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New trail a start but won’t solve all high-use troubles

n the three hours my husband Jim and I spent checking out the newly built Mount Van Hoevenberg East Trail on Saturday of Columbus Day weekend, we shared the trail and summit with some sixty people—and at least twenty dogs—who enjoyed an easy hike and some of the most spectacular views of the High Peaks in the Park during the height of

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