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Posts Tagged ‘mountain bikes’

Issues and Solutions for the Eldo-to-Walker Trail and the Indian Peaks Traverse

Issues and Solutions for the Eldo-to-Walker Trail and the Indian Peaks Traverse

By Jason Vogel, President, Indian Peaks Traverse Coalition; Lynn Gussinger, RTD District O Representative (opinions expressed here are hers alone); Stefan Griebel, former board member, Action Committee for Eldorado; and Hunter Smith, former [...]

Next Steps for Developing a Trail from Eldorado Canyon State Park to Walker Ranch

Next Steps for Developing a Trail from Eldorado Canyon State Park to Walker Ranch

By Jason Vogel and Allyn Feinberg, Indian Peaks Traverse Coalition We write today as members of a grassroots organization promoting a non-motorized, back country trail from Boulder to Winter Park. We call this proposed trail the Indian Peaks [...]

Reflections of Boulder’s Youngest Elder Statesman

Reflections of Boulder’s Youngest Elder Statesman

Former Boulder County Commissioner Will Toor (photo from swenergy.org) In a wide-ranging talk before a PLAN-Boulder County forum on Friday, March 1, term-limited, newly retired Boulder County Commissioner Will Toor spun colorful anecdotes, [...]

The Voters’ Message

The Voters’ Message

It doesn’t take a PhD to understand the outcome of Tuesday’s City Council vote, despite the Daily Camera’s (11-3-11) efforts to explain the election through a national anti-incumbency lens. I believe City of Boulder voters were simply voting [...]

Peace Corps Journal | Andrew in Madagascar

Peace Corps Journal | Andrew in Madagascar

"So here I am, flying down a rocky hill on my Peace Corps-issued Trek mountain bike when I come upon three men hauling coconuts into town. Each one has a thick stick of bamboo slung over his shoulder with a basket hanging from each end. This is how [...]

Anemone Hill: Does It Need an Obituary?

Anemone Hill: Does It Need an Obituary?

I am 93 years old, arrived in Boulder in September, 1946, and lived in the uppermost cottage (701) in Chautauqua. I had grown up in New York City, but had been a young naturalist since age 5. When I was twelve I became an  avid birder, and learned [...]

Boulder Weekly | It’s not about the bike

Boulder Weekly | It’s not about the bike

Some say that the desires and demographics of the city of Boulder are shifting and that conservation policies need to accommodate those changes. Others point out that this isn’t the first time a group of recreationists has come into conflict with [...]

The Long and Winding Trail that Leads to the West TSA

The Long and Winding Trail that Leads to the West TSA

The process of developing a management plan for the West Trail Study Area— encompassing Boulder’s mountain backdrop and everyone’s favorite trails and climbs—has now been going on for well over two years, and the results are scheduled to go [...]

Mountain Biking on Anemone Loop?

Mountain Biking on Anemone Loop?

Through the West Trail Study Area Plan, Open Space and Mountain Parks department (OSMP) and the Open Space board of Trustees (OSBT) are in the process of developing recommendations for the OSMP lands that comprise the mountain backdrop west of [...]

Amsterdam: What can Boulder learn from you?

Amsterdam: What can Boulder learn from you?

Two experts from Amsterdam will share stories and pictures of transportation, mobility and urban planning in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe. Please join us for this free Brown Bag Luncheon presentation, Wednesday, November 10 from noon [...]

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