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Exciting Updates Coming to Downtown Evergreen!

Beautiful scenery and small-town charm are some of the many reasons visitors come to Evergreen, Colorado. Our mountain community just west of Denver is a great place to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of bigger cities. The downtown area includes the intersection of Hwy 73 and Hwy 74 and a fantastic lake trail for pedestrians. Locals and visitors alike drive through this area to access restaurants, shops, schools, and public spaces. And it’s time for a long-awaited upgrade to the area!… Read More

Springtime in Our Mountain Town

Spring is in the air! The birds are chirping and the days are getting longer. In Evergreen, Colorado, springtime can be a rollercoaster. After shoveling snow and bundling up in winter, it’s easy to pull out flip-flops and shorts at the first sign of spring. Yet, you have to keep your snow boots and shovel nearby. April in Colorado brings wild swings in weather – one day it is sunny and 75 degrees, and the next we get a snowstorm. … Read More

O’Fallon Park – The Western Ridge Trail

Last week, on Tuesday, April 28, we decided to give O’Fallon Park a try. We’ve driven past the park many many times, but have never hiked there. We took a look at the trails map and initially decided to take the Western Ridge Trail to the Meadow View trail and then back via the Bear Creek Trail. So, we set off.… Read More

Just a Good Stretch of the Legs!

Today we were headed to Lair o’ the Bear because the Lot Spot app showed the parking lot wasn’t crowded. We’d been to Lair o’ the Bear a few weeks ago and only hiked one trail. As we were driving, we passed O’Fallon Park, but it was too late to stop. We knew there was another park we had passed last time and we found Corwina Park We decided to stop and check it out. Checking the map we decided to do the Panarama Point trail.… Read More