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Posted on: May 1, 2021

Tenmile Canyon Recpath Open for 2021 Season

Recpath

With the exception of the Vail Pass Recpath, all sections of the paved Summit County Recreational Pathway System are plowed and open to the public

 

Contact: Allison Mitchell, Summit County Open Space & Trails

970-668-4213, allison.mitc...

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Posted on: February 2, 2021

Prescribed Pile Burning at Wildernest-Mesa Cortina Open Space Concluded for the ‘20-‘21 Season

Pile-Burn at Mesa Cortina

Contact: Jordan Mead, Resource Specialist, Summit County Open Space and Trails Department

SUMMIT COUNTY – Following successful burn operations in mid-December, Summit County Open Space and Trails, along with the Forest Stewards Guild has...

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Posted on: January 29, 2021

Summit County and White River National Forest Partner to Preserve Continental Divide Trail Corridor

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Contact: Brian Lorch, Summit County Open Space and Trails Director

SUMMIT COUNTY – Last week the White River National Forest acquired 22 parcels along the Continental Divide between Grays Peak and Georgia Pass from Summit County Government to preserve the ...

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Posted on: October 26, 2020

Summit County Trails Crew Reflects on 2020 Field Season

Summit County logo

New Mineral Hill Trail and Willow Brook Trail bridge replacement projects highlights of another successful trails maintenance and construction season

Contact: Jason Lederer, Summit County Open Space and Trails

The Open Space and Trails Department seasonal t...

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Posted on: September 14, 2020

Dillon Reservoir Recreational Pathway Detour Starts Monday, September 28

Dillon Dam Road Recpath

A detour will be in place along the Dillon Reservoir Recreational Pathway where it parallels Dillon Dam Road for approximately four weeks to accommodate Recpath shoulder maintenance work

Contact: Jason Lederer, Summit County Open Space & Trail...

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Posted on: September 2, 2020

Summit County Reminds Residents to Recreate Responsibly and #CareForColorado

Swan River Trailhead

Summit County Joins Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Colorado Tourism Office, National Park Service, United States Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management in Recognizing Care for Colorado Week

Contact: Jason Lederer, Summit County Open Space & Trails

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