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Highlights from a few projects in 2022 


Thanks to the generosity of contributing Roundup Riders, the Heritage and Trails Foundation has been able to make some important and significant grants for trail work and improvement projects around Colorado.  The foundation receives funding requests from many organizations and many U. S. Forest Districts

Colorado Mountain Club

Colorado Mountain Club volunteers worked on Major Creek Trail in Sangre de Cristo Mountains, tackled a trail near Gunnison and broke ground on a new section of trail near Minturn.

Wildlands Restoration Volunteers

Wildlands Restoration volunteers removed a log jammed along Arapaho Pass Trail in the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area and constructed a new wilderness bridge.

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado installed new water bars for erosion control.

Colorado Trail Foundation

Performed a trail restoration near Illinois Creek; Collegiate West Section of CT, upgraded a trail near Little Molas Lake and installed an open rock drain near Marshall Pass. 

Southwest Conservation Corps

Youth Coprs volunteers cleared corridor along Chris Park Trail System and improved widening a section of trail.

Western Slope Conservation Center

Western Slope Conservation Center Volunteers cleared trails near Paonia. 

None of this work would be possible without the significant and generous support from Roundup Riders. Your dedication to the Heritage and Trails Foundation is having a profound and lasting impact on our state, the public trails that benefit Coloradans and tourists alike, and, perhaps most important, the development of our youth. The Heritage and Trails Foundation Board thanks you!

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