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Colorado (Denver Metro)

This is a pilot chapter forming in the Denver Metro Area. The purpose of this group is to connect people locally to support one another to do regional outdoor activities.

Location: Colorada (Denver Metro Area)
Members: 11
Latest Activity: Aug 10

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So whats next, where are we going?

Started by Alton Clark. Last reply by Val Roberts Dec 4, 2009.

South Chicago Creek Snowshoe Trek - 27 Nov 09

Stan and I hiked about 5 miles traversing both forks. Passed 2 XC skiers along the way. It was a beautiful sunny day, about 45 degrees.We took advantage of the pleasant conditions to provide some…Continue

Started by Val Roberts Nov 28, 2009.

Purchase a Colorado Outdoor Recreation Search and Rescue (CORSAR) Card

Outdoor recreation activities include risk of injury, susceptibility to sudden changes in weather, and sometimes just illness. When these unplanned, unforeseen, and unfortunate events occur, it is…Continue

Tags: safety, outdoor, rescue, and, search

Started by Val Roberts Nov 10, 2009.

BLM and Categorical Exclusions

The Bureau of Land Management issues permits for exploiting resources on public lands. Is this authority being abused through the use of categorical exclusions to bypass environmental impact studies?…Continue

Started by Val Roberts Nov 8, 2009.

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Comment by Winston Walker on November 5, 2009 at 9:14pm
No charge to Veterans to hike!!!
Comment by Val Roberts on November 5, 2009 at 9:00pm
Free to veterans, Winston? I want to see a small flag on a dowel flying from your backpack.
Comment by Winston Walker on November 5, 2009 at 2:21pm
Wednesday, November 11th, 2009
Veteran Day Snow shoe trek 4 miles on the South Sourdough trail east of Rainbow Lakes in Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado.
Join the Beckwourth Outdoors and help us find snow on the Sourdough trail, if no snow, we'll hike.
Meeting time: 9:15AM at the Westminster Promenade RTD Park & Ride (take highway 36 northwest to Westminster
and exit on to Church Ranch Road (104th Ave). Turn right onto Church Ranch Road passing the Westminster
Mercedes dealership on the right the AMC 24 theaters on the left. Make the next left onto Westminster Blvd,
passing the Westin Hotel.
Continue on Westminster Blvd going under the bridge to Promenade Dr. Make a left turn onto Promenade Drive
passing the Splitz bowling alley. Just after the bowling alley and before the tunnel under highway 36,
turn right into the RTD parking lot on the west side of Splitz bowling alley.)
Departure time:9:30AM
Return time: ~4:00PM
Scenic info: trek trails ranging in elevations from 9,200 feet to 10,000 feet thru Roosevelt
National Forest.
Contact: Winston Walker, 303-469-0941 (H), 720-470-9467 (Cell) to register.
Cost: This activity is FREE for current Beckwourth Members; there is a $10 fee per person for all others.
 

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