Fence installation along Colorado’s Red Cone Pass and Webster Pass


PROJECT DURATION: May to October 2016


Description from Mile Hi Jeep Club:

10 years ago, Mile Hi Jeep Club helped install a wire fence along the Red Cone Pass and Webster Pass in the USFS South Platte Ranger District in Colorado.  The trails are used by a number of OHV users including 4wd vehicles, hunters, ATVs, UTVs, and motorcycles.  This project will help replace this old fencing with a buck and rail fence– keeping surrounding areas healthy, and keeping the trail open and sustainable.

Photo via Mile Hi Jeep Club’s Patrol 14 Blog

Tread Lightly! has awarded a “25 for 25” grant to partially fund this project.  Funding was made possible by our generous partners: Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative, Federal Premium Ammunition, Bushnell and Dallas Safari Club.  

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