The Gila National Forest is located in the southwest corner of New Mexico.
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Gila National Forest

 

   

 

 

Autumn Hike Changing Colors Green and Yellow Mosiac

 

2013 Flood Impacts Remain in Some Areas

Some areas of the forest remain impacted by last year's floods. While the main roads are passable, roads that tier off of the arterial roads may still be impassable. Forest visitors are encouraged to check with the local Ranger District office to get current information on conditions prior to venturing to the forest. 

 

 

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Recent News


Features

50th Wilderness Anniversary Celebration

50th Wilderness Anniversary Celebration

Gila NF and Silver City Museum are planning Gila Wild in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act and the 90th Anniversary of the Gila Wilderness.


Travel Management Planning

Two track road leading into the forest

On November 9 2005, the Forest Service published a new Travel Management Rule, governing off-highway vehicles (OHV) and other motor vehicle use on national forests. Click here for a fact sheet about the release of the Travel Management Decision.

Spotlights

High School Spring Break Project

Students spend spring break on Black Range Ranger District

Hot Springs High School students spent their spring break helping restore a trail on the Black Range Ranger District.

Catwalk Recreation Area

After flood clean up

Hours of use at the Catwalk National Recreation Area will be restricted to 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. starting Wednesday, July 2.

 




Black Range District Ranger Receives National Award

Larry Cosper receives National Award

Larry Cosper is the recipient of the 2013 National Fire Line Officer Team Award for "Excellence in Line Officer Commitment to Firefighter and Public Safety."

Grant County Trails Month

Gila NF Participates in Grant County Trails Month

Gila National Forest employees and Grant County joined together April 5 for interpretive hikes on the Ft. Bayard trail system, northeast of Silver City.