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There have, in fact, been new motorized trails and routes developed and designated in Mesa County in the last decade.  While elk may still be in higher country in the fall, the winter range provided by lower elevation lands (such as in the Bangs Canyon area) are critical to the herds’ survival.  BLM acknoledges that “Elk use is significant across much of the western half of the area.” There are significant portions of critical winter habitat for elk and deer throughout the foothills, mesas, and canyons of the Uncompahgre, including in Bangs.



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