Trail work starts Tuesday on Prince Creek Road |

Trail work starts Tuesday on Prince Creek Road

Staff report

Every Tuesday evening starting today through Aug. 15, Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers will be coordinating volunteer projects from 4 p.m. to dusk.

The organization is partnering up with the Bureau of Land Management, Pitkin County Open Space and Trails and the Roaring Fork Mountain Biking Association on this project.

Volunteers will be constructing new trail along Prince Creek Road, which organizers say will enhance safety by separating vehicles from trail users.

Volunteers can arrive any time after 4 p.m.; the Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers tent will be located at the BLM parking lot about 4.6 miles up Prince Creek Road off Highway 133. Dinner and drinks will be provided, and volunteers will earn an entry to win a Cima Cycles TR-5 mountain bike from Ute City Cycles and RFMBA.

To sign up for this project or for more information, visit, email or call 970-927-8241.

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