Singletrack for Rocky Mountain National Park?By Michael Frank on February 15th, 2013
There’s a plan in its infancy to add a mountain bike trail to Rocky Mountain National Park. Or, kinda. The details are fuzzy because the 15.5-mile-long trail for use by hikers and cyclists that would run from the Fall River Entrance to Sprague Lake is still just one option. One of the goals RMNP officials have is to tie new trail networks to the existing and extensive ones in nearby Estes Park and the Estes Valley Recreation and Park District. But there are a lot of maybes still to be settled. For example, there’s talk of paving the path to make it more multi-user friendly, the issue of whether horses would be allowed, and the usual concerns of managing multiple user groups. But hey, at least they’re talking about it. Via National Parks Traveler.
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