The National Park Service is partnering with PPLT to help us restore trails at the CRR. Our first planning meeting will be February 4, 2017.

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DRAGONFLY, RIVER, TWO BRIDGES AND THE ALL ACCESS TRAIL ARE CONNECTED AND OPEN!

RIVERSIDE DRIVE STILL CLOSED BY COUNTY

Due to all the flooding the past year and even more recent heavy rain events, portions of our trails are temporarily closed. Baja Cliffhanger and Across the Creek Trails have been permanently closed. Cliff HangerTrail will be reopened in the final phase of our trail restoration plan.

We ask for your patience and understanding while we determine appropriate reroutes of the temporarily closed trails and ask that you kindly turn around and retrace your steps if you run into a blockade. They are there for your safety.

PPLT simply does not have the resources to repair some of these areas. The majority of the CRR is within the Colorado River floodplain and the riparian ecology is controlled by a flooding regime. Mother Nature is much too strong and frankly, we are also trying to protect the area's rich natural resources and the ability of the habitat to reduce impacts from flooding downstream. We must respectfully comply with her wishes and tread lightly in her world.

Please check back with us for updates on the rerouted trails and the opportunities for you to help us do that! There is still a lot to enjoy at the CRR and we encourage you to do so!