We extend our most sincere compliments to all the volunteers that came out On June 16th, 2018 at Reynolds Park working to improve the Reynolds to North Fork Trail with some tread widening above the old sediment pond with back-slope improvement and vegetation management on this outstanding 9.5 mi. of trail connecting Reynolds Park with the Colorado Trail at the confluence of the North Fork and Main Stem of the S. Platte River.  Feedback from JCOS and trail users on the results has been outstanding!

On August 11th, 2018 the Trailblazers will again be partnering with the S. Platte Ranger District in the BCRA of the Pike National Forest.  We will be removing a stump to re-establish a segment of trail tread and reinforcing trail design in a couple of spots on the lower sections of Nice Kitty Trail.  Access is very good and close to the staging area!  Please review a bit of detail below for our 8/11/2018 Trail Day.


Colorado Trailblazers provide . . .

  • We’ll supply Breakfast . . . Bagels, Spread, Juice, & Coffee!
  • When we’re done with the trail work, there will be a post work BBQ with Burgers, Brats, Cookies & Chips!
  • All Tools and Leadership to build great trail.

Directions . . .

 From Denver take U.S. 285 south to County Highway 126, Pine Junction, then south on 126.  Proceed through Pine Grove to Buffalo Creek (where the North Fork of the S. Platte River crosses the road). About ½ mile south of the North Fork of the S. Platte River crossing County Highway 126, turn west (right) onto Buffalo Creek Rd. (FS Rd. 543).  A primitive lot with portable toilet is located approximately ¼ mi. west on FS 543 from Highway 126.  However, we suggest driving west on FS Rd. 543 approximately 1 mi. from Highway 126 in the proximity of the first metal gate on FS 543.  The trail building staging area is just past the metal gate on the left denoted by the “Parking” on the map.

  • Look for the Trailblazers’ tent canopies on the left just past the gate.
  • Plan your travel to arrive around 8:00 am to get fueled up and meet everyone.

Volunteers need to bring . . .

  • Enthusiasm and energized muscles to help us build these great trails for our community!
  • Wear comfortable work clothes . . . long pants, long sleeve shirt, and boots!
  • Bring a lunch, snacks and lots of water for during the day while on trail!
  • Don’t forget work gloves, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and jacket, just in case!


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