If approved, the trail—which would be used for mountain biking, running and hiking—could be constructed in the fall of 2015 or spring of 2016. The goal is to have most of the trail construction, lay-out and design completed by volunteer groups.
Maps of the proposed trail can be found online at the Dillon Field Office website: http://blm.gov/36ld
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