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Watershed Trails Opening This Weekend

Lamb Saddle reopened Saturday, April 2nd! At long last, Lamb Saddle, Toothpick, Caterpillar, and Catwalk trails are open for hiking and biking. Here's a map. It's still a work in progress, and machinery will be busy over the weekend into next week. PLEASE stay on the designated trails in Lamb Saddle proper. Trails will be restored and trees planted once the big machines are done, but access will still be open during the rehabilitation. Four Corners and Tolman Creek Road are still closed for safety, likely through April. We really appreciate your patience during this critical work in our watershed.
-AFR Team

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