Eight county, state, and federal public land agencies from north-central Colorado are actively collaborating on ways to address the challenges the mountains and foothills in this region are facing from high visitation and a growing population. We are committed to sustainable solutions, equitable actions, and beneficial land management practices for the long-term conservation of Colorado’s public lands and the quality of the visitor experience.
The collaborating agencies include Gilpin County, Clear Creek County, Jefferson County Open Space, Boulder County Parks & Open Space, Larimer County Natural Resources, The US Forest Service, Colorado Parks & Wildlife, and Rocky Mountain National Park.
- Know Before you Go: Plan Ahead When Visiting Colorado’s Public Lands
- Winter Recreation Safety: Tips for Enjoying Winter in Northern Colorado
- Trail Stewardship
- Summer Safety
Learn more by visiting the NoCo Places website or reviewing the following materials: