Park History Hike through Devil’s Canyon
With Ranger Henry
November 4, 2018
Did you know what year the City of Pueblo purchased the 611 acres that became Pueblo Mountain Park? Or the connection between the park and depression-era work programs initiated by FDR? Or the name of the young landscape architect who first envisioned places like Pueblo Mountain Park and the recreational and educational values of our nation’s forests? Learn about the park’s amazing cultural history while walking the park’s historic trails.
Henry comes to NWDC from Rye, Colorado, and wears many hats for our non-profit. Along with being the park’s live-in caretaker, Henry is one of our Rangers for the Earth Studies program, he helps out at the lodge with guest check-ins, and he guides hikes as well.
Learn more about Ranger Henry