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This website is to provide information to the confirmed participants for the spring workshop - America's Geologic Heritgae. It is anticipated that this small invitational workshop will lead to opportunities for additional participation throughout the year. Be sure to visit the Home page for up-to-date information.

Meeting Venue | Lodging | Transportation | Denver geologic attractions

Meeting Venue

All workshop meetings will take place at Building 41 located on the Denver Federal Center. To gain access to the Denver Federal Center you will need to show a government-issued photo id such as a drivers license or a passport.

Information about the Denver Federal Center facilities is available on their website:


For those traveling to Denver for the workshop, we recommend that you plan to stay in the Lakewood area, about 8 miles west of downtown Denver. There are a number of good hotels adjacent to the Denver Federal Center.



Transportation from Denver International Airport to Lakewood, Colorado

For those flying in to Denver airport, the local Denver Regional Transit (RTD) provides hourly bus service from DIA to the Denver Federal Center station. Several of the hotels are located a short walk from the DFC station.

  • RTD SkyRide Bus Line AF
    $13.00 one way from DIA to Denver Federal Center station
  • Super Shuttle, Denver Airport to Lakewood
    phone: 303-370-1300
    $45. one way from DIA to Lakewood motels
  • Rental cars are available at DIA


Denver Area Geologic Attractions

a summary of geologic features in the Denver area that participants might wish to visit. These include:


Last updated: February 22, 2013