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Here in Colorado, we take our trails pretty seriously. Check this out: 

Colorado launches online guide to 39,000 miles of every kind of trail

Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Colorado Trail Explorer website part of Hickenlooper’s Colorado Beautiful Initiative

http://www.denverpost.com/2017/06/02/colorado-39000-miles-trails-together-online/

 

Spanning 226 jurisdictions, the interactive map — at cpw.state.co.us/cts — marks the first run at gathering every hiking, biking and multi-use trail in Colorado in a single location. For years that trail info has been stitched across a patchwork of websites, field offices and guidebooks.

 

The Colorado Trail Explorer, developed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, includes 17,099 trails and 1,431 trailheads. The mapped trails include 5,683 miles of hiking trails, 6,821 miles of mountain biking trails, 24,906 miles of motorized trails and unpaved roads, and 1,746 miles of paved bike trails.

 

 

Colorado: we're soooooo out there! Smiley Happy

 

 

 

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We rode on a local riverside rec trail, through a state park, onto the Front Range trail to another local rec trail (this one along pasture lands) ... then did it all again in reverse. Smiley Wink 

 

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June 3rd, today, was National Trails Day. Who got out to enjoy our gorgeous country?

 

Hey, it's OK if you didn't know: tomorrow's another day, right?

 

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