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Conifer is one of the closest mountain towns to Denver. The elevation of this unincorporated JeffCo community is 8,277 feet. The town was originally known as Bradford Junction in the 1860s, a stagecoach stop for those traveling southwest to South Park. The area became known as Conifer in the early 1900s, and was mainly used for cattle ranching. Staunton State Park lies west of town on Highway 285. It offers hiking and horseback riding trails on the west side.
What is Full Send Bike Ranch? According to the Full Send Bike Ranch website. Full Send means different things to everyone. For us, “Full Send” represents a commitment and dedication to our enthusiasm.
The FSBR team is committed to providing an unparalleled mountain biking experience for all cyclists, and its professionally designed trail network allows all skill levels to be continuously improved and progressed. Mountain biking is our passion, and we are building a park for everyone.
It’s no secret that Khvoine lacks activities for young people. And the mountains too. Of course there are parks and routes for young mountain bikers, some of which are dangerous, unkempt and should be avoided by tourists and others. What is Full Send Bike Ranch?
Where is the FSBR project now? How can you get involved? Where is the intended location for the bike park? Which pilots will the FSBR be designed for?
Is there a residential component in this project? What forest fire mitigation measures are you planning for the property? Are there any plans to have EMS staff on-site? Where would the emergency / ambulance stations be located? What additional efforts will be made by Elk Creek Fire and EMS in relation to accidents and injuries at Shadow Mountain Drive Park?
What are the implications of this project for the use of water / natural resources? How does the park intend to address the issue of impacts on wildlife? What are your plans to increase / decrease your traffic? Are you planning to minimize the park’s visual impact? Where and how large would the proposed designs be?
Will there be light pollution from the park? What noise will this park generate? How do you plan to mitigate it? What retail operations are planned on the site?
Konifere is already a mountain biking destination. Will this increase the number of cyclists in the area?
The following are the concerns of the anti-bicycle ranch organization. Since we launched the project in the fall of 2020, we have received letters from hundreds of community members hoping to learn more. Many people reached out to provide support and encouragement, and many people asked questions.
Below we have collected the most frequent requests we received. If you would like to speak to us directly, do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
Where is the FSBR project now? Beginning in fall 2021, the FSBR team is working with the required state, county, and municipality agencies to prepare a project for submission to the Jefferson County Planning Commission. Thereafter, the public will have another opportunity to evaluate while the project goes through the Jefferson County approval process.
How can you get involved? As the project approaches its presentation, we plan to launch a promotional campaign that will include information on how to attract people. If you have contacted us in the past, we may have your contact information, but we will also launch a mailing list soon to keep all interested parties updated as the project progresses. Please feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and send us your contact information.
Where is the intended location of the bicycle parking place? The park will be located approximately 2.2 miles west of Shadow Mountain Drive, on the south side of the road. This is a 250-acre piece of land currently owned by the Colorado Land Trust. The property is located in a coniferous forest area.
Which pilots will the FSBR be designed for? FSBR intends to offer horse riding for all ages and abilities. Our goal is to safely deliver the best downhill / freeride experience in Colorado, regardless of age or skill level. Experienced cyclists will be encouraged to visit the park to familiarize themselves with our larger and more technical features, while newcomers / family-oriented cyclists will be invited to the sport thanks to our softer routes and bike courses / programs. FSBR has something for everyone and we look forward to welcoming you.
Is there a residential component in this project? No, this is just an opportunity to have fun. There will be nothing residential in the project (ex.
What forest fire prevention measures do you plan to take for this property? We are working with Elk Creek Fire and the National Forest Service to develop a formal bush fire mitigation plan that will keep all properties healthy for 3-7 years. The properties provided are currently at risk of forest fires in the Confier area, and our goal is to reduce this risk by keeping the properties healthy.
Are there any plans to have EMS staff on-site? Yes, we will have ambulance personnel to respond to incidents in the park.
We will also have a formal emergency response plan with EMS Elk Creek. Where would the emergency / ambulance stations be located? Our infirmary will be located inside as part of the main house. What additional efforts will be made by Elk Creek Fire and EMS in relation to accidents and injuries at Shadow Mountain Drive Park?
Most of the injuries in the park will be handled locally by our EMT team so as not to add to the workload on EMS Elk Creek. We will have a formal emergency medical plan with Elk Creek Fire to respond effectively when needed, and the park will be designed to minimize walking. The park will bring together cyclists on exclusively bike trails, designed and managed by professionals, with the aim of centralizing and accelerating the response to mountain biking emergencies in the coniferous regions. In terms of incident response on Shadow Mountain Drive, we will conduct a formal traffic investigation to assess potential road hazard reduction needs where possible.
What are the implications of this project for the use of water / natural resources? Our impact on water and natural resources is currently projected to be below the ownership level established to date. If water consumption has exceeded expectations, we are working on a plan to increase the amount of water to make up for the excess consumption.
How does the park intend to combat impacts on wildlife? We entered into a dialogue with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to understand migration patterns in the area, which will support our design and minimize the impact on wildlife on the site.
Most of our infrastructure is offered on a portion of the property that is already fenced off for big game. What are your plans to increase / decrease your traffic? We are working on a formal in-depth traffic survey to understand the impact we have on public roads and reduce the load on them. Is this a seasonal business or a year-round business? What months do you plan to work?
Do you allow other activities on the territory? The park plans to operate from April to October, weather permitting. We do not plan to allow other activities on the territory, but we do plan to offer the community several types of free access to the forest (for example,
Are you planning to minimize the park’s visual impact? Yes, we are working with the community to make the park fit the landscape as much as possible. It is possible that some of our major infrastructure facilities are completely hidden from the roadway. Where and how large would the proposed designs be?
We are still developing the official site plans. We are working with the necessary departments, but we want the community to listen to concerns before finalizing plans. We expect the plot on the south side of Shadow Mountain Dr. will be the place of all operations, and we do not expect that the infrastructure will expand beyond the elevator, house, parking and outbuildings we need.
Will there be light pollution in the park? This will be just a day’s operation. What noise does this park make? How are you going to alleviate it? Mountain biking is a relaxing sport, and our cable car will be fully electric.
It will be just a day’s operation. What retail operations are planned on the site? The only retail operations that will take place on the mountain will be across the mountain inside the lodge: selling park branded merchandise such as T-shirts with available bike parts (for example, we will not have other retailers on site.
This will in no way resemble the appearance of a shopping village in a ski resort. All visitors interested in retail will be encouraged to visit local businesses in Konifer. Konifere is already a mountain biking destination.
Will this increase the number of cyclists in the area? The mountain will effectively unite cyclists on the uphill bike trails, effectively reducing the number of cyclists on mixed-use trails and reducing congestion, making them safer for hikers and users. Many people in the area are not happy with the idea of creating a bike park in the area.
Below are the concerns of the anti-Bike Ranch group.
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