The Boulder Area Trails Coalition (BATCO) and Boulder County Horse Association (BCHA) is pleased to announce the publication of the 2014 BATCO Map: Trails and Recreation in Boulder County (3rd edition). The BATCO map makes a thoughtful and incredibly useful gift for yourself and other trail users you know! Get out and discover all that this map has to offer.
What’s new and exciting about the 2014 BATCO map:
- The 3rd edition covers a larger geographic area then ever before, with detailed insets of the popular West Magnolia and Boulder Mountain Parks areas.
- It is the only full-color map that shows all of Boulder County’s trails and public land ownership together. It was compiled by gathering information from over 200 different maps, discussions with public land managers, and direct, on-the-ground experience.
- It enables users to visualize and select their trail experience before setting out. The map shows which trails are open to different user groups (pedestrian, equestrian, bike, OHV), as well as the type of trail surface (paved greenways, soft-surface, 4WD roads, etc). It also shows other recreational amenities (bike lanes, trailheads, ranger stations, urban parks, recreation centers, golf courses, dog parks, fishing holes, and campgrounds).
- It is the only map that contains “user-friendly” information about trail etiquette, public land stewardship, citizen stakeholder groups, agency contact information, and fun facts about Boulder County.
- It contains dazzling photographs and illustrations of trail users and nature, generating enthusiasm for sustainable outdoor recreation.
Proceeds go directly toward new trail construction and maintenance of your favorite trails in Boulder County and adjacent areas.
Flat Size: 30″ x 48″, Fold Size: 7 1/2″ x 4″.
Printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper.
Suggested retail price: $11.95
Visit www.BoulderHorse.org and purchase through our shop, or find a local merchant near you at www.bouldertrails.org.
BATCO is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit Colorado corporation founded in 1996 to preserve and promote non-motorized, multi-use, environmentally responsible trail systems. For more information please visit BATCO online at www.bouldertrails.org .
For more information about the 2014 BATCO map please contact:
Suzanne Webel, BATCO Vice President and Map Coordinator, BCHA President