Open Space and Mountain Parks to begin major flood-repair work in the coming weeks The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department this fall will begin two large projects to repair the Chautauqua Trail and trail sections south of the National Center
Summer is prime trail running season in the high Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The snow has mostly melted from the high peaks, the lakes are full, the air is crisp and cool, and the wildflowers are in full bloom. To some extent, there is no
A plan to extend the Boulder Creek Path to Betasso Link trailhead (the Boulder Canyon Trail) is open to public feedback Thursday Jan. 21 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Alfalfa’s Market Community Room in Boulder. In 2014, the Colorado Department of Transportation approved a
Each year the quest of vistas of golden aspens take front-range locals high up into the mountains to spend time among the magic of the changing colors during the fading of summer light. But you don’t have to travel hours on the road in order to enjoy change of color this season.
Here are a few trails within a short drive from Boulder which you can hike or run to get your color fix.
The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will begin weekday closures of the Royal Arch Trail starting next week so trail crews can rebuild steep sections of the trail. Royal Arch Trail will be closed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays starting April 21
The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will reopen the Royal Arch Trail, a popular Boulder trail that sustained significant damage during the 2013 September floods, on Saturday, Nov. 8. For more than a century, the Royal Arch Trail has allowed
Starting on Monday, July 7, the Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will begin a trail project that will extend the Anemone Trail west of Boulder and also restore native vegetation in the trail area. The completed trail project will provide about 3.2 miles
Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks is looking for 50 volunteers to help restore the East Boulder/White Rocks Trail in Gunbarrel on June 7th, for National Trails Day. Restoration of this flood damaged trail will involve moving crusher fines with wheelbarrows then laying and shaping the
Open Space and Mountain Parks to close numerous trails because of snowy and muddy conditions The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will close multiple trailheads and trails across its system tomorrow, Tuesday, May 13, because recent rain and melting snow have caused
Many of OSMP’s trails were heavily impacted by the September 2013 flood event. When: Monday, April 28th 10am-4pm Many of OSMP’s trails were heavily impacted by the September 2013 flood event. Thirty volunteers are needed for this trail project. Restoration of this flood damaged trail will
The opening of the re-routed Upper Big Bluestem Trail comes about eight months after OSMP crews began work to re-align the trail away from important stream corridors that provide habitats for black bears and other species.
The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department reopened the last remaining closed section of the Mesa Trail today. The reopening of all sections of the popular trail – which stretches from the Chautauqua area to the South Mesa Trailhead near Eldorado
Beginning in the evening on July 28, Community Ditch Trail will be closed at State Highway 93. The closure is likely to last for most of the next year in order to facilitate the installation of an underpass that will allow trail users to cross SH 93 without
Part of the Trails & Beer: A Perfect Pair series where we asked local runners about their favorite places to run and to pair it with the beer in which they celebrate post-run. [box type=”note” size=”large” icon=”none”]The Runner: Rich Castro The Trails: Switzerland Trail The Beer: Twisted
S9: Teller Farm South to Dry Creek Connector: Teller Farm to Dry Creek 3mi View Trail Around Boulder – TAB in a larger map [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157634136104506″] More photos on Flickr Description Pedestrians may cross Arapahoe and climb over a gate into a cattle