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FEATURED HIKES: SPRING
The flowers are blooming...the birds are singing...the grass is green...and the high peaks are still covered in lots of snow. Springtime in Colorado. While the weather is getting stranger and the mountains are trying to melt and drain, hiking trails at the lower elevations of Colorado are taking center stage. Mild temperatures and dry conditions (except for the occasional mud) mark the start of Colorado's hiking season. Here are a few suggestions for you to start getting those legs ready to tackle the high peaks this summer.
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.