You have chosen to visit one of the crown jewels of our nation's public land system. As stewards of this remarkable landscape, the employees of the White River National Forest invite you to discover, experience, and appreciate all it has to offer.
Your National Forests are part of a public land system that serves as a foundation for our nation's strength and vitality. They provide fresh water, clean air, scenic open spaces, abundant habitat for wildlife, and endless recreation opportunities for citizens to enjoy.
Our goal is to conserve these lands working alongside communities, partners, and volunteers to ensure you and generations to come continue to enjoy all the many benefits your National Forests have to offer. Scott Fitzwilliams, Forest Supervisor
Tune into the Cradle of Wilderness
LIVE on August 22 at 10 a.m. MST for a special broadcasted panel discussion from the Overlook at the Cradle of Wilderness just outside the Flat Tops Wilderness area on the White River National Forest. Help us celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Wilderness Act.