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Trail Conditions

Mud Season

The Town of Breckenridge’s trail system is an important community asset. Please use these trails so that they are sustainable and enjoyable for other users, now and in the future.

The Muddy Meters pictured above are distributed throughout the trail system offer users a chance to “report” on the trail conditions* on given trails. Please vote your conscience and slide the meter to the conditions you encountered when you use the trails.

 Town Muddy River Trailstaff also provides regularly updated TRAIL CONDITIONS for your convenience.

*Trail conditions can vary widely day-to-day, based on many factors: trail design, soil types, aspect, slope, precipitation amounts, and time of day, to name a few. Basically, if your bike or hiking shoes are muddy, or if your use left deep imprints on the trail, you should turn around seek other, drier trails. When in doubt, use the trails when they are dry or frozen- even muddy spots freeze overnight and can be sustainably used.

All trails located in Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Preserve are closed until July 5, 2016 for moose calving and chick rearing. Please refrain from entering the Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Preserve during this sensitive period. Thank you for helping protect this community asset.

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Last updated: 6/28/2016 2:53:10 PM