Daybreak South | Apr 26, 2013 | 4:59

Accessing the Golden Gem of Mount 7

It's far from the road less travelled. In fact, more high-traffic could lead to the demise of accessing Mt. 7 above Golden. Chris Walker talks to Mountain Biker Andy Bostock about the possible demise of Mount 7.

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