Photos from Summit Fat Tire |

Photos from Summit Fat Tire

The sun had already dipped behind the Ten-Mile Range on Thursday. Several volunteers led by the Summit Fat Tire Society arrived at Peaks Trail with shovels, spades and pickaxes. The non-profit, all-volunteer board made up of year-round locals who love to mountain bike came out to improve the big log step portion of the trail. In one hour, the trail went from a 1.5-foot drop to a less intimidating roller ride while improving the drainage and stopping the trail-widening habits by its users. Learn more about the volunteering opportunities and the trail projects for next season at

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