After recently signing a deal for 900 acres previously owned by Clear Creek Open Space, the Forest Service controls 4,000 acres from Mount Evans Wilderness to Noble and Elk meadows, about 4 miles west of Highway 74 on Highway 103. The property begins at the old Squaw Pass gate.
Clear Creek Open Space obtained 1,442 acres in April 2005 with a $5.2 million lottery bridge loan from Great Outdoors Colorado. But all along the idea was to turn the land over to the U.S. Forest Service for ownership and preservation.
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