Rocky Mountain Region Trails Strategy

jeep parked in front of tent located on the edge of a meadow.The Rocky Mountain Region manages more than 21,000 miles of motorized, mechanized, and nonmotorized trails and provides administrative and
recreation access to more than 28 million people annually on over 22 million acres of public land in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

The trails stewardship strategy will guide how we work together to share, steward, and enjoy a sustainable system of trails across the region. This strategy is not a decision document, but a springboard upon which all stakeholders in the Rocky Mountain Region can engage to collectively move forward. Simultaneously, the region and this trails stewardship strategy will tier and contribute to the achievement of larger nationwide initiatives of the Forest Service, including the National Strategy for a Sustainable Trail System, the 10-Year Sustainable Trails Stewardship Challenge, and the Trails Stewardship Act.

Join us! Together, we can ensure a lasting trails legacy for generations to come.


Trails Strategies

Agreement for Shared Stewardship Between United States Department of Agriculture and

Additional Supporting Documents