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Due to a reporting error, an article in Tuesday’s Aspen Times erroneously said 8,260 acres of inventoried roadless lands on Burnt Mountain lost that designation because of the 2012 Colorado Roadless Rule. That figure was the amount of acreage within all Colorado ski area special-use permits that lost the roadless designation.

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