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Forest Service changes some seasonal trail closures on Vail Valley trails

The U.S. Forest Service reminds the public that seasonal trail closures are in effect on several popular Forest Service trails adjacent to Vail and Avon. These closures are in place to protect elk calving areas and mule deer migration stopover areas.

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Adopt A Trail Mid Season Review

2017 Adopt A Trail Mid Season Review       August 2017 marks a very successful second season to Eagle County’s Adopt A Trail (AAT) program.  AAT originated last spring as a collaborative effort between the Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association (VVMBA) and the White River division of the United States Forest Service.  Together VVMBA and the USFS

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Support VVMBA with City Market Community Rewards

Fun fact, every time you shop at City Market with your Value Card, you can support Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association with no additional cost to you! The City Market Community Rewards program allows you to select one non-profit organization annually and they will donate a portion of what you spend directly to that organization.

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Help Us Support Trails

Supporting the Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association is a means to support the maintenance and construction of new soft surface trails in Eagle County.  Whether you are hiking, mountain biking, trail running, or equestrian we want to increase your access to trails and improve your experience in our beautiful home of Eagle County.  So please,

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What is Adopt A Trail All About?

There is no shortage of trail love in the Vail Valley and Eagle County’s first ever Adopt A Trail program last summer proved that. Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association spearheaded the program and partnered with the U.S. Forest Service early in 2016 to get the ball rolling. The association created a GoFundMe site that collected

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Spring Trail Openings & Closures

April in the Vail Valley is the time to take our bikes out of storage, assess any damage from last year, dream about buying a new bike, and then quickly start figuring out which trails are open to ride.  The first thought is, can I escape to Fruita or Moab?  The second thought is Eagle,

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