Vail Valley fundraising effort nets trail help

29th April, 2016 by

By Ross Leonhart

EAGLE COUNTY — A reduced budget and limited personnel makes 2.3 million acres of White River National Forest a challenge for the U.S. Forest Service rangers to maintain.After watching this national trend for the past couple of years and seeing how other areas across the country attempt to cope with it, the Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association hatched the Adopt a Ranger plan to fund two new positions focused on local trails, one of them being a Forest Service job.“Ideally this is going to keep the trails that get a lot of use in much better shape,” said Bill Hoblitzell, …

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