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I believe this is Molas Pass, Colorado. On a motorcycle road trip a couple of summers ago.

Resources

Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP)

Every five years, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) leads the development of a comprehensive outdoor recreation plan to maintain eligibility for funding through the Land and Water Conservation Fund, and to inform additional investments from other federal, state, local and private programs. Given the significance of outdoor recreation in the state, SCORP is much more than a federal requirement for funding. This plan reflects the shared vision and commitment of Colorado outdoor partners to advance recreation enjoyment and conservation of Colorado’s outdoor resources.

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Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Regional Partnerships Initiative (RPI)

​Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) and Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) are collaborating to fund new and existing coalitions to join a statewide initiative working to ensure that Colorado’s land, water, and wildlife thrive while also providing for equitable and quality outdoor recreation experiences through the Regional Partnerships Initiative (RPI). Follow the link to learn more about the RPI and for a list of the local organizations involved in this initiative. Learn More...

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