Wednesday, August 15, 2018 US SENATE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington, D.C. – Two Colorado-focused bills, introduced by Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D) and Cory Gardner (R), received a hearing today in the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. The senators applauded the advancement of the Pike National Historic Trail Study Act and the...
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We are indeed happy to receive two donations for $700 and a Life Membership in July. Thank you. Would you consider joining our association, renewing your membership, and donating to one of our causes? With your additional donations we can fund other projects currently on hold. Donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your help...
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Our new Board member (and retired Disney senior artist) Ed French redesigned our Membership brochure. Printed on a glossy paper, we have distributed 10,000 copies of this 3 page foldout across Colorado.
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Great news! On July 17th the El Paso County Board of County Commissioners unanimously passed its resolution enabling the Pike Trail in Colorado – El Paso County. It is exciting that the county where Pikes Peak is located agreed to designating a automobile/bike/hike route near Pike’s footprint. This will unable you to see where Pike...
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One of our next steps in working on the Pike Trail in Colorado is to provide an interpretive route book for the public. It will not only include route descriptions for Autos and Bike-Hike folks, maps, and interpretation but Pike’s words, scientific readings and Field Maps. Dr. Clive Siegle, Board member and`founding member of the...
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Article by Allan Vainley We have reported fires on the Pike route in the Wet Mountain Valley and at the Royal Gorge in the past. There are currently (7/7/18) 15 wildfires raging in Colorado. 4 of them are close to where Pike’s crew passed in December 1806 and early January, 1807. Today more than 60...
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