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FEATURED HIKES: LATE WINTER
Spring may be approaching but with an above average snowfall over the last month, winter is going to stick around in the mountains for quite some time. Now is the time to take advantage of some great opportunities to play in the snow. Be sure to be extra cautious for late season avalanche conditions and here are a few suggestions for winter hiking and snowshoeing with little or no avalanche danger. For more winter hiking suggestions click here.
COLORADO HIKING NEWS
September 18, 2018 - Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge Opens with 10.3 miles of Trails and Plenty of Controversy - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service opened the trail system at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday September 15th. While this area promises wonderful hiking opportunities at the base of the Front Range foothills, it is not without a certain degree of controversy over the refuges past history of building uranium nuclear triggers for the U.S. Military. Click here for a good article and be sure to do your own research before heading out on the trails.