Travel Management Planning
2013 Motor Vehicle Use Maps - Snow Free (MVUM)
Note: To print a portion of the maps you may do one of the following while in the Adobe program:
Select Tools-->Select & Zoom onto area of interest-->Snapshot Tool (the cursor will change into a cross)-->With the cursor drag/select the area to be printed and release mouse button-->You will receive a message that the selected area has been copied, press OK-->Select File-Print-->Print Options-->Select Print Range-Selected Graphics
Using Zoom Tool select area of interest-->Select File-Print-->Select Current View
Over Snow Motor Vehicle Use - 2013-2014 Snow Season
Special Order for 2013-2014 Snow Season
The Payette National Forest (PNF) has issued a one year motorized over snow vehicle special Order that has modify the restrictions to over-snow motorized use currently in effect (451,200 acres closed to motorized use), in three areas. The changes are:
• Granite Mountain: 4,730 acres to be closed to over-snow motor vehicle use from January 15 – March 3, 2014.
• Hitt Mountain: 764 acres to be opened to over-snow motor vehicle use.
• Squaw Point: 1,234 acres to be opened to over-snow motor vehicle use.
All other existing non-motorized over-snow closure areas would be re-instated.
As stated above, 1,998 acres in the areas around Hitt Mtn. and Squaw Point is open (change from existing condition) to over-snow motor vehicle use for the entire 2013-2014 season and 4,730 acres in the Granite Mtn. area would be closed to over-snow motor vehicle use from January 15 – March 3, 2014 (75 days).
451,200 acres are currently closed to over-snow vehicle use. The modifications adjusts the number of total acres closed to over-snow motorized use to 453,932 acres for the 2013-2014 Winter Season. This acreage figure does not include the acres within the PNF portion of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, which are closed by law to over-snow motorized use.
Over Snow Vehicle Use Maps:
East side of the forest
West side of the forest
Snow-Free Motor Vehicle Use - Records of Decision
Final EIS -- Posted May 25, 2007
Summer Use Maps
Winter Use Maps
The following maps show the FEIS winter travel designations by alternative. These are high resolution maps, at about 13 MB each. Approximate download times are as follows: 2-6 minutes with DSL; approximately 30 minutes with a dial-up connection. Hard copies of these maps are also available for viewing and overnight check-out at the McCall, Weiser, and Council Ranger Districts, and the Forest Supervisor's office in McCall. You may also pick up a CD copy of these maps at the Forest Supervisor's office at 800 West Lakeside Ave. in McCall.