Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act

Developed in collaboration with hundreds of stakeholder groups and input from thousands of citizens, the Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act seeks to preserve 58,000 acres in Summit and Eagle Counties.  Nearly 40,000 acres of of this would be designated as wilderness, ensuring the health and preservation of some of Colorado’s most spectacular peaks and forests in perpetuity.

Be sure to also check out my Photo Essay on Medium for the Wilderness Society on the Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act.


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