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They certainly want to get back into Waldo Canyon," said Susan Davies, executive director of Womens Adidas Superstar Black And White
access to Pike National Forest, was damaged severely by the heavy rains, which wiped out large portions of the twisting road through the canyon. Chris Lieber, head of the city's Trails, Open Space and Parks program, said the road has been repaired temporarily and crews will begin rockfall mitigation work Monday. If all goes well, he hopes the park can reopen after two weeks.
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Higher in the park, Gold Camp Road, closed to vehicles but popular among Adidas Superstar New 2017
hikers and cyclists, remains closed between the tunnels. Lieber said construction to repair the road began last weekend. Pike National Forest: National forest land southwest of Colorado Springs also was hit hard by the September rain, and Old Stage Road, which later becomes Gold Camp Road, is closed at the national forest boundary a short way above The Broadmoor area west to the Teller County line. Forest Service also has closed several trails above North Cheyenne Ca?n because of flood damage: Trails 665, 667 (also known as Cap'n Jacks), 668, 701 and 720. The closure order remains in effect until September 2014 unless rescinded. An agency spokesperson said it is too soon to provide an assessment of damage to the trails.
is, The GazetteNot long ago, hikers could pick about any peak or green valley in Colorado Springs' mountain backdrop for a hike, bike or run. The options for a getaway within minutes of town were endless. Then the Waldo Canyon fire happened. Then the Black Forest fire happened. Then round after round of flooding. "We are hearing frustration. People want to get into Cheyenne Ca?n.