Cameron Peak Fire Trail Restoration Project

The Cameron Peak Fire in 2020 was the largest wildfire in Coloroado history. It destroyed and burned over 209,000 acres of the Roosevelt National Forest. With those flames came the destruction of the trails that allow us to experience the breathtaking beauty of our wilderness. 

For over 25 years, Poudre Wilderness Volunteers has been protecting and maintaining trails in the mountains along the Front Range. In 2021, our call was bigger than ever: to rebuild what was lost in the fires.

Want to know more? Check out these links to media coverage about our restoration efforts.