COMBA has been the Adopter of the first section of the Colorado Trail for well over a decade now. As the Adopter, COMBA is responsible for the maintenance of this portion of the CT. Now that Waterton Canyon has reopened, after an almost two year closure, it’s time to ramp up our efforts on this little gem of a trail. Enter Jason Lampitt.
Ever the explorer, Jason's addiction to two-wheels and dirt, along with an abnormal sense of curiosity, have kept him swinging a leg over the top tube and poking around the path less traveled. Jason lives with his wife and children in the Roxborough area and since they are right in his backyard, he often refers to the Colorado Trail and Indian Creek trails as his own. When he’s not riding, Jason spends far too much time tinkering with Google Earth and the latest advancements in digital cartography."
Jason has stepped up and will be heading COMBA’s Adoption efforts for the first section of the CT and he’s very excited to be taking on this role. Lampitt says, “after a several year layoff, getting the trail back in tip top shape will be no easy task but with the commitment of the COMBA members and volunteers from the Colorado Trail Foundation, it will come together quickly”. Plans are in the works for an upcoming trail work day to begin the maintenance efforts and we will share them with you once they are finalized.
Please join the COMBA Board in welcoming Jason to this key position and we are very thankful for his willingness to fill the void. Jason can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.