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2006 Accomplishments: Another Great Summer for the Trail
In 2006 alone, 779 Volunteers contributed 18,035 hours caring for The Colorado Trail!
- Managed 56 Adopters, communicated, reported, etc.
- Removed 359 fallen trees
- Cleaned 241 water diversions
Trail Crew Volunteers:
- Managed 16 week-long and 5 weekend Volunteer Trail Crews
- Constructed 15,860 feet of new Trail
- Improved and maintained 20.39 miles of tread
- Built 17 miles of spectacular, non-motorized reroute atop Cataract Ridge
- Built 2 major bridges and 304 water diversions (culverts, water bars, rolling dips)
- Constructed 57 rock cairns
- Erected 39 sign posts for trail markers
- Built 650 feet of buck and pole fence to assist Trail users and land managers
Click here to read the 2006 Trail Crew reports and view photos.
Volunteer Trail Crews and Adopters contributed an astounding $325,531.75 worth of labor in 2006.
Thanks to our Volunteers, the CT remains one of the nation's premier long distance trails.
Trail maintenance is ongoing thanks to the CTF and our Volunteers.
All of this care of The Colorado Trail was made possible by your contributions!
A job well done!