Area Remains Closed – Planned to Reopen Late 2019
Construction of the expanded 29-car trailhead begins on Monday, Oct. 7. The project is expected to last about two months. Some work on Wagonwheel Gap Road immediately east of the Bow Mountain bridge will also occur during this timeframe to improve the road shoulder for designated overflow parking.
The Anne U. White Trail was significantly damaged by the September 2013 flood. It is the only trail in the county’s system affected by the disaster that remains closed. Because of safety and access concerns, the property is closed until the new trailhead is constructed.
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Parks & Open Space hopes to reopen the trail and new parking area later this year.