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January 2010

Sage Riders & Trail Riders,

Sage Riders & Trail Riders, Mike Knight has put together an excellent tutorial on “what it takes to start desert racing”.  I thought it might be wise to send this to everyone on the Sage Riders & Trail Riders e-mail lists.  Please keep this in your files so when somebody asks those tough questions…..you can give [...]

Trail needs completion

Trail needs completion By Terry Sanslow Wellington On Jan. 4, 2010 members of Castle Country OHV Association (CCOHVA) had the pleasure of attending the regular meeting of the Carbon County Recreation and Transportation District. The agenda item of interest was the update on the “Cross Country Trail” by Brian Barton of Jones and DeMille Engineering, [...]

2010 Membership Raffle

We had a good turn out! Good food, Good Friend, and New friends to hit the Trials with! With that said I would like to announce the Winners of the raffle; 1 st place Winner of the Two Place ATV Trailer: Ray Labahn 2 nd place Winner of the 3 Burner Camp Chef Stove: Tim [...]

Easements requested by special service district

By COLLIN MCRANN Sun Advocate reporter After some deliberations, the Recreation Transportation Special Services District (RTSSD) has decided to send a letter requesting easement approvals to the U. S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The request is an effort to help move forward the cross county trail system that has been in the planning stages [...]

Movie project could close OHV area over Memorial Day weekend

by Craig Bigler contributing writer 01.07.10 – 10:47 am A major movie production coming to Grand County later this spring could result in the closure of the White Wash Sand Dunes during Memorial Day weekend, according to a discussion between Bureau of Land Management officials and the Grand County Council on Tuesday. Portions of a [...]

January 2010 Newsletter

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Countywide Trails Project

A number of the Board attended a meeting on January 4th of the Planning and Zoning Committee regarding the Carbon County Cross Country Trail that covers approximately 120 miles from Helper to East Carbon City and up through Nine Mile Canyon.  The Club has volunteered to maintain the trail and help install signage.  Carbon Recreation [...]