133-mile Scenic Byway plan undergoing update

Ranch buildings nestle next to a lake below Thimble Rock, left, in the valley of Unaweep Canyon near the divide. Unaweep Canyon is geologically unique in that East Creek and West Creek flow out opposite ends of the canyon.



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Ranch buildings nestle next to a lake below Thimble Rock, left, in the valley of Unaweep Canyon near the divide. Unaweep Canyon is geologically unique in that East Creek and West Creek flow out opposite ends of the canyon.

Beginning this month, and well into next year, people from three counties will be working with a Longmont-based firm to update the corridor management plan for the Unaweep/Tabeguache Scenic…




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