USFS may charge for Colorado 14ers

May 19, 2010
Outside Magazine

The U.S. Forest Service in Colorado may charge people to climb four of the fourteeners in the state's Sangre de Cristo mountains. Reportedly, the Forest Service spent a cool million on trail improvements in the area, and is seeking to recoup some of that money in the form of $10 or $20 fees. Some hikers are, predictably, upset about the proposal. What say you?

-- Jonah Ogles

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