MID VALLEY TRAILS COMMITTEE
Mid Valley Trails Committee (MVTC) is a volunteer-run committee that was established originally by the Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority to administer the portion of the Eagle County half-cent transportation tax collected in the Roaring Fork Valley that is dedicated to trails (10% of total revenue collected in the RFV). Which means you as tax payers in Eagle County are funding this committee.
No meetings November, December and January.
TRAIL INFORMATION, RULES & POLICIES
The Rio Grande Trail, between Rock Bottom Ranch and Catherine Bridge, closes seasonally from 5pm on November 30th until 5pm April 30th. A signed detour route will be in place between Hooks Lane Trailhead parking lot and the Catherine Bridge Trailhead parking lot during the period of the closure. The closure applies to all users of the trail and corridor, including anglers and hunters.
RFTA has restrictions to all trails built and maintained on the 34 mile rail corridor running between Glenwood Springs and Woody Creek.
RFTA has a document listing the Rio Grande Corridor Rules on the
Use of Other Power Driven Mobility Devices (OPDMD).
Please note: Class I and Class II E-Bikes are allowed on the Rio Grande Trail between Two Rivers Park in Glenwood Springs and Emma Road in Basalt.
FREE 30-minute rides – Your wheels for getting around