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USFS making it flow

Dear Editor:

The Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association would like to share our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the National Forest Service’s Aspen Ranger District for being so responsive to requests to clear the tons of downfall on Red Mountain’s Hobbit Trail, Secret Trail, Sunnyside and the Government Trail. All of these trails are fully clear and open for everybody’s enjoyment.

Many kudos to your hard work!

Charlie Eckart

Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association

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