Trails and Open Space Blog

  • CMSP July Naturalist Programs

    By on July 2, 2019

    Cheyenne Mountain State Park offers Naturalist Programs & More throughout the month of July.  Drop by the Visitor Center to learn how to earn your patch for the Trail Challenge or 100 mile Challenge!  You can relax with a yoga instructor every Mon, Wed, and Sat at 9:00 am at the Visitor Center.  A park pass is required for all

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  • Mueller State Park-July Programs

    By on July 2, 2019

    Mueller State Park offers hikes and programs for all ages throughout the month of July.  A few of the many hikes they offer are as follows: Sunday, July 7th-Hike Outlook Ridge to Lost Pond at 9:00 am Thursday, July 11th-Hike Cahill Loop at 9:00 am Saturday, July 13-Hike Peak View at 8:00 am Sunday, July 14-Bird Walk with Aiken Audobon

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  • Adventure Day-Cheyenne Mountain State Park

    By on July 2, 2019

      Adventure Day-Cheyenne Mountain State Park! Saturday, August 3rd 9:00am-1:30pm Limekiln Trailhead Bring family and friends for a day of fun! Activities include: Outdoor Games, Tomahawk Throwing, Archery, Birding, Wildlife Watching, Fishing, and much much more!  Complete as many of the activities as you can to earn more chances at winning RAFFLE PRIZES! The raffle prizes will be announced promptly

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  • Legacy Loop Update

    By on July 2, 2019

    The Legacy Loop is a half mile closer to being completed. A stretch of trail adjacent and north of the Legacy Loop plaza was recently paved to the delight of cyclists and runners. Some fencing will be added over the next few weeks to improve safety. At that time the trail will officially open.  The next Legacy Loop project will

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  • News June 26, 2019

    By on June 26, 2019

    News June 26, 2019 BIKE TO WORK DAY Bike to Work Day is happening right now, Wednesday, June 26.Come visit us at the sustain-a-center! We will be serving up delicious pancakes and Switchback Coffee. Bicycling commuters can access lots of fun activities throughout the day: morning breakfast stations, afternoon water stations and evening happy hour celebrations. Riding your bike to work positively affects air

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  • Construction by High Chaparral Open Space

    By on June 25, 2019

    We’ve gotten several inquiries from concerned citizens about some construction near Barnes and Powers, right by the High Chaparral Open Space. The Cornella Brothers Excavating company is building a townhouse development on Chaparral. On 6/21/19, scrub oak on the south side of the trail was removed. The Trails and Open Space Coalition  contacted Parks and Rec Department and received the

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  • Construction of flood mitigation facility at Garden of Gods Park to begin mid-June

    By on June 25, 2019

    Construction of flood mitigation facility at Garden of Gods Park to begin mid-June Grant-funded project helps protect park and neighborhood, may remove 110 properties from floodplain Work will soon begin in the far northeastern portion of Garden of the Gods Park to construct a large stormwater detention and sediment collection facility. The facility will serve to protect Garden of the

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  • July Member Hike: Blodgett Open Space

    By on June 20, 2019

    July Member Hike: Blodgett Open Space Join Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) and the Friends of Peregrine Open Spaces and Parks for a nice light hike in Blodgett Peak Open Space led by Aaron Rogers. The hike will begin on the west woodmen trail, then transitions onto unnamed trails that pass through three newly acquired parcels of open space. This gentle hike

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  • News June 19, 2019

    By on June 19, 2019

    News June 19, 2019 Cripple Creek Signals Green Light For Ring the Peak Trail Connection After much discussion, Cripple Creek city leaders are now showing support for trail construction in southern Teller County because of the economic development that will accompany the completion of the approximate 100-mile, multi-use route around America’s favorite mountain. A number of aspects of the route still have

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  • Trail Etiquette Tips for Dog Owners

    By on June 18, 2019

    Trail Etiquette Tips for Dog Owners – by Dr John Sudduth 10 Guidelines I Follow as a Veterinarian and Dog Owner When I Use the Trails Realize that Dog Ownership is Voluntary. Having a dog is one of the most wonderful experiences I have ever had. And while that is true, we all must realize that dog ownership is also

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