Paths to Mesa Verde depends on easements

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Paths to Mesa Verde depends on easements

Initial outreach positive as preliminary routes for Paths to Mesa Verde unveiled
Scott Belonger, left, of Loris and Associates, assists citizens about where a proposed trail crosses private property. Property owners marked their land red if they did not want the trail to cross, and green or yellow if they were willing to discuss it.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Locals gatheried around maps showing proposed trail routes for the Paths to Mesa Verde that would connect Cortez and Mancos, with spurs to the county faigrounds, Mesa Verde National Park, Phil’s World trail system, and Southwest Colorado Community College.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Sandy Simons, of Mesa Verde Backcountry Horsemen, writes in a comment on accomodating equestrian use on the trail.

Paths to Mesa Verde depends on easements

Scott Belonger, left, of Loris and Associates, assists citizens about where a proposed trail crosses private property. Property owners marked their land red if they did not want the trail to cross, and green or yellow if they were willing to discuss it.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Locals gatheried around maps showing proposed trail routes for the Paths to Mesa Verde that would connect Cortez and Mancos, with spurs to the county faigrounds, Mesa Verde National Park, Phil’s World trail system, and Southwest Colorado Community College.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Sandy Simons, of Mesa Verde Backcountry Horsemen, writes in a comment on accomodating equestrian use on the trail.
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