National Trails Day

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Together We'll Improve 2,802 Miles of Trail
on National Trails Day

Each year, people all across the country set out on trails in celebration of American Hiking Society's National Trails Day®. This year, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the National Trail System, American Hiking Society has set a goal to improve 2,802 miles of trail—the distance across the U.S.—on June 2nd for National Trails Day®.

In joining the effort on National Trails Day®, we will rally together at Oxbow Natural Area (1140 Rossum Dr.) on June 2 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for a bike, hike and build event.

Volunteers Needed to Build Trail

Together we'll improve Oxbow East Natural Area by building a new 0.3-mile soft-surface trail loop. Volunteers please register via Offero. We encourage you to take the National Trails Day® pledge and join us as we hit the trail and leave it better than we found it during #NationalTrailsDay.

Bonus! Enjoy New Section of Recreation Trail

Cyclists and pedestrians are invited to use the new three-quarter mile section of paved trail that connects Rossum Drive to the City’s Recreation Trail just west of Namaqua Road. The Rossum Drive connection provides residents on the far west side of town (Mariana Butte area) with safe, convenient access to the City’s 20 mile paved trail system.

View the full agenda for National Trails Day in Loveland.

 National Trails Day in Loveland


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