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Mount Evans slated to open June 4, Brainard June 11 FORT COLLINS, Colo. (May 25, 2021) – Visitors to Mount Evans and Brainard Lake, two popular locations on the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests, will be required to make reservations through … Continue reading
Trail Closures – updated May 17, 2021 May update: OSMP’s trail construction contractor will be utilizing a helicopter to mobilize materials to the Anemone Hill trail construction project site. Helicopter work will require a public safety closure on the Anemone Hill and … Continue reading
OSMP will begin a trail project to re-route a 1/3-mile section of Bear Canyon Trail the week of May 24, and expected to last through November 2021. Bear Canyon Trail will be closed to public access from 6 am – 5 … Continue reading
Two More Trails Are now open at Heil Valley Ranch after the CalWood Fire. The north side of Wild Turkey Trail and the Ponderosa Loop are open; the Picture Rock Trail re-opened on Friday, Dec. 4. This area is open … Continue reading
BOULDER COUNTY, CO — Most Boulder County Open Space closures have been lifted, parks officials said. The parkland is reopening “due to the decreased fire danger and current weather conditions,” Boulder County Parks and Open Space said in a news … Continue reading
Here is an article from Colorado Public Radio about our local National Forest closures.
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BATCO is pleased to announce a cool new way to enjoy the trails west of Boulder and support the Trail Around Boulder at the same time. This is a joint project with Jon “Cowboy” Eisen, who is challenging trail runners … Continue reading
Ta Da!!! It’s been a long time coming, but with your help we may soon have an amazing new trail extending more than 9 miles between Boulder and Erie! BATCO identified this trail alignment waaaay back in 1996 and we … Continue reading
PROTECT PEOPLE, STAY HOME. IN ANY CASE, PRACTICE SAFE AND RESPONSIBLE RECREATION Our shared open space and parks make Boulder, Boulder. However, during this extraordinary time, please remain at home as much as possible and avoid visiting crowded open space … Continue reading