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High Line Canal Map & Guide

HLC guide cover

Discover Our Region’s 71-Mile Linear Park

  • 27 walkable, equestrian and bike-friendly segments
  • Full 71-mile map (water- and tear-resistant)
  • 27 detailed fold-out maps with route highlights and access points
  • Navigational insights and notes
  • Fun facts and historical tidbits
  • Free guide with High Line Hero membership (for a limited time)
  • Perfect guide size of 4.25″ x 7″

The new Guide to the High Line Canal, published by the High Line Canal Conservancy, is an indispensable tool for discovering the wonders of the historic trail. It breaks down the 71-mile linear park into 27 walkable, bike- and equestrian-friendly trail segments, beckoning adventures along every curve. The guide and map include navigational tips and highlights of the Canal’s history and natural wonders, highlighting access points, landmarks and connecting trails. View a few sample pages below.

HLC Guide Sample 1
HLC Guide Sample 2
HLC Guide Sample 3

For a limited time, join or renew as a High Line Hero and receive the guidebook as a gift with membership. The guidebook, which comes with a full map as well as detailed segment maps, is also available for purchase.

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Aurora

  • Aurora Municipal Center; 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy., Aurora
  • Aurora Reservoir; 5800 S. Powhaton Rd., Aurora
  • Morrison Nature Center; 16002 E. Smith Rd., Aurora
  • Plains Conservation Center; 21901 E. Hampden Ave., Aurora
  • Senac Nature Center at Aurora Reservoir; 5800 S. Powhaton Rd., Aurora

Arapahoe County

  • Arapahoe County Administration Building; 5334 S. Prince Street, Littleton
  • Lima Plaza; 6954 S. Lima Street, Centennial
  • Arapahoe Plaza; 1690 W. Littleton Blvd., Littleton
  • CentrePoint Plaza; 14980 E. Alameda Ave., Aurora

Centennial

  • Civic Center;13133 E. Arapahoe Road

Cherry Hills Village

  • Vestibule at City Hall; 2450 East Quincy Avenue

City of Denver

  • Eisenhower Park Recreation Center; 4300 Dartmouth Ave., Denver
  • Green Valley Ranch Recreation Center; 4890 Argonne Way, Denver
  • Councilwoman Kendra Black/District 4; 3540 S. Poplar St., Ste. 100., Denver
  • Jason Coffey/Denver Parks and Recreation (office) – don’t list

Greenwood Village

  • City Hall; 6060 S Quebec St, Greenwood Village

Highlands Ranch

  • Metro District office – 62 West Plaza Drive, Highlands Ranch
  • Metro District Park, Recreation and Open Space office – 3280 Redstone Park Circle, Highlands Ranch

Littleton/South Suburban Parks and Recreation 

  • Goodson Recreation Center; 6631 S University Blvd, Centennial, CO 80121 and other SSPR Recreation Centers