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    75% of Summit County's land lies within the Dillon Ranger District. This beautiful area sees 4.5 million visitors every year.
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    Our trail work projects ensure that the 450 miles of recreational trails throughout the district are kept up to code for future recreationists.
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    Stewardship projects—like watershed restoration, tree plantings, and weed pulls—manage the resources that dictate the health of the landscape.
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    We are committed to educating forest users. Lend a hand through our Ranger Patrol program, or join us for a guided hike this summer.

Required Waivers

2014 Volunteer Waivers
Can't wait to sign up for projects? Fill out your 2014 waiver now while you wait for our signup links for the season and you've got it done for the entire year!

Volunteer Waiver

Tuesday Twilights moving to Breck

Starting July 8, our Tuesday evening Twilight Projects are heading south to Breck. These short and sweet evening volunteer trail projects will be taking place at Pinball Alley – a… Read More

DWTS Breakout Star Amy Purdy Featured at Sunset Dance July 8th

 Join in on a free swing dance lesson on Tuesday, July 8, at the Dillon Amphitheater and you will soon find yourself gracefully flowing across the dance floor! We are also… Read More

2014 Season Preview!

Taking care of nearly 500 miles of trails in America’s most recreated national forest is no small task. But the staff and volunteers at the Friends of the Dillon Ranger… Read More

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