Marshall Fire causes $400K in damage to Boulder County trails, fences

BA TRUNG DISTRICT, Colo. (KDVR) – The Marshall Fire destroyed more than 1,000 homes estimated to be worth more than $500 million and caused extensive damage to the landscape as a whole.

Boulder County says the total estimated cost to repair the trail, trail and fence is $400,000.

The Coalton Trailhead in Superior and the Meadowlark, Mayhoffer-Singletree and Coalton trails damaged in the fire are being evaluated and will be repaired shortly. The area will be closed through February until the trailheads and trails are repaired, but may take longer as snow continues to accumulate on land.

About 15 miles of Boulder County Park & ​​Open Space Farm fences have been burned, but the reopening of trails will not be delayed by fence repairs.

https://kdvr.com/news/local/400k-damage-marshall-fire-trails-fencing/ Marshall Fire causes $400K in damage to Boulder County trails, fences

Tom Vazquez

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