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Zack Little walks back to his vehicle after hiking at Chautauqua Park in Boulder on Dec. 5.
Zack Little walks back to his vehicle after hiking at Chautauqua Park in Boulder on Dec. 5.
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With help from 12 partner agencies, Boulder County Parks and Open Space on Thursday launched the Boulder Area Trails app.

Available for iOS and Android devices, the app provides access to all trail information in and around Boulder County, including all 295 trailheads and 1,440 miles of trails in Boulder, Boulder County Broomfield, Longmont, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, Erie, Lyons, Nederland, Rocky Mountain National Park, and U.S. Forest Service land.

Once downloaded, the app provides real-time trail closure information and allows users to find trails by use or type, plan routes by connecting local community trails and to use maps while offline, according to a news release.

For more information, visit TrailsApp.org.

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