ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, Colo. (AP) – Rocky Mountain National Park is preparing to repair or reroute four trails that were badly damaged in the 2013 flood.
Park officials said Wednesday the work is planned for the Lawn Lake and Ypsilon Lake Trail, the Alluvial Fan Trail, the Twin Sisters Trail and the Aspen Brook Trail.
Several alternative plans have been prepared for each trail and park officials are inviting public comment on them. Comments must be received by Dec. 8.
A link to a description of the alternatives is at http://tinyurl.com/l4tmrro .
A public meeting on the alternatives is scheduled for Nov. 18 at the Estes Valley Library in Estes Park.
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