Look here for general information about the fire program on the Forests and Grassland. For the latest information about local prescribed fires or wildfires call our fire information line at 970-498-1030.
The most effective way to prevent mishaps is to adequately prepare for your trip. Knowledge of the area, weather and limitations of your body can help ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. Most areas of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests are currently affected by the Mountain Pine Beetle outbreak, in addition to the other safety pointers, please also follow the 10 tips for planning a safe trip in Bark Beetle areas and recreation around hazardous trees.
A 1,040 acre area south of Nederland is closed to target shooting, pending further collaborative visioning for a long term strategy that provides safer, more sustainable recreational sport shooting opportunities. Click following link to read the full press release: U.S. Forest Service extends, expands temporary shooting closure
Roadside hazard tree removal will begin on Aug. 10 on the Water Board Road (FSR 128) in Grand County near Fraser and Tabernash. Closures will be rolling as work progresses along the road and some trailheads might be effected. Through travel will not be possible. See map