On August 31st leaders from Salt Lake County, Rio Tinto and the Bureau of Land Management met in the shade of Oquirrh oak trees to cut the ribbon on a new system of trails. 16 miles of trails have been added near the mouth of Butterfield Canyon. The process to get these trails approved and built has taken several years but has been well worth the wait. Here are some links to coverage of the ribbon cutting event along with photos from the event



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