Infinite Walk of Peace
Celebrating a culture of Peace, Sustainability, and Community
As part of its Centennial celebration on April 1, 2019, the Boulder Rotary Club in partnership with the City of Boulder Parks and Recreation undertook an enhancement of the International Peace Garden, originally dedicated on October 6, 1990. The enhanced environment aims to promote a culture of peace and environmental sustainability, cultivate personal emotional awareness, and build bridges across communities.
We invite all visitors to experience concepts of peace, environmental sustainability, and community by following the Infinite Walk of Peace. Throughout this walk, you will encounter peace inscriptions embossed in stone benches, peace poles featuring sayings of peace and representing the City of Boulder Sister Cities, the Sister City Plaza, a kinetic sculpture, a pillar recognizing peace leaders in our community, and Montmorency cherry trees planted as a symbol of good fortune, new beginnings, and revival.
Explore the messages of peace, sustainability, and community as seen through the lenses of our community.