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Our most direct route coming from the south, the Wash Park corridor features a great mix of on road, park and multi use paths to get to downtown Denver.  

Distance (One Way) – 6.4 miles

Estimated Time (One Way) – 25-30 minutes

Start: 1605 E Evans Ave, Denver, CO 80210, USA

Head north on S Franklin St

Continue onto S Humboldt St heading North through Wash Park

Slight right and head north onto S Marion Pkwy

Turn right onto N Downing St
Turn right toward Cherry Creek Trail
Head north on Cherry Creek Trail
Exit sharp left toward Market St
Turn right toward 14th St
Turn left onto Lawrence St
Turn right onto 17th St
Turn right onto Arapahoe St
 
Destination: Skyline Park, 1600 Arapahoe St Denver, 
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