The removal of hazardous fuels along the National Forest boundary with private property on Little Vasquez Road (a.k.a. Arapahoe Road) is now complete as is roadside hazard tree removal work on that portion of road.
By the end of this weekend (June 24), the following roads and trails are expected to REOPEN:
·Twin Bridges east of Blue Sky
Beginning June 20, due to roadside hazard tree removal work, the following roads and trails will be temporarily CLOSED:
·Vasquez Road (FSR 148)
·East D4 (from WTB)
For safety reasons, adjacent trails and dispersed campsites are temporarily closed to all users (including those on foot, bike, ATV and horseback). Please help us complete this work efficiently and quickly by respecting closures and encouraging others to do the same. Heavy machinery is in use in these areas and trees are being felled and moved. Machine operators have a very limited field of vision and may not see people walking or biking nearby. These closures are for your safety. Work along this road is expected to take several weeks. Blue Sky, WTB, Twin Bridges and Leland Creek Road will remain open.
Author:Margaret Sonnek Phone: 970-531-0183 Dated: June 22nd 2012 Views: 2,002 About Margaret: Realtor Since: 1989
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