar here ( 3. Follow us on Facebook here ( 4. Become a Life@3MPH Champion here ( 5. Learn more about leading walks in your area by becoming a Walking Movement Leader here ( Connect with our social media community ~ @Walk2Connect | #Lifeat3MPH Follow Chris at @urbahikingDEN for all things Denver, or @eatwalklearn for global walking adventures.

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8204 E 51st Ave · Denver, CO

What we're about

Welcome to The Mile High Ramblers Meetup, a growing network of walking and hiking enthusiasts who value the 2-3 mile per hour pace. Together, we slow down, explore, grow, connect, learn, and heal through a variety of walking trips and events across the greater Denver Metro Area in Colorado. So what does it mean to "ramble"? Rambling is simply "the enjoyment of walking from place to place, sometimes without direction, goals, destinations."

Mile High Ramblers is our Denver Metro Meetup community inside of the Walk2Connect Cooperative ( and the Walk2Connect Meetup Pro ( Network. Walk2Connect is a worker-owned social enterprise working to create connection-focused walking programs for people, places and commuities. All walking invitations are hosted by trained Walking Movement Leaders who have completed our bi-monthly walking leader training. The Mile High Ramblers Meetup will feature free 'same place, same time' weekly walks as well as various free/low-cost program trips. Visit the Walk2Connect Events page ( for a full schedule of walking programs, events, and select partner activities. Its important to know that we encourage our walking leaders to reach out with flyers, word of mouth, and other forms of invitation.

Keep in mind that our meetups (especially the weekly or monthly) have more people in attendance vs what is shown on the Meetup as we have many non-Meetup attendees who sign-up through Facebook and other means.

If you want to learn more about our worker-owned cooperative, please consider watching our 2-minute whiteboard video here (

We hope you join our Mile High Ramblers community!

Walk on,

~ The Walk2Connect Cooperative
@Walk2Connect #Lifeat3MPH

PS: If you want to connect with our walking events and our community in other ways, consider the following links:

1. Sign-up for our weekly email ( (with updates and upcoming walks!)

2. Follow and connect with us on Facebook ( and Twitter (!

3. Join our Walk2Connect Community Group on Facebook ( (for resources, peer-to-peer connecting, and more)

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