Preserving & Enhancing
the Mosquito Range
Whether resident or visitor, MRHI was
organized by and for those who are passionate about the beauty and
fragility of our Mosquito Range mountain resources.
Our mission: The Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative, through
cooperative efforts, seeks to conserve unique natural areas,
preserve historic & cultural sites, promote diverse recreation and
develop community business opportunities.
Our Continental Divide study area spans the Mosquito Range Mountains
north to south from Hoosier Pass to Weston Pass, and east to west
from the Middle Fork of the South Platte River to the Park County
Whether the issue involves access to 14ers (14,000+ foot mountains),
preserving sensitive wetlands, rebuilding a well-worn trail or
saving a historic mining structure, MRHI is there. These precious
resources are the reason we live here…and the incentive for
worldwide travelers to select this as their destination.
MRHI and Wildland Restoration Volunteers
pose for a moment at the Beaver Ridge Restoration Project Summer
2015. Our thanks to all for the dedicated effort.
MRHI’s 2016 Calendars are now available! Support your local nonprofit
and enjoy beautiful photos of the Mosquito Range all year long from
local photographers. Calendars are just $10 and available on our
website, at MRHI’s booth at Railroad Day,
the Moonwalk, and the Fairplay Holiday Bazaar, or at any of the
Alma Coffee House
Alma Town Hall
Coyote Creek Art Gallery
Fairplay Town Hall
High Alpine Sports
South Park Ranger District