OHV Riding & Camping
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Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV) are becoming more and more popular as a means to get off the paved road and into the back country. There are many forest roads on the Boise National Forest that offer incredible scenery and include different skill levels of riding. The open trails, roads and areas are identified on the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUMs). They are available for free at Ranger District Offices or at the Interagency Visitor Center in Boise. There is a map for each Ranger District.
The MVUM is an enforceable document that designated open and available motorized travel routes on the Boise National Forest. Any route not shown on the map is closed to motorized use even if it appears drivable, has tracks, or is singed with a road/trail number. Use the MVUM as your “ultimate guide”.
Highlighted OHV Trail Riding by District - VIEW AND PRINT here!
Check out this Web site for more information about OHV trails in Idaho - Rider Planet USA