ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - People fighting to open up the Valles Caldera National Preserve to the general public are claiming success.
On Thursday the board of trustees voted to allow unrestricted foot access to the preserve for the first time.
The change will go into effect in early December. The fight to open up the preserve had been ongoing for years.
Up to this point preserve managers have restricted access and charged high fees in an effort to prevent overuse while citizens argued it's our land to enjoy.
The board also voted to waive fees to children 16 years and younger.
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