Wilderness Worshipers

  • Horsetooth Mountain

 “God grant us the ability to conquer new things and rejoice in new heights.”

Wilderness Worshipers Hike

Sunday September 25, 7:00am,
Horsetooth Mountain

Join fellow parishioners on a 7.5-mile lay-led liturgical hike.

   Our worship service, including Holy Communion,
will be conducted at stations along our route.

This hike involves strenuous physical activity, and is encouraged for adults and older teenagers who feel confident in their hiking ability and endurance in warm-to-hot weather. 

The climb involves steep up and down hills at a moderate pace. Total hiking time is 3.5 hours. Please bring plenty of water, wear trail shoes with strong tread, and come prepared with sun protection. Snacks are optional.

Meet at 7:00am at the main Horsetooth Mountain Trailhead parking lot
on West County Road 38E (permit required),
GPS coordinates
N40 31.444 W105 10.865
or at 6:45am at the gas station
on the corner of Harmony and Taft Hill Road for carpooling.

  Please let us know you’re coming
by completing the Google Form
here.

Questions?  Connect with a member of the Wilderness Worshipers team: 

Paisley Pettine, Peggy Neves, Robby Laitos, and Diane Abshire.