Urban Water Cycle Tours
Join us on June 4 for a fun and interactive day learning about the history of the South Platte River Urban Corridor Waterway and efforts to reclaim it. Explore this waterway by bicycle along with citizen leaders, scientists, planners and water managers.
Urban Water Cycle Tour Route: This roughly 10-mile route begins at Johnson Habitat Park, travels downstream along the Platte to Shoemaker Plaza at Confluence park, then on to the Globeville/National Western Complex area, ending at Metro Wastewater with lunch included. View the full route and itinerary here.
Itinerary: There will be two (2) flights of the tour on June 4; the first will begin at 8am and the second will begin at 9am.
Group 1 Group 2
8 AM 9AM Johnson Habitat Park – Introduction to the river.
9 AM 10 AM Shoemaker Plaza at Confluence Park – Exciting redevelopment.
10 AM 11 AM Globeville/National Western Complex– Exciting developments.
11 AM 12 PM Metro Wastewater – History & current strategies for clean water.
12 PM 1 PM Tour ends with lunch, questions, and networking.
Helmet required to ride. Sunscreen, water, and a small backpack for tour materials are recommended.
The tours are free but registration is required. Maximum 30 participants per flight.
This tour is made possible with the support of our sponsors:
And with the support of our partners: