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Stratton Open Space is a diverse region of five ecosystems including ponderosa pine forest, scrub oak brushland, high meadow grassland, cattail marshes and a riparian area. The area contains a wide variety of wildlife and wildflowers. Eight miles of trails range from easy to difficult. One of the region's most popular mountain biking trails - the Chutes - is in Stratton.
Cheyenne Commons is made up of a small number of committed residents who help maintain the trails in Stratton Open Space.
Their priorities: preserve the natural resources and enhance recreational opportunities, raise funds for maintenance costs (trash removal, security, trail maintenance and improvement) and serve as an advisory group to the Parks Department on issues concerning Stratton Open Space
318 Acres, @8 miles of trails
Cheyenne Commons is attempting to build an active membership of people willing to contribute financially and volunteer hours to build a vibrant friends group.