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New Meetup: Dayhike Golden Gate Canyon St. Park

From: Scott
Sent on: Sunday, June 13, 2010 5:35 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Weekend Hikers...Plus!

What: Dayhike Golden Gate Canyon St. Park

When: Saturday, June 19,[masked]:00 AM

Golden Gate Canyon
Beaver Trail
Golden, CO 80403

We will meet at the visitors center at about 10:00am and go from there to the trailhead. The hike will start in the Reverends Ridge Campground but I'm not sure where in the campground.

Wadsworth and Hampden
Address: 3599 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Lakewood

Directions to the Wadsworth and Hampden park-n-ride: From Wadsworth Blvd. & Hampden, continue south on Wadsworth Blvd. to W. Jefferson Ave. Right on W. Jefferson Ave., into park-n-Ride. We will leave from this park-n-ride at 9:00 am.

Directions to the Park: From the Denver Area
Follow I-70 west to exit 265 for highway 58. Take highway 58 west to highway 93. Turn right (north) on highway 93 for approximately 1 mile to Golden Gate Canyon road. Turn left and follow Golden Gate Canyon road 13 miles to the Visitor Center. There is an admission Fee per vehicle to get into the park. It's about $6.

The hike: Folks this hike is harder than our Sunday hikes. It's about six miles with some elevation gain and loss. It's at least an intermediate hike if not a little more. The hike is a loop including the Elk, Coyote, and Mule Deer trails.

Dogs are allowed on a leash.

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