Planning Trails with Wildlife in Mind
In 2020, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) convened a Task Force made up of 20 local, state and federal land managers from across the state. Their charge was to develop the 2021 version of Planning Trails with Wildlife in Mind, which updates the best practices and science for Colorado's land managers, trail advocates, and conservationists engaged in trail planning. This guide focuses extensively on collaborative approaches to problem solving to meet both conservation and recreation goals.
View or download it here: Planning Trails with Wildlife in Mind
State Trails Committee Upcoming Meetings
The Colorado Recreational Trails Committee consists of nine members appointed by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission. Members represent Colorado's seven congressional districts, one at-large member who currently represents snowmobile interests, and one member who represents the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO Board.
See the annual meeting schedule and upcoming meeting information at State Trails Committee Meetings and Agendas page.