Trails and Open Space Blog

  • Mavic Haute Route Rockies 2017

    By on January 24, 2017

    One of the most prestigious cycling events for amateur riders will come to Colorado this summer, and the exciting final stage and finish will take place in Colorado Springs, hosted by the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation. Mavic Haute Route Rockies 2017 will feature seven timed, ranked and fully-supported stages from Saturday, June 24 to Friday, June 30. The Start Village opens on Friday, June 23.

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  • REOPENED-Greenway Closure Jan 16 – 20

    By on January 15, 2017

    Update Jan 21st–Greenway has re-opened.  Greenway closure at Cimarron St is scheduled to go into effect Monday, Jan. 16 through Friday, Jan. 20 to remove the old Cimarron St bridge. Detours are posted: • On city streets from America the Beautiful Park – head east on trail/sidewalk from pedestrian bridge over Monument Creek to Cimino Drive (east of America the

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  • GOCO awards $100K grant to our Ring the Peak Project

    By on December 13, 2016

    The Trails and Open Space Coalition has received a Great Outdoors Colorado Connect Initiative Trail Planning Grant for the Ring the Peak Trail Project.

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  • PlanCOS

    By on November 7, 2016

    “What do you want Colorado Springs to be in 10-20 years?” #PlanCOS will set the stage for the city’s future. It’s time for Colorado Springs to get citizens involved to create a plan for the next 10 to 20 years for our City. Have your say!

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  • New Parking in Ute Valley Park

    By on November 1, 2016

    Friends of Ute Valley Park report that the trailhead and parking area for the East Loop Trail on the northeast side of Ute Valley Park is now open. Access is via the entrance to the Hewlett Packard property off of Rockrimmon Blvd. Looking forward, this trailhead access will be important as the completion of the East Loop comes about in the near

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  • Forest Restoration Projects scheduled

    By on October 25, 2016

    The City Forestry Department has placed a large amount of pink and orange flagging in Stratton Open Space and University Park (and soon Bear Creek Canyon Park) which designates boundaries for future forest restoration projects. Blue paint means a “leave” tree that will remain after cutting. Red paint means edge of boundary.

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  • Incline to close August 20, 2016

    By on August 12, 2016

    The Manitou Incline will close August 20, 2016, two days earlier than previously announced.

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  • Colorado Health Foundation Funds Bike Colorado Springs Initiative

    By on July 29, 2016

    The Colorado Health Foundation has funded a $75,000 initiative of Trails and Open Space and Kids on Bikes to launch Bike Colorado Springs. The goal is to activate the Legacy Loop as a vibrant cultural destination that families can explore from the seat of a bike.

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