The National Park Service is moving ahead with plans to build a hiking trail in the New Mexico mountains.
The agency announced on Tuesday that it is planning to create a $30 million project that will link the trails at Pacheco Canyon to the Pachecos Trail.
The PacheCo Trail will be built on the Pacho Ranch site, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) north of Albuquerque.
The new trail is expected to be complete in 2019.
The Pacheca Trail will feature trails for hikers and mountain bikers, and will be open to both recreational and guided tours.
It will also include a 1,600-foot (465-meter) trail for the popular mountain biker trail, which is being developed by the Pachacamac Mountain Club.
The trails will be managed by the New Mexican Mountain Clubs and the National Park Services, which are both part of the federal Forest Service.
They will be accessible to visitors who are at least 13 years old, and there will be no fee for hiking or mountain biking.
The trail will connect Pachecumco Canyon and the Pacha Co Trail, which will connect the Pachuco Canyon area to Pachuca Trail.
The National Park’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is overseeing the project and has made recommendations on how to proceed, according to a statement from the agency.
“This project is a win-win for all involved,” said John Geddes, an agency spokesman.
“The trail is a beautiful trail that connects people from all over the country to the great outdoors.
The community is also excited to see the PACHACA trail built, and the project will bring many opportunities for the area’s youth.”
The trail and surrounding area are located in the Pachesacamac National Forest.