Durango city council warns of potential trail closures

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Durango city council warns of potential trail closures

Citizens urged to respect ordinances or lose access
Trails 2000 has placed signs at trailheads around Durango reminding people to distance between each other when using the trails. To keep it fun, Trails 2000 tells people to think of six feet as “one llama” of space.
Giving others at least six feet of room to make a pass is necessary on Durango trails during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing rules on trails apply to all recreationists including runners, cyclists and hikers. Safe passing also needs to be done with social distancing in mind.
Trails 2000 has placed signs at trailheads around Durango reminding people to distance between each other when using the trails.
Trails 2000 has placed signs at trailheads around Durango reminding people to distance between each other when using the trails.

Durango city council warns of potential trail closures

Trails 2000 has placed signs at trailheads around Durango reminding people to distance between each other when using the trails. To keep it fun, Trails 2000 tells people to think of six feet as “one llama” of space.
Giving others at least six feet of room to make a pass is necessary on Durango trails during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing rules on trails apply to all recreationists including runners, cyclists and hikers. Safe passing also needs to be done with social distancing in mind.
Trails 2000 has placed signs at trailheads around Durango reminding people to distance between each other when using the trails.
Trails 2000 has placed signs at trailheads around Durango reminding people to distance between each other when using the trails.
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