As one of the longest urban trails in the country, the 71-mile High Line Canal meanders through the diverse physical and social mosaic of the region. Experiencing the High Line Canal in Colorado means connecting with nature and discovering the wonders of the region from the foothills to the plains. The trail, beginning in Waterton Canyon, where water has historically been diverted from the South Platte River, and ending in north Aurora near DIA, can be accessed along all 71 miles and connects with Chatfield State Park, Cherry Creek State Park and 13 regional trails. For a map and more information, visit highlinecanal.org/guide. Public transit access from Denver: RTD E Line train to the Yale stop.