New trail gets ‘progressive’

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New trail gets ‘progressive’

Snakecharmer provides options for Horse Gulch mountain bikers
Trail builder Tyson Swasey of Moab, Utah, watches a mountain biker traverse the new “progressive” trail in Horse Gulch. The trail is meant to provide bikers with a system to advance their skills progressively.
You might take the easy route, or you might take the challenging rocky route down the new “progressive trail” in Horse Gulch. Mary Monroe Brown, executive director of Trails 2000, and trail designer Tyson Swasey are among those finishing up work on the trail this week. A grand opening is planned for Sunday.
To volunteer

Trails 2000 is seeking volunteers every day for the rest of this week and through the weekend for the new “progressive trail” in Horse Gulch. Volunteers must sign up by visiting www.trails2000.org.

New trail gets ‘progressive’

Trail builder Tyson Swasey of Moab, Utah, watches a mountain biker traverse the new “progressive” trail in Horse Gulch. The trail is meant to provide bikers with a system to advance their skills progressively.
You might take the easy route, or you might take the challenging rocky route down the new “progressive trail” in Horse Gulch. Mary Monroe Brown, executive director of Trails 2000, and trail designer Tyson Swasey are among those finishing up work on the trail this week. A grand opening is planned for Sunday.
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