Michael Martin Murphey 'signs on' to benefit Battle Pass


Sarah Hutchins

One of the interpretative signs on Battle Pass Highway (Highway 70) stands on the Encampment side of the pass. This is what John Farr, President of the Battle Pass Scenic Byway Alliance, would like to see more of along the entire pass.

John Farr, President of the Battle Pass Scenic Byway Alliance (BPSBA), wants to improve the number and quality of the interpretive signs on Highway 70 in-between Encampment and Baggs - which, was the start of the Michael Martin Murphey benefit concert for Battle Pass Highway.

The benefit concert is for the Battle Pass Scenic Byway in attempt to earn some funds to ultimately improve interpretive signs along the highway.

"There's some [signs] up but not all of them are accurate and there are some that need to be put up," said Farr.

Many grants are available for placing signs on scenic bywa...

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