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We’ll meet out in front of Amante Coffee, Uptown, at the corner of Yarmouth and Broadway.  Sign up here.

TYPE: Urban Hike | PACE: Fitness | TERRAIN: Sidewalks, Multi-Use Paths, Dirt Trails | DISTANCE: Approx 12.4 miles |

Walk Description: Not up for the full Walk 360 Slow Marathon? Need more training miles? Then join us for this 12-mile, 180-degree adventure! The western half of the Boulder Walk 360 Slow Marathon links the North Boulder Art District with Wonderland Lake, North Boulder Park, Mapleton Hill, Chautuaqua Park, Shanahan Ridge, and the Table Mesa Shopping Center. We’ll take breaks along the way and have lunch together at the end. See this link for a map of the route: https://caltopo.com/m/HV0K

Schedule and Planning: We will meet at 8:00 am out in front of Amante Coffee Uptown. The cafe opens at 7 am, so arrive early to use the restroom and/or buy a coffee or tea. This urban hike is 12.4 miles, so it should take us about 5 hours to complete (with breaks). I suggest parking at the Table Mesa Shopping Center and taking the SKIP bus up Broadway to the starting place. Bus fare is $3, or $1.50 for people over 65. You can also take the bus back up to north Broadway after we finish at Table Mesa Shopping Center if you want to park at the starting place.

Walking Movement Leader: Darcy Kitching started volunteering with the Boulder Ramblers in 2015. She is the author of “The Best Urban Hikes: Boulder” (https://cmcpress.org/products/the-best-urban-hikes-boulder). You can reach Darcy at 303-250-2436 or besturbanhikesboulder@gmail.com.

~ We will begin walking at 8:05, so please arrive on time.
~ Be sure to bring plenty of water, snacks, sun protection and wear appropriate gear/clothing for the season.
~ Dogs are NOT allowed on this hike.

Release of liability: By signing up for this walk, you acknowledge that you are responsible for your own safety and well-being throughout the event. This is a volunteer-led experience. Volunteers are not liable for any injury or illness that may happen during the event or that results from participating in this event. Please take good care to only sign up for walks or hikes that are within your skill level and comfort. As always, have fun and be safe!

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