From the DailyCamera
Despite upholding a ban earlier this year, the city of Boulder could make some room for mountain bikers on its open space.
On Tuesday night, the city's Open Space Board of Trustees heard proposals for alternative trail designs for Anemone Hill that would allow mountain bikers.
The Boulder City Council in March upheld a ban on mountain biking in the vast majority of the West Trail Study Area. The decision was part of the management plan for the open space land that lies west of Broadway and stretches from Linden Avenue south to Eldorado Springs Drive.
But the City Council hired Design Concepts, a Lafayette-based community and landscape architecture company, to explore the possibility of creating a bike trail on Anemone Hill that would connect to the Boulder Canyon bike path.
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