Carson NF officials seek input on proposed climbing, hiking routes

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A new proposal could bring more hiking and climbing to the Taos Ski Valley.

The Carson National Forest is looking for public input on a proposal to install a series of via ferratas in the Kachina Bowl area.

A via ferrata is a protected climbing and hiking route that uses steel cables, iron rungs, pegs and ladders for climbers and hikers. 

If no significant environmental effects are anticipated, the project could be approved as soon as this spring. 

To learn more about the proposal, including a map of the project, click here.

Submit comments by Jan. 7, 2019 via email to comments-southwestern-carson-questa@fs.fed.us, by fax to (575) 586-2010, in person on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Questa Ranger Station, 184 State Route 38, or mail your comments to: James Duran, Forest Supervisor c/o Jack Lewis, Questa District Ranger P.O. Box 110 Questa, NM 87556

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