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How Latino groups are making trails more accessible for Spanish speakers

A beautiful overlook in Colorado.
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The Mountain West region offers endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. But Spanish speakers can find it tough to enjoy the trails when there are no maps or other information in their primary language.

Latino groups are looking for solutions to get more members of their community outdoors. Aspen Public Radio's Caroline Llanes reports for the Mountain West News Bureau.

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