Green Trails, Greenways, and an Ecosystem of Trails
Steamboat Springs, Colorado is home to world-class, year-round outdoor recreation and is a Silver-Level IMBA Ride Center™. To meet the growing demand for outdoor recreation and address unauthorized trails in the Routt-Medicine Bow National Forest, IMBA Local Chapter Routt County Riders (RCR) has been working for over a decade on the Mad Rabbit trails project.
The US Forest Service (USFS) has released the long-awaited draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the next phase of the Mad Rabbit trails project and is soliciting public comments until Wednesday, November 22.
RCR is encouraging mountain bikers to show support for the project by submitting comments. Input from the mountain biking community will help ensure the resulting trails plan meets the purpose and need of the original proposal while protecting wildlife habitat and other natural resources in the area.
If you live near Steamboat Springs or visit the area for great riding, the Forest Service needs to hear from you.
Submit your comment through the form below before November 22. You can personalize your message for greater impact.
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