This week we are kicking off our #RespectInTheOutdoors campaign which is a collaborative effort to promote healthy outdoor ethics in our region. Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance is bringing land managers, industry, and community partners together to focus on education and awareness!
The central focus of this campaign is RESPECT, expressed through Leave No Trace principles and we are bringing focus to each one as a weekly theme. Let's make a difference this season because we are STRONGER TOGETHER!
To kick things off, we are starting our campaign out with a focus on how we #GiveBack to our community. Finding ways to volunteer is a great way to give back to the places we love so much.
North Cheyanne Canyon Update: Crews completed work in the late afternoon on Tuesday, June 1 on the existing gravel parking lot located uphill of Helen Hunt Falls at the intersection of North Cheyenne Canyon Road, High Drive and Gold Camp Road. The newly resurfaced asphalt lot now has 94 designated spaces, including four accessible spaces. Visitors can access the improved lot starting Wednesday, June 2. Gold Camp Road is open. North Cheyenne Canyon Road remains closed on weekdays while additional parking improvements are completed within North Cheyenne Cañon Park.
(Info and image provided by @cityofcos)