The U.S. Forest Service is reevaluating what roads and trails in Pike & San Isabel National Forests will be open to future public motor vehicle use.
Deep in the heart of Pike & San Isabel National Forests (PSI) are thousands of winding and bifurcating passages resembling an intricate network of arteries and veins. These 2,500-plus miles of trails and roads in forestlands spanning 15 Colorado counties transport nature lovers and recreationists to and from some of their favorite outdoor destinations, and […]
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