Give Back the Family Pass!

Blaming their financial problems on mis-use of the family pass by locals, the City of Colorado Springs has eliminated the $100 unlimited family pass.  The true cost of maintaining the highway arises from its use as tourist attraction.  Passing the infrastructural costs of the tourism industry on to local families is wrong.  The Pike National Forest is public land and locals should be able to hike, ski, bike and climb without being subject to extortion.  Join us in demanding that the $100 unlimited family pass be restored. The city won't listen unless you say something!  Read on to find out how to show your support.

Show Your Support
  • Contact your city council member!
  • Leave a comment -- choosing anonymous is easiest!
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We're not asking you to support something without the facts.  Please read through the other posts on this site to learn all the details.