Purple Mountain Park LbNA # 38405
|Placed Date||Mar 20 2008|
|Found By||The Woodshed|
|Last Update||Jul 2 2012|
Denver has over 200 parks with over 4,000 acres of parks and parkways to explore. You must find your way to Denver's newest (as of the time this box was planted) 80 acre park.
Once at the park, find the purple mountains. Then find the path on the north side of the purple mountains and head east. Go past the "pond" and up a small hill. Look for the bridge with the iron railings, cross it and head to the southern field of rocks. Go up the western side of the hill until you find a large pink rock in the shape of an L. Immediately preceding that rock is a large gray/black rock. The box is hidden under the side with the pink stripe. You will have to move some small rocks and reach underneath to find its hiding hole.
Please bring your own stamp pad. Or even better, bring a yellow and a purple marker. Please replace all rocks. Thanks!
If you have kids, bring them along and plan to play at "The Purple Mountain Park".
There is also a fun geocache nearby. Very nearby!