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Consultation has concluded

Lubahn Trail

UPDATE: Lubahn Trail Survey Results are now available as well as the recorded Board discussion of the survey results (begins at 1:32:44).

Jefferson County Open Space will coordinate a time to survey the property boundaries at the top of the trail, by request of the Parks, Recreation and Museums Advisory Board.

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The Lubahn Trail, as it is currently configured, is not sustainable. It is a single track, hiker-only trail that commences at 18th Street and Belvedere Street. It was built about 50 years ago and now presents numerous issues:

  • Trail leads to private property including Castle Rock, at the top of South Table Mountain
  • Erosion on the trail and natural areas
  • Shortcutting of the Trail
  • Limited parking in the neighborhood

The City of Golden is seeking feedback to assist a recommendation to City Council on investment to repair, reroute, or close the trail. The survey is now closed, but results will be reviewed during the next Parks, Recreation, and Museums Advisory Board meeting on October 20, 2020, and then posted here on Guiding Golden.

UPDATE: Lubahn Trail Survey Results are now available as well as the recorded Board discussion of the survey results (begins at 1:32:44).

Jefferson County Open Space will coordinate a time to survey the property boundaries at the top of the trail, by request of the Parks, Recreation and Museums Advisory Board.

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The Lubahn Trail, as it is currently configured, is not sustainable. It is a single track, hiker-only trail that commences at 18th Street and Belvedere Street. It was built about 50 years ago and now presents numerous issues:

  • Trail leads to private property including Castle Rock, at the top of South Table Mountain
  • Erosion on the trail and natural areas
  • Shortcutting of the Trail
  • Limited parking in the neighborhood

The City of Golden is seeking feedback to assist a recommendation to City Council on investment to repair, reroute, or close the trail. The survey is now closed, but results will be reviewed during the next Parks, Recreation, and Museums Advisory Board meeting on October 20, 2020, and then posted here on Guiding Golden.