By: Incline | March 31, 2016

All good things must.... be repaired.  Due to the rugged nature of the trail, erosion happens.  We will be closing the trail again for repairs from 22 Aug 2016 thru 2 Dec 2016.  For more details, go check out the recent article in the Gazette.  http://gazette.com/article/1573233 

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By: Incline | March 31, 2016

    Thank you all for your patience and understanding with the next round of Incline repairs! We understand how inconvenient and disappointing it can be to have our favorite trail closed for a few months, but we are certain that it will be re-opened as expediently as possible and with the same high level of quality as were completed in the 2014 repairs. As the date gets closer, we will keep you updated as best as possible, as well and provide lots of alternative trails to whet your appetite until the Incline is re-opened.


    With regards to the rule enforcement, we understand the high level of anxiety and frustration associated. These rules are nothing "new", they've been in place since the Incline was officially opened in 2013, b...

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By: Incline | February 27, 2016

                                                                                                                                                                    February 21, 2016


Dear Friends and Fellow Open Space Advocates,


    For nearly 6 years, the Incline Friends has been devoted to the continuing goal of preserving and sustaining the Manitou Incline as one of the many outdoor treasures of the Pikes Peak Region. Through complicated inter-governmental agreements, trail easements, conditional use permits and literally mountain-sized obstacles, we have navigated in the pursuit of this goal; we are no strangers to difficult or controversial problems with regards to our favorite trail. From the initial legalization of the trail in 2013...

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By: Incline | December 10, 2015

Incline’s best friends working to address complaints

By Rhonda Van Pelt

Ryan Johnson seems the ideal ambassador for the Manitou Incline. First: the high school chemistry teacher loves to hike the strenuous trail several times a week.

“There’s something intangible about the Incline that just resonates with me, and a lot of people, I think. The intensity of the workout, the beauty and peacefulness of the setting, its proximity to town yet remote quality. . . the Incline is more than just a hike, it’s a transcendent experience,” he said.

Second: after four years as a board member-at-large and vice president of the Incline Friends board of directors, he was named board president last spring.

Most importantly, he recognizes the importance of effectiv...

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By: Incline | November 30, 2015

Come on out an support the Manitou Springs Incline at this Indy give! event!!! 

Yarn is a Grammy-nominated band that hails from New York with an Americana sound.  Opening for them is the Woodshed Red, from right here in the Rocky Mountains.  To listen to some of their music and buy tickets, click here:

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