Since its establishment in 1971, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Recreational Trails Program has actively encouraged the development of a variety of trails.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife's (CPW) Trails Program, a statewide program within the division, administers grants for trail-related projects on an annual basis. Local, county, and state governments, federal agencies, special recreation districts, and non-profit organizations with management responsibilities over public lands may apply for and are eligible to receive non-motorized and motorized trail grants. Successful trail projects must support the goals of the State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) and the Strategic Plan of the State Trails Program.
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2016 -2026 Statewide Trails Strategic Plan
Date: November 18, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM
CPW Registration Office
13787 S Santa Fe Dr., Littleton, CO
Colorado Parks and Wildlife recommends safety training for everyone who operates a snowmobile.
This FREE course hosted by the Mile High Snowmobile Club, consists of classroom instruction at the CPW registration office with additional performance testing on a snowmobile offered at a later date.
You do not have to own a machine in order to take this course.
Ages 10 + Welcome (Riders between 10-16 must be certified, or accompanied by an adult or another certified rider age 14 or older).
For more details, see the
2017 Mile Hi Snowmobile Club Safety Certification Training Course flyer, or to register call 303-818-8759.
OHV Program provides registration and use permit services for designated OHV trails on Colorado's public lands.