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Upper Grant Street is a beautiful neighborhood located in the heart of Denver Colorado. The weather in this area is usually beautiful but watch your altitude! With beautiful mountains like the ones in Denver, it's easy to go too high and get into really strong weather as well as breathing trouble. When it comes to pooch care, this place is packed with options and all of them are great. If your pup runs into any trouble hiking the beautiful mountain trails, no need to panic! This area has two very highly rated pet hospitals, Park Animal Hospital and Wellness Center and Pets on Broadway. Both locations are convenient, timely, and have an excellent reputations. The area also is home to two highly sought after dog training schools in the area. Out of the two, Paw School takes the lead with a fun and inclusive approach to 'training the owner as well as the dog.'
Terrain in Upper Grant Street
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The terrain varies dramatically depending on where the walker chooses to take their pooch. In the neighborhood, it is mostly built aside from parks and neighborhood greenery. However, nowhere in Denver is too far away from beautiful mountain ranges and national parks. This makes it easy to find a more natural path for you and your pooch. If the range of environment seems big, it's nothing compared to the range of options topographically. Denver itself sits on a relatively flat stretch of land with very few inclines or declines, however, for a walker wanting a bit more, there are national parks all around the area with moderate hills, usually near bodies of water. These same parks also have large mountain ranges reaching very high altitudes and featuring some of the most beautiful views in Colorado for a more serious hiker. However, these higher trails are not to be taken lightly.
Greenways in Upper Grant Street
Neighborhoods in Denver have an average of:
7 Greenways
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The best part of the greenways and parks near this neighborhood is their focus on community-based activities. Although many of these options have great walking trails and beautiful sights, if you are looking for more than just walking, these are the best options featuring swimming areas, recreation centers, dog parks, age-based exercise classes, sports fields, and so much more. The top of these parks, all with high ratings, include Washington Park, Prarie Park, and Veterans Park. 

Two of the more unique parks in the area are Observatory Park and Robert H. McWilliams Park. Observatory Park surrounds the beautiful Chamberlain Observatory. McWilliams Park features several activities including giant colorful dinosaurs for children to play on and spaces for pups to enjoy at your side. For more serious hikers, there are several national parks such as the Arapahoe National Forest featuring beautiful forest floors, fishing-friendly waters, and massive hiking trails.

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