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  • Andy Hitch

Huge Load of Trash Cleaned Up on Jeep Trail

We have hauled over 15 tons of trash out of the National Forest, from our public OHV trails. 95% comes from campers.

Watch the video below to get a glimpse of what we do. We clean trails every week. This video was shot for the start of our season where we train new employees.

I was raised, and still live in the Rocky Mountains. I've been riding our public OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) trails since I was a kid. I'm 54 now. I still ride and I still clean. There is nothing better in life than living, working, and playing in the mountains. I want my grandchildren to experience it the way I did.

I own an ATV Rental company called Backbone Adventures in Estes Park, Colorado. I could operate like most companies and only concern myself with the bottom line (profits). I just can't conceive of operating that way though. Money is great, but laying your head on the pillow at night know you did some good in this world means so much more.

I don't take these videos and write blogs for reccognition. I do this because I want to spread awearness. Our public trails are shrinking by the day. Between natural disasters and unmanagable disrespect, trails are closed and never reopened. Please, please, please become part of the solution, not the problem.

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