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Getting Out and Giving Back: How local outdoor enthusiasts are making a difference


Last updated 5/27/2020 at 12:19pm

Photos Courtesy Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance

Volunteers collected more than 80 bags of trash at North Cheyenne Canyon and Captain Jack's trailhead recently as they celebrated Colorado Public Lands Day.

The Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance (PPORA) applauds its partners for making a difference as they celebrated Colorado Public Lands Day on May 16.

Although the celebrations were many and varied throughout the state, here in the Pikes Peak region the group highlighted two local initiatives, conducted by an outdoor experience business, Adventures Out West (AOW) and a motorized recreation club, Colorado Motorcycle Trail Riders Association (CMTRA).

CMTRA made an impact May 17 on Captain Jack's trailhead as well as nearby areas with 14 volunteers collecting over 30 bags of trash, tires, a...

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