The bus will make stops at local events, dispensaries, hotspots, and, of course, restaurants.High There's executives say the Hopper solves two problems frequently encountered in states with legal weed: the lack of legal locations to partake in marijuana, and the risks of driving under the influence."All people need to do is download the app and follow the Hopper," a spokesperson said.
"If the taxi or limousine operator allows for it, marijuana may be consumed in the rear passenger area only," according to
"It is illegal for drivers and front-seat passengers to use marijuana in taxis and limousines in Denver." Inside the Hopper...
High There insists its party bus is well ventilated, to ensure the driver does not get a contact high.
Since its launch almost nine months ago, High There has "established itself as not only a leader in technology, but also as the only responsible social network in the industry," said Darren Roberts, the company's co-founder.
"The Hopper combines these two elements of innovative tech, and social responsibility, to create a killer utility that we know cannabis consumers in Denver will gravitate to as a fun and responsible way to meet people and consume." While it is legal to purchase, possess, and consume marijuana for recreational use in Colorado, it is not legal to smoke weed in public.