Forest Service says some Aspen-area trails will open late, if they open at all

Scott Condon
The Aspen Times
Snow piled up at the Maroon Creek Road closure by T-Lazy 7 Ranch. The snow depth and avalanche debris covering the road further up the valley will make it challenging to open the road at the annual target date of May 15, according to Pitkin County and Forest Service officials.
Anna Stonehouse/The Aspen Times

Night lights on

Floodlights will be used throughout the night until Thursday as work is performed on new city office buildings at Rio Grande Place. Story on PAGE A3

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