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Dillon Ranger District: Road and trail closures continue

JANICE KURBJUN
summit daily news

Hazard tree clearing will continue throughout the Dillon Ranger District until Oct. 15. Dead and/or dying trees along forest roads and trails will be felled by firefighting crews using chainsaws.  

The following trails will be affected: Peaks, Frey Gulch #66.2A, North Tenmile, Gold Hill, and sections of the Colorado Trail. The following roads will be affected: Crystal Creek, Aqueduct, Frey Gulch #66.2B, Rock Island, Prospect Hill, Lincoln Park, Boreas Pass, Peru Creek and North Fork Swan.

Hazard trees located within 110% of the height of the tallest tree from the edge of the trail or road will be felled. Felling operations are expected to run between 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.  


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