Some popular mountain biking and running trails along Prince Creek Road south of Carbondale were legalized while others will be rerouted and a handful will be closed in a decision made Monday by the Bureau of Land Management.
Read the full article by Scott Conden in the Aspen Times
Phase 1 will add over eight miles of singletrack!
Last summer’s Grandstaff trail opening, on the slopes of Red Mountain, is just the beginning of fresh mountain bike trail construction around Glenwood Springs. Work on a new trail system on city-owned land in South Canyon, located two miles west of the West Glenwood I-70 exit, will soon be underway. If current digging conditions continue to cooperate, Phase One could break ground as soon as the end of February. Continue reading Glenwood Springs to Break Ground on New Trail System in South Canyon!
You may have caught wind in recent days of proposed land protection legislation that’s being sponsored by CO Senator Michael Bennett and CO Congressman Jared Polis. What should mountain bikers know about it? Continue reading Continental Divide Recreation, Wilderness & Camp Hale Legacy Act
The Carbondale Board of Trustees has interest in a 25 acre property located west of the current parking area at the base of Red Hill and the Aspen Valley Land Trust is looking to help out. Continue reading Town of Carbondale and AVLT work to preserve Red Hill access
Pitkin County welcomes public input on new Prince Creek Parking Lot.
Parking options are changing on Prince Creek Road. Pitkin County Open Space and Trails is looking at making a new parking lot approximately 1.5 miles before the end of the pavement at a property that’s being referred to as “The Bull Pen” Continue reading East Bull Pen or North Bull Pen Parking Lot for Prince Creek?