How can I help Clear Creek County Trails?

 Clear Creek is a small county of less than 10,000 people that experiences millions of tourists coming to enjoy hundreds of miles of renown trails and trailheads.  We also work to maintain historical sites that preserve history for many others in the future to enjoy. Your money will help our mission to fund these efforts and support the hardworking Trails Team.

If you would like to contribute to these efforts, please follow the directions below and utilize the link below to access our donation portal. All funds go directly to the Clear Creek County Trails Team and will be used for the labor and equipment required to preserve our delicate natural resources while providing exceptional access to some amazing places! These efforts help to provide access to exceptional recreationally opportunities close to Denver.

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1. Who manages trails in Clear Creek County?
2. How can I report a trail concern?
3. Where can I find trails in Clear Creek County?
4. What is a "multi-use" trail?
5. Where can I drive my vehicle on trails?
6. Can I ride my one-wheel or e-bike on trails?
7. How much land in Clear Creek County is Forest Service or public land?
8. Are dogs allowed on trails?
9. What time can I recreate on trails?
10. Where do I park for trails?
11. Is alcohol allowed on trails?
12. Where can I find updates on trails?
13. How can I help Clear Creek County Trails?