See how three groups came together to build a bridge in the roaring creek trail.

The Roaring Creek Trail is expected to open on 10/28! Roaring Creek was one of the most heavily damaged trails from the Cameron Peak Fire in 2020, and we have put 3 years of hard work into stabilizing sections susceptible to damage from post-fire flood events and rerouting major unsustainable portions of the trail. The completion of this project means that 100% of the trails on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District are open to the public! Although we still have plenty of work to do, particularly on the upper 3 miles, the Roaring Creek Trail is in a state that is safe and accessible to the public. The Overland Mountain Bike Association, Larimer County Youth Conservation Corps, and Rocky Mountain Conservancy Conservation Corps all played a huge role constructing the reroutes and stabilizing the trail. Special thanks to Poudre Wilderness Volunteers for doing an incredible job deconstructing and reconstructing the bridge!