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At least 19 people have gotten tickets this spring for using trails closed for mud

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Colorado Trails Closed Due To Mud

Carrie Hurich

I grew up in the foothills as part of a hard-working family, where I learned the value of a strong work ethic...

I grew up in the foothills as part of a hard-working family, where I learned the value of a strong work ethic...

Mar 27 1 minutes read

A very snowy winter has meant that many front range trails are super muddy -- and some of them have been forced to close. Ignoring those closures could net you a $150 ticket.

It’s mud season in Colorado, and if you’re a hiker, mountain biker or runner, you know this is not the ideal time to hit the trails.

This having nothing to do with getting your shoes dirty, and everything to do with the fact that excessive trail use in muddy conditions erodes the state’s natural resources. That’s why many local parks have been forced to close some particularly muddy trails while they dry out.

For more information click: You can find information about closed trails in Jefferson County here: https://bit.ly/2FBhAoX



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