VVMTA Adopt A Trail Program

About Adopt A Trail 

The VVMTA, alongside the USFS and with funding from the National Forest Foundation, has launched the Eagle County Adopt A Trail (AAT) program, a way that local organizations can help maintain and monitor local trails.

For more information about our AdoptersDonors, and Program Managers follow these links.  These are the people, businesses, and organizations that truly make this program possible!

Learn about the initial partnership and fundraising drive for the Adopt a Trail and Adopt a Ranger Program.

2019 Final Adopt A Trail Stats: 

  • 51 trails adopted by 53 local teams
  • 155 miles of trail corridor cleared
  • 136 miles of trail clearing
  • 128 trees removed
  • 810 drainage structures cleared or created
  • 15,653 feet of tread restoration/repair
  • 2,033 lbs of trash removed
  • 86 closed social trails 
  • 713 total volunteers
  • 120 volunteer days on trails
  • 3,298 total hours volunteered

The full 2019 AAT Review can be found here.

Interested in getting involved?  Please contact Adopt A Trail Coordinator, Michelle, at adoptatrail@vvmta.org

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