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Bridalveil Falls to Reopen
Submitted By: John McNamee on Oct 3, 2008

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In the Denverpost today:

Land purchase to reopen Bridal Falls access
The Denver Post
Article Last Updated: 10/03/2008 01:48:32 AM MDT

The completion of a $1.4 million purchase and transfer of the Kentucky Placer — a 114-acre corridor — will reopen public access to the Bridal Falls near Telluride.

The purchase — which opens one of the state's premier ice-climbing sites — was made by the Trust for Public Lands in partnership with the town of Telluride and San Miguel County.

The parcel running from Bear Creek Preserve to the falls will be owned by Telluride and San Miguel County.

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By kirra
Oct 3, 2008
Hi John, according to the local press it may not be a 'done-deal' quite yet.? Sept 29, Telluride Daily Planet - sure will be a good thing when it finally happens..!
By Handsome B. Wonderful
Oct 6, 2008
Reopened? What's the point? Nobody cared anyway, and at least you got to feel like you were doing something bad when it was closed.
From: Santa Monica, Ca.
Oct 7, 2008
If you've been arrested 2 or 3 times and had to pay a healthy fine, you care!

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