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    Default Pike/San Isabel NF "latest" trail Information

    There is some interesting reading through the links at the bottom of the page:, new as of April of this year according to the verbiage. The spreadsheets show the options B through E for many trails, looks like "E" is for extreme as this is where Hackett shows as decommissioning for example. It is also where Chinaman/Carnage show the potential for seasonal closure. There are a lot of trails on the list, still many showing as "leave as is" which is a good thing.

    More of an FYI, but reiterates the need to stay the trail, keep them clean, and stay off when they state they are closed. Also to have your voice heard at any chance for public comment on the matter. There is a "Get Involved" link at the top of the page.
    Im happy to be here, but still a little sad to be here too. Sometimes its better to travel than to arrive. Robert Pirsig

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