TYPE: Bi-Weekly (Tuesday) | PACE: Fitness | TERRAIN: Mixed Path | DISTANCE: Approx. 3 mi
Walk Description: This fitness walk is held the second Tuesday of every month; beginning and ending at Foothills Community Park near the restrooms and the dog park, going south along multi-use paths onto sidewalks in the Wonderland Hills neighborhood, and looping back north on the Foothills Trail, taking a short side trip (less than a mile) on the Old Kiln Trail. Along the way, hikers will see some beautiful views of Wonderland Lake, the foothills, and the eastern plains. The route includes gentle hills, with little, but some, elevation gain.
Walking Movement Leader: Darcy Kitching and other Boulder Ramblers leaders will take turns leading this urban hike created by Lorrie Johnson while she is away.
Schedule and Planning: There are two parking lots at Foothills Community Park: We will meet at the parking lot near the restrooms adjacent to the dog park on 7th Street. This walk is also accessible by the SKIP bus, which stops at Broadway and Violet; the Park is a few blocks west of Broadway. We'll meet at 9:00 am and begin walking at 9:05. The walk will end by 10:30 am.
- Be sure to bring water, sun protection, and wear appropriate clothing for the season.
- For winter walking, wear breathable layers, a hat, and bring non-slip shoe cleats or wear boots with good traction.
- Dogs on short, non-retractable leashes are welcome.
Cancellation Policy: This walk will only be canceled in the event of extreme weather conditions.
Check the Boulder Ramblers Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/BoulderRamblers/) or contact the walk leader for the most up-to-date conditions.
About Boulder Ramblers:
The Colorado-based Walk2Connect Cooperative works with individuals and organizations to create whole-health outcomes through innovative walking programs focused on connecting to others, to place and to self. Our Boulder community, Boulder Ramblers, offers a variety of local walks and hikes led by trained volunteer Walking Movement Leaders in Boulder, Longmont and Louisville. We also partner with GO Boulder to develop walking events that orient community members to the city's pedestrian facilities and invite feedback about them. Across the Front Range, W2C principals and trained volunteer Walking Movement Leaders lead dozens of free community walks every week.
Learn more: http://www.Walk2Connect.com
800 Cherry Ave
Boulder, CO 80304
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