Hike for Humanity
sun10julAll DayHike for Humanity
All Day (Sunday)
Hebrew Educational Alliance
3600 S. Ivanhoe Street
2nd Annual Hike for Humanity3 hikes to match all levels!Sunday, July 10$18/person or $36/family suggested donation. To register for the hike email Naomi at email@example.comDonations can be
2nd Annual Hike for Humanity3 hikes to match all levels!Sunday, July 10$18/person or $36/family suggested donation. To register for the hike email Naomi at firstname.lastname@example.orgDonations can be made by going to www.HIAdenver.org
(Habitat Interfaith Alliance) and clicking on the donate button.Then email Naomi at email@example.com and tell her which hike you are registered for!All donations go to our 2022 build. For more information about the Habitat Interfaith Alliance or to learn how to get involved contact Naomi or go to the HIA website (links are listed above).
Easy: Meet at HEA parking lot at 7:30 AMNative Legend Loop Trail, 3 miles, 206 ft elevation changeNear Castle Rock, about 30 minutes from the HEAKid friendly, leashed dogs, wheelchair accessibleThere are several interpretive stations along the route
Moderate: Meet at HEA parking lot at 6:30 AMPlymouth Mountain Trail in Deer Creek Canyon Park, 6 miles, 1460 ft elevation changeAbout 30 minutes from the HEADogs on leash, views, hike through fields and cedar forests
Hard: Meet at HEA parking lot at 6:30 AMManitou Incline Trail, 4 miles, 1978 ft elevation gainAbout 1.25 hours from the HEA plus a short bus ride to the trail head!!!Reservations
for this trail are required! There is no charge, but spaces are
limited. You can make your own reservation for 8:30 AM at https://coloradosprings.gov/parks/page/manitou-incline!!!
can easily be cancelled if you change your mind so if you are at all
interested you should make the reservation because they are filling
the elevation gain is in the first 1.1 miles, average incline is 45%.
There are 3 bailout points along the incline.