Pay a visit to Filoha Meadows |

Pay a visit to Filoha Meadows

REDSTONE – Filoha Meadows, a unique piece of Pitkin County open space with rare orchids, thermal wetlands and fireflies, will be the focus of three evening tours in July.

Participants will have a chance to tour areas of the meadows that are otherwise closed to public access with a guide from the Roaring Fork Conservancy. Issues related to Filoha Meadows and the Crystal Valley, including a habitat-improvement project, will be discussed. The property is located north of Redstone off Highway 133.

Scheduled tours are Monday, Thursday and July 10 and 11, all from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

The tour is free and underwritten by Pitkin County Open Space and Trails, but registration is required – go to to sign up. Spots tend to fill up quickly.

For more information, visit or call 970-927-1290.

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