Denvers Most Walkable Neighborhoods

Dated: 06/08/2017

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Looking for a neighborhood in Denver where you can walk to virtually anything you need? We’ve got you covered. While Denver only came in at #16 on America’s Most Walkable Cities list, compiled by walkscore.com, the report also ranked Denver neighborhoods for their walkability. 

Capitol Hill was # 1, while the area surrounding Denver International Airport, understandably, was the lowest ranked, followed by Green Valley Ranch.

Ratings for the list were based on the walkability of a location based on its distance from amenities, density of population, block length and pedestrian friendliness, according to walkscore.com.

Check out the top 25 contenders below!


25. Montclair
24. Clayton
23. Sunnyside
22. Wash Park West
21. Rosedale
20. West Highland
19. Hale
18. City Park West
17. Country Club
16. Highland
15. Cole
14. City Park
13. Berkeley
12. Jefferson Park
11. Whittier
10. Platt Park
9. Cheesman Park
8. Congress Park
7. Baker
6. Lincoln Park
5. Cherry Creek
4. Speer
3. Five Points
2. Downtown
1. Capitol Hill


Ready to start checking out some of the most pedestrian friendly neighborhoods in Denver? Contact Metrowest today – we’d love to show you around!

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Michelle Moghazy

Michelle is a native of Denver, however just recently moved back Denver after living in Long Island , NY for the past 3 years. While in NY, she managed a portfolio of properties for a large NY invest....

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