Work connects trails for horse lovers, hikers near Fruita

Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Members of the Grand Mesa Backcountry Horsemen and Friends of McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area scratch a new trail in the desert in the conservation area this morning. The new trail, which will run about a third of a mile, is expected be completed today and is being built under the direction of park rangers with the Bureau of Land Management.



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Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Members of the Grand Mesa Backcountry Horsemen and Friends of McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area scratch a new trail in the desert in the conservation area this morning. The new trail, which will run about a third of a mile, is expected be completed today and is being built under the direction of park rangers with the Bureau of Land Management.

Getting along on horseback in the area of Devils Canyon in McInnis Canyons National Conversation Area had never been a problem for 67-year-old Mark Ackerman. Finding parking space that…




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