OHV Riding & Camping

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Tread Lightly: Share the Road and Trails 


OHV riding is one of many ways to enjoy the Bridger-Teton National Forest. There are hundreds of miles of designated roads and trails available seasonally, on the six Forest Districts of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. The Travel Management Rule announced in 2005 requires each National Forest and Grassland to identify and designate those roads, trails, and areas that are open to motor vehicle use. The Rule provides a national framework for local units to use in designating a sustainable system of roads, trails, and areas for motor vehicle use. The Rule's goal is to secure a wide range of recreation opportunities while ensuring the best possible care of the land.  


OHV recreation must occur on designated routes only. All roads and trails are designed for the class of vehicle and the season of use. There are no “open” areas for OHV recreation on the Jackson or Buffalo Ranger Districts. Motorized vehicles are restricted to designated routes to prevent resource damage, wildlife disturbance, and conflicts between motorized and non-motorized visitors, particularly during the fall hunting season. The Motor Vehicle Use Map is updated and printed annually displaying the motorized route system available for each Ranger district of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. The Motor Vehicles Use Map (MVUM) can be obtained on the Bridger-Teton National Forest website, at the individual Ranger districts or from the BTNF Supervisor Office in Jackson, WY.



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