From Our Editors
Denver Trolley carries the torch of the state capital's long history of electric transit. Though what can be found today is but a small shadow of what was once the trolley system in Denver—which included more than 290 miles of tracks—it nonetheless does justice to its predecessor. Operating during the fair-weather months along the riverfront, it carts passengers from Confluence Park toward the Downtown Aquarium, then on past the Children’s Museum of Denver and Sports Authority Field at Mile High. As the trolley moves at a steady clip, it gives riders a chance to sit back, relax, and take in scenery both new and old around the city.