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A little more than a week past Valentine's Day, love sprang eternal on the Incline. Friends said this couple had met on the Incline so just up from the base and to the side of the ties they tied the knot on Saturday, February 23. Yes, of course, the couple and some of the wedding party intended to hike the Incline post-ceremony. If she'd had a bouquet that would've been quite the toss from the top ay?…
Posted by Bill Beagle on February 23, 2013 at 12:00pm
Incline Diva Jill Suarez (or as she dubbed herself, "The Incline Bunny)" was one of more than a dozen people who ponied up cash to have their picture taken, one more time, with the "No Trespassing" sign that was removed from the Incline for eventual display at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. A lot of hikers took advantage of a beautiful, Spring-like day to climb the Incline which became legally open to the public on February 1, 2013. One couple (see above)…Continue
Posted by Bill Beagle on February 23, 2013 at 10:00am
At our recent crew leader training some of us discussed the “patience factor,” i.e. crew leaders don’t want to be waiting around for volunteers to organize, pay attention, etc. and volunteers, since they are giving freely of their time, don’t want that time wasted either. As a volunteer, when you arrive for a trail project you can expect a certain amount of time will be spent organizing you into different crews, familiarizing you with tools and most importantly, reviewing safety…Continue
Posted by Bill Beagle on May 1, 2012 at 1:15pm
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I'm a new Boy Scout in the community here, and I joined the June 10th City Council meeting and I talked to a woman named Sandi Yukman about a possible Eagle project in September. This obviously caught my attention and gave her my contact info, but I…Continue
Started by Sean Rowland. Last reply by Sandi Yukman Aug 14, 2014.
Dear Incline Friends,I am disappointed that the incline was opened over a year ago, with no proper downhill traffic plan. The signage on the bottom suggests not descending down the incline, but it falls short of guiding the hikers (especially those…Continue
Started by Nicole Rosa. Last reply by Nicole Rosa May 17, 2014.