HOT BLAST: More publicity for Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail
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Cyclists on Coldwater Mountain. (File)
Cyclists on Coldwater Mountain. (File)
Count the Alabama Forestry Commission as one of the bandwagon-jumpers latching on to the promise of the Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail.

Earlier today, the commission sent out a press release touting the state's biking trails. But it was Anniston's Coldwater Mountain trail on which the commission championed the loudest. As for the rest of the state ...

"While Coldwater Mountain might be a focal point for mountain bike trail construction, it isn’t the only part of the state courting mountain bikers. Nine of Alabama’s 22 State Parks and a handful of other Forever Wild properties offer mountain bike trails as well. For example, trail restoration and construction is currently a priority at Chewacla State Park in Auburn. The park now has many new miles of trail thanks in part to the Central Alabama Mountain Pedalers (CAMP)."

Of course, it's common knowledge here in Calhoun County that Coldwater Mountain is spectacular for cyclists. It's something of which we should be proud.

-- Phillip Tutor
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