Highlights of the High Line Canal

Mile 1.6: Kassler Center Established in 1901, Kassler was a company town founded by the private company that preceded Denver Water. The company completed the Kassler water treatment plant in 1907 which used the “English” slow sand filtration system to deliver water to a growing region. In 1979, Kassler was designated a national waterworks landmark [...]

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10 Reasons We Love Greenways

Greenways increase property values for homeowners Greenways generate economic activity Greenways bring trail tourism Greenways provide alternative transportation letting people walk and ride their bikes Greenways improve the health of citizens through increased physical activity Greenways make the skies clearer and the land greener Greenways help animals Greenways highlight and connect the diversity [...]

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Denver Cyclist Puts His Own Unique Spin On The High Line Canal

After getting his first two-wheeler at the age of eight, young Denverite, Patrick Brown began a lifelong passion for cycling. Today, a full-grown adult and the manager of Twist & Shout Records, Patrick does not own a car and relies strictly on what he calls a “basic Trek” for transportation. In fact, he loves to [...]

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