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Join us for the 2018 Connection Challenge!
TYPE: W&T | PACE: Conversational & Exploratory |TERRAIN: Sidewalk, broken sidewalk, road, gravel | DISTANCE: Approx. 2-3 miles
Walk Description: Do you make decisions that influence design, safety, planning, land use, and overall function of the named corridors below? Do you or does your organization serve populations depending on the named corridors? Do you personally depend on these corridors to support you by foot or by wheelchair? If so, these walks are for you. The walk will showcase the challenging pedestrian realities and creates full-bodied engagement related to gaps in safety, comfort, and accessibility facing our most vulnerable modes of transportation (pedestrians, wheelchairs, strollers, older adults). It will be a two to three-mile walk that moves through difficult intersections and connecting streets and ends with happy hour at The Goods on Colfax and Columbine.
Please only sign up if you find yourself inside of the questions asked at the beginning of the walk description. We have intentionally chosen to do these walks in rush-hour time frames. If you are typically needing to be in the office at these times, consider talking with your colleagues about attending this walk as professional development and education.
Walking Movement Leaders: Jonathon Stalls, Founder and Member-Owner of the Walk2Connect Cooperative.
Meeting Location, Transit and Parking: Try to meet us at the intersection/fountain at E Colfax and Columbine by 3:45 PM just South of East High School. The nearest bus stops are the 15, 15L and the 20. Plenty of parking in neighborhood.
-Be sure to bring water and a notebook for taking notes if desired.
-We will break many times along the way as we discuss the built environment.
-Although the trip leader will bring snacks, please be sure you are packing what you need to be comfortable, quenched, and fed.
-Bring a lunch.
-Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and you may also want to include appropriate outerwear, hats, and gloves to accommodate for the weather.
-Sorry, no dogs on this walk.
-Cancellation Policy: We only cancel in extreme weather conditions on our path, such as ice, hail, or lightening. Check with your leader if you are unsure.
Welcome Waiver: Please fill out the online “Welcome Waiver” or download, print, sign, and turn in a hard copy if this will be your first Walk2Connect walking experience in 2017.
RSVP: Please use the RSVP feature below or call Jonathon directly 303 908 0076 or email jonathon (at) walk2connect.com.
Visit the iWalkDenver Walking Series page for the whole schedule.
Types of Walking Trips:
Same Time, Same Place [STSP]: Free weekly or monthly community-based walks.
Walk & Talk [W&T]: Free walks with themes or topics.
Program [PRGM]: Outcome-directed walks that may include: hosted stops, program partners. Fee-based.
Special Events [EVENT]: Private walking events.
Long Distance [LD]: Half day, Full day, or Multi-day walking experiences. Fee-based.
Walking Movement Leaders [WML]: Walking Movement Leader Training and events.
Champion and Partner Events [3MPH]