Young view of Shadow Mountain |

Young view of Shadow Mountain

My family joins our neighbors in support of leaving Shadow Mountain’s beauty unchanged and intact.

The soft green forest of Shadow Mountain is enjoyed by joggers, bikers, and foot traffic. This experience has been enhanced as a result of the City Council (with Community and our support) designating Hopkins as a primary pedestrian/bike route. We believe it is safer for Aspen’s children to be off the street as much as possible and on the midland right of way.

We are especially anxious for the City and County elders to save our trail and mountain from development.

Paul Young


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