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Learn about the ditches of Aspen

Aspen’s Invisible Ditch Tour is set for 5:30 to 7:30 Wednesday night, starting at Glory Hole Park. Cost is free with underwriting from the city’s Water Department.

The bike tour will let participants see the invisible system that helps nurture downtown’s ecological system. The bike ride goes from the head gate on the Roaring Fork River through the east end of Aspen and end at the dancing fountain on Hyman Avenue pedestrian mall.

The tour will be led by staff members from the Water Department and Roaring Fork Conservancy. Bikes and helmets are required.

The tour will happen rain or shine. Registration is required at http://www.roaringfork.org/events. For more details, call 970-927-1290.

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