From the Colorado Daily
Rocky Mountain National Park officials are studying the development of two new biking trails in the park.
Cycling in the park now is allowed only on roads, not trails. But park officials are considering a 15.5-mile nonmotorized, multi-use trail running from Estes Park's Fall River entrance to Sprague Lake as well as two miles of mountain-bike-friendly singletrack along the East Shore Trail near Grand Lake.
"This would provide another mode of transportation for people to access the park and use the park," said the park's planning chief, Larry Gamble, on the potential trail along Fall River Road accessing campgrounds and trailheads on the east side of the park. "Our goal is to look at a trail system that would link up with trails that are being planned in the Estes Valley."