This probably isn't news to most of you, but it was for me so thought I'd share.
You no longer have to pay to bike-in or walk-in to Horsetooth Mountain Park. I found this out when I renewed my annual vehicle permit. In the past there was a paper backing on the vehicle sticker that you were supposed to carry with you when you entered the park by bike as proof that you had an annual permit. When I renewed my annual pass the vehicle sticker didn't have the paper-permit on the back. I emailed the county ranger and got this response:
"Under the new format walk in bike in permits are no longer required."
So there you have it. Unless you regularly drive to HTMP, there's no need to purchase an annual pass.
The other notable change is that the annual pass expires 12 months from purchase rather than December 31 (similar to Lory).
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