Empire: Butler Gultch Hike
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Empire: Butler Gultch Hike Register

Date and Time:
Sun, Aug 6, 2017  8:00 AM  (Local Time)

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08/06/2017 8:00 AM Empire: Butler Gultch Hike Who knew such a lovely wildflower hike was tucked into the high country of Clear Creek? Join us to see it yourself. 39.77091900,-105.85371500 Bonnie Benjamin bonniesko@gmail.com MM/DD/YYYY amOUuwqNAzpGSXwtHmnd12740

Organized By: Denver Metro Network

Location: 13517 W Alameda Pkwy, Lakewood, CO 80228, USA
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Event Organizer:
Bonnie Benjamin
bonniesko@gmail.com
(303) 704-6313

Who knew such a lovely wildflower hike was tucked into the high country of Clear Creek? Come see it for yourself.

Butler Gulch is about 4.8 miles round trip with an elevation gain of about 1,600 feet. Forest opens into a huge, flower-filled expanse. We top out just shy of 12,000 feet at some old, rusty mining equipment. This is a moderate hike.

Adults only for this hike. We will max out at 10 participants.

Dogs are allowed, but must be on a leash. (Link)

Things to bring:

  • Water (1 liters)  
  • Snack
  • Backpack     
  • Layers

Outings Policies | Liability Waiver

Getting There

Driving: Take I-70 to exit 232 to get on Highway 40. Drive past Empire. Go left on the Henderson Mine/Jones Pass Road. Bear right near the mine entrance gate. You’ll see parking there off the road.

Trip Leaders:
Bonnie Benjamin | (303) 704-6313
Tish Mobley | (404) 993-6835

Our outings are open and free to the public, and we welcome everyone and all abilities. It does not matter what your income, religion, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender, age or political beliefs are. Please contact the outing leaders if you have questions or need accommodations.

Level: Moderate

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