High Line Canal Public Art Tour

About This Tour

The High Line Canal is a man-made waterway, used for irrigation and recreation, that serves the Denver-Aurora metropolitan area. It begins at a diversion dam on the South Platte River. From its headgate, the High Line Canal runs generally northeast for 66 miles, passing through Douglas, Arapahoe, Denver and Adams Counties.

This tour takes you to the artworks located in Denver along the trail on a 1.7 mile pathway from We Are Future Strata near Skeel Reservoir to Three Wild Places in Bible Park.