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Enjoy a fall walking tour of Lower Downtown, learning about interactions between Arapaho people and white settlers in early Denver. Our LoDo tour highlights both, showing how the world around the confluence of Cherry Creek and the Platte River was changing in 1858–64. Imagine tipis at 15th and Blake or native delegations visiting Governor Evans at 14th and Arapahoe. After the tour, you’ll have the option of hopping onto an RTD bus to Tocabe, a traditional American Indian restaurant, returning downtown afterward. The stories are there to find, so let’s find them together.
Provide your own transportation to starting location. Optional post-tour lunch on your own with guide.
To help you decide which tours and treks are for you, use our scale. If you need clarification contact us at 303-866-2394 or by e-mail.
Easy - Activities include boarding a bus, short periods of standing or walking and limited stairs.
Moderate - May include walking up to two miles on streets or easy trails, climbing stairs or spending several hours outside.
Ambitious - May involve several nights away from home and activity-filled days. Be prepared to walk up to two miles a day on easy to moderate terrain, drive (possibly on rough roads), or spend long periods outside.
Challenging - Requires a high level of fitness and an adventurous streak: day hikes over potentially rough terrain, accessing remote areas in a vehicle, by foot, or by boat, and/or extended periods outside.