Help has arrived for deteriorating Ice Lakes Trail

News

Help has arrived for deteriorating Ice Lakes Trail

Impacts of overuse prompt educational effort by San Juan Mountains Association
Brent Schoradt, right, executive director of the San Juan Mountains Association, and Kelly Rubin, an SJMA volunteer, said the response from hikers to volunteers at the tiny home at the Ice Lakes trailhead has been positive. They hope it translates to improved conditions on the deteriorating trail.
Brent Schoradt, executive director of the San Juan Mountains Association, said bringing the tiny home up to Ice Lakes was a partnership between SJMA, the U.S. Forest Service, Outdoor Research and Backcountry Experience.
Mark Lambert, with the U.S. Forest Service, said Ice Lakes Trail is taking the brunt of increased popularity and use of trails in the San Juan Mountains.

Help has arrived for deteriorating Ice Lakes Trail

Brent Schoradt, right, executive director of the San Juan Mountains Association, and Kelly Rubin, an SJMA volunteer, said the response from hikers to volunteers at the tiny home at the Ice Lakes trailhead has been positive. They hope it translates to improved conditions on the deteriorating trail.
Brent Schoradt, executive director of the San Juan Mountains Association, said bringing the tiny home up to Ice Lakes was a partnership between SJMA, the U.S. Forest Service, Outdoor Research and Backcountry Experience.
Mark Lambert, with the U.S. Forest Service, said Ice Lakes Trail is taking the brunt of increased popularity and use of trails in the San Juan Mountains.
click here to add your event
Area Events