Mountain bikers launch campaign to fund trails

9th February, 2016 by

By scott miller

VAIL — The Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association is seeking trail enthusiasts to help the organization raise $50,000 to fund an Adopt-A-Trail program. Currently, Eagle County has more than 600 miles of U.S. Forest Service trails in Eagle County and a two-person ranger trail crew. The fundraising campaign will provide funds for an additional seasonal Forest Service ranger and an independent coordinator and it will cover other costs associated with a proposed valleywide Adopt-a-Trail program. The ranger would supervise the program, focusing on basic trail maintenance on the existing system within the Eagle-Holy Cross Ranger District to include cleaning drainage …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed



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