Saturday, June 7, 2014, marks the American Hiking Society’s 22nd annual celebration of National Trails Day, which is America’s largest trail and outdoor celebration - a day devoted to appreciating America’s trails and the hard-working individuals who build and maintain them. In honor of this day, thousands of public events will be hosted nationwide and hundreds of thousands of trail enthusiasts will be outside as they hike, pedal, and paddle through some of America’s most beautiful areas. National Trails Day activities will occur in all 50 states, as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Canada.
Below are a few events in the Rocky Mountain region that might be of interest to hikers:
* City of Fort Collin’s National Trails Day
* Friend’s of Mt Evans and Lost Creek Wilderness All Hands Day
* National Trails Day Cottonwood Trail Construction
* National Trails Day at William Frederick Hayden Park, City of Lakewood
For a full list of events in your area, please click here.