San Luis Valley Great Outdoors received a $250,532 grant from GOCO’s $15 million Resilient Communities program, which helps grantee partners advance outdoor recreation, stewardship, and land protection work in light of COVID-19. SLV GO!’s Great Outdoors Action Teams (GOATs) will complete 4 trail projects in Alamosa, San Luis, and Monte Vista. At Rito Seco park, crews are working on a new trail system and will finish a connection to Batenburg Meadows. In Alamosa, crews will complete the final portion of the Blanca Vista trail and build a boardwalk on nearby Alamosa Oxbow Trail. Finally, in Monte Vista, crews will build the 1.2-mile Monte Vista Wetlands trail, connecting neighborhoods to local businesses. Each project provides more recreation in the Valley and employment opportunities for crew members. Learn more about the GOATs and SLV GO! at the link below.
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"Winter Park Resort is built on the transformative nature of venturing out….
“Winter Park Resort is built on the transformative nature of venturing out… And now more than ever, it feels like that is what we all need. We’re excited to venture out this winter with our favorite people: YOU, skiers and riders, adventurers and mountain enthusiasts.
Winter Park plans to open for the 2020/21 winter season as we usually do in mid-November, following all appropriate guidelines.”
Read the full letter from Winter Park Resort’s President here: https://bit.ly/2XXslvO
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