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Eagle Valley Trail - Connecting Our Community

You’ve seen it. Maybe you’ve heard of it. Or pedaled it, walked it, traveled to work on it.

The Eagle Valley Trail (EVT) serves our communities in so many ways, and Eagle County is on the right path to finishing the trail by 2024. That means we’ll have over 140 miles of uninterrupted, paved trail from the top of Vail Pass to Glenwood Canyon so we can ride, walk, skate or run without ever having to get on a highway.

Only 12 miles remain to make the EVT a complete trail and connect to other paved trail networks in Summit, Garfield and Pitkin counties. Due to the mountain terrain, the last 12 miles are difficult and expensive.

For a total of $38.2 million dollars: Eagle County raised $22 million dollars, $13.2 million will come from state and federal programs, and $3 million from individual donors and granting foundations. 

Recently, we have raised our first $100,000, had a groundbreaking on the Dotsero section, are installing new trail signs and have completed the feasibility study and case statement.

Together, we can finish the trail by 2024! Visit EagleValleyTrail.org to learn more about how you can help finish the Eagle Valley Trail for a safe, sustainable and healthy way to play, commute, and explore our beautiful valley. 

We’d love to hear your feedback on the Eagle Valley Trail! For more information contact Robin Thompson at Robin@RobinThompson.com