High Line Canal Conservancy

Connecting Communities – Connecting Nature
from the foothills to the plains

Planning for the next century

Since June, we have been listening to the communities along all 71 miles of this treasured resource and it’s time to share what we’ve heard. Join us on October 19th and 20th to give feedback on the draft vision.

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Explore The Canal

At 71 miles long, the High Line Canal is one of the longest continuous urban trails in the country, twisting through the most populated area of Colorado while crossing a diverse mosaic of communities and nature. The Canal originates at Waterton Canyon in Douglas County and runs to Green Valley Ranch in Northeast Denver, falling within one mile of more than 350,000 residents.

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Stories + Updates

Join us on October 19th or 20th at our final visioning open house events

October 14th, 2016|

What an exciting few months it has been for the High Line Canal! The Conservancy has engaged with over 2,000 community members who have helped draft the future vision and action plan for the High [...]

Connecting the Canal – Walking all 71 miles!

October 12th, 2016|

A guest blog post by Chris Englert, Head Motivator, EatWalkLearn. Chris Englert walked with 55 community members along the Canal, 7 of whom walked all 71 miles with her. Here's a recount of their [...]

Dry Dock Brewing Company releases High Line Plum Saison-Brett (guest blog)

September 30th, 2016|

Emily Hutto, Communications Manager at Dry Dock Brewing Co., explains the inspiration and development of Dry Dock’s High Line Plum Saison-Brett. In collaboration with the High Line Canal Conservancy, South Dock brewed the High [...]

I am no longer surprised, no matter where I am, when conversation comes around to a common affection for the High Line Canal.
Robert Michael Pyle, Prologue To the Thunder Tree

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