The North Fork trail leads into the back country of Rocky Mountain National Park and is one of the heaviest used trails in the forest, used by hikers, backpackers and stockriders. This heavy use has caused a great deal of wear and tear on the trail which requires a large amount of maintenance to get it back to being a safe and enjoyable trail.
PWV adopted the North Fork Trail in 2009 and has been working to improve the trail for the last three years. Garin VanDeMark has acted as the committee chair and led the work since PWV’s adoption of the trail.
Read more: PWV Adopts North Fork Trail