Animas River Trail may grow soon

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Animas River Trail may grow soon

After years of delays, city is close to building extension to Oxbow Park
Andy Corra said he looks forward to the day when the Animas River Trail is built past his property on Fiesta Circle in north Durango. The trail will provide another means of transportation for residents in north Durango, he said. But not all residents are thrilled about the proposed trail extension; some fear it will disrupt privacy.
The Animas River Trail turns into a sidewalk at 29th Street which crosses 32nd Street and extends to south Bennett Street, shown here. The city has been working with property owners to extend the trail north to Oxbow Park & Preserve.
The northern extension of the Animas River Trail would cross the Animas River near the 32nd Street Bridge and follow the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad track in north Durango.

Animas River Trail may grow soon

Andy Corra said he looks forward to the day when the Animas River Trail is built past his property on Fiesta Circle in north Durango. The trail will provide another means of transportation for residents in north Durango, he said. But not all residents are thrilled about the proposed trail extension; some fear it will disrupt privacy.
The Animas River Trail turns into a sidewalk at 29th Street which crosses 32nd Street and extends to south Bennett Street, shown here. The city has been working with property owners to extend the trail north to Oxbow Park & Preserve.
The northern extension of the Animas River Trail would cross the Animas River near the 32nd Street Bridge and follow the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad track in north Durango.

Animas River Trail may grow soon

Animas River Trail may grow soon

The city of Durango wants to extend the Animas River Trail north along the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad track.
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