Regional Christmas Tree Program: Front Range/Denver Metro Cutting Areas Map

 
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Animated Christmas tree with presents around the bottomThe Rocky Mountain Region manages 17 national forests and seven national grasslands throughout Colorado, Nebraska, along with most of South Dakota and Wyoming. Christmas tree cutting permits are generally available from most US Forest Service offices [.pdf 433KB] throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. Call the office of the closest Ranger District to the area you want to cut in to verify that they are offering Christmas tree cutting permits.
 
The map below shows the Front Range [Denver Metro Area] Primary Christmas Tree Cutting areas. These areas are within the shortest driving distances from (north to south) Ft. Collins, Denver and Colorado Springs.
 
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Front Range Primary Christmas Tree Cutting Areas Map
 
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On the map below, when you see a Christmas Tree icon in a text box, click on them and you will be taken to that cutting area's separate information webpage.
 
Front Range [Denver Metro Area] Primary Christmas Tree Cutting Areas MapUS Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Regional Office - Click to view link to the Regional Christmas Tree Cutting Program website Roosevelt National Forest, Canyon Lakes Ranger District office - Click to view a link Arapaho National Forest, Sulphur Ranger District office - Click to view a link Pike National Forest, Pikes Peak Ranger District office - Click to view a link Pike National Forest, South Platte Ranger District office - Click to view a link Click to view a link to the Rampart Range Road Christmas Tree Cutting Area webpage Click to view a link to the Buffalo Creek Christmas Tree Cutting Area webpage Click to view a link to the Fraser/Winter Park Christmas Tree Cutting Area webpage Click to view a link to the Red Feather Lakes Christmas Tree Cutting Area webpage
 
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