Just got a call and an e-mail from Bill Manning at the Colorado Trail Foundation.
He is sharing the group's comments on the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and the Forest Service's move to define future use.
About 150 miles of the Colorado Trail overlaps the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail.
Bill Manning writes: "Because this planning effort for CDNST so greatly impacts the CT, the CTF studied the subject carefully, consulted our entire Board of Directors, and submitted the comment that appears on our website ... In a nutshell, we hope the CT becomes fully non-motorized as has been our goal since inception, but otherwise remain open to all other user groups that are currently allowed, namely hike, bike and horse."