Live By Living Day Hike: Mt. Falcon Park in Jefferson County Open Space. Sunday, February 3

Join Ed Robb and Stephanie Lenkey Sunday, February 3, for an easy to moderate hike at Mt. Falcon Park, part of the Jefferson County Open Space. We’ll start at the parking lot and hike to the Mt. Falcon overlook, then out the Devil’s Elbow loop, back on the Meadow Trail to the John Brisben Walker castle ruins, then back to the parking lot via the Castle Trail, for a total of about 4 miles. It’s Winter and in Colorado the weather can change quickly. Bring clothing appropriate for both cold and warm weather, microspikes if you have them, snowshoes if you have them just in case, plenty of water, and a snack to munch on.

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As always, Live By Living day hikes are open to all cancer survivors and their caregivers, men and women. Regardless of whether you are currently in or out of treatment, we’d love to have you join us. If you’re uncertain whether you are physically up for a hike, please call us at 303-808-2339, and we can help you decide.

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DAY/DATE OF HIKE: Sunday, February 3
MEETING TIME: 9:00 am
RETURN TIME: 1:00 pm
MEETING PLACE:

Take US 285 south to Parmalee Gulch Road and Indian Hills. Follow the road to the Mt. Falcon sign and to the parking lot, 21074 Mount Falcon Road Indian Hills, CO 80454. Use GPS if necessary. Please be on time.

DIFFICULTY: Easy to moderate
DISTANCE: Approximately 4.0 miles R/T

ELEVATION GAIN: Approximately 700′

HIGHEST POINT: about 7900′
HIKE LEADERS: Ed Robb, Stephanie Lenkey

Dogs OK? Yes, but must be leashed at all times

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Be sure to bring:

  1. Appropriate clothing for the weather.
  2. Water
  3. Trail snacks/lunch
  4. Sunscreen/sunwear/lip balm/sunglasses
  5. Microspikes (if you have them), hiking poles

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CANCELLATIONS: If you need to cancel at the last minute, please call or text Ed, (303)810-1718. If we decide to cancel due to poor weather, we will call everyone, so please provide your mobile phone number.

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To sign up for this hike, please complete the form below and click on the “submit form” button at the bottom. The form will go blank, and you should see a message that your message was sent successfully.

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