Colorado-Cherokee Trail

Covering the Emigrant Trails of Colorado

Bents Fort

1/7 Bents Fort

Swales

2/7 Swales

Ancient Paths

3/7 Ancient Paths

Blackfoot Cave

4/7 Blackfoot Cave

Ralston Creek

5/7 Ralston Creek

Fort Vasquez

6/7 Fort Vasquez

Virginia Dale

7/7 Virginia Dale

The mission of the Colorado-Cherokee Trail Chapter is to protect the legacy of the historic trails that traversed Colorado. We are particularly interested in promoting public awareness and preservation of the Cherokee Trail.

Overview

We are marking and mapping the Cherokee Trail and working with private landowners and government agencies to pursue our mission. We hold meetings and tours throughout the state of Colorado and publish a quarterly newsletter.

      Leadership

      • President and Membership - Camille Bradford
      • Immediate Past President - Mark Voth
      • Secretary - Virginia Dissette
      • Treasurer - Peggy Watson
      • Webmaster and Newsletter - Berl Meyer
      • Mapping - Richard Deisch
      • Member at large - Sharon Danhauer
      • Vice President - unfilled

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