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Tabeguache Connector Trail to officially open

 | Published on 9/14/2018
News Release
Grand Junction Field Office

Tabeguache Connector Trail to officially open

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.– The Bureau of Land Management Grand Junction Field Office, the Grand Mesa Jeep Club, and Mesa County will officially open the Tabeguache Connector Trail on September 16 at 4 p.m.

The partners will commemorate the trail opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new trail sign on Highway 141 in Whitewater. Grand Mesa Jeep Club (GJMC) will host a barbecue after the dedication.

“Thanks to strong partnerships, motorized trail users have a safe and legal location to cross the highway and continue to access public lands between Grand Junction and Montrose,” said Katie Stevens, Grand Junction Field Manager.

BLM, GMJC, Mesa County, Western Slope ATV, and Grand Valley Trails Alliance, with support from Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Colorado Department of Transportation, worked together on this multi-year project to improve

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Stay The Trail Colorado was Awarded the 2013 Outstanding Trail Sharing Award
American Trails

This award recognizes innovative & successful trail sharing efforts, programs, & systems.

American Trails' 21st National Trails Awards Program honors people and programs at the 21st American Trails International Symposium. The awards celebration was held at Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Arizona, April 16, 2013.

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