Welcome to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Plan Your Next Adventure!
Explore the diverse landscapes of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. From towering snow-capped peaks to wide-open sage steppes, the Forest is known for its many recreational opportunities.
The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest’s spectacular 6.3 million acres make it the largest National Forest in the lower 48 states. The Forest does not resemble most other National Forests in that it has numerous fairly large but non-contiguous sections scattered across most of the state of Nevada and a portion of eastern California. Forest offices are located in Austin, Carson City, Elko, Ely, Las Vegas, Sparks, Tonopah, Wells, and Winnemucca in Nevada and Bridgeport in California.
Bridgeport Winter Recreation Area to Open Saturday for Snowmobiling
Release Date: Dec 2, 2022
Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest Releases Santa Rosa Rangeland Management Project’s Draft Decision Notice
Release Date: Nov 30, 2022
A StoryMap that explains how natural spurge predators help the Forest combat leafy spurge, a noxious weed.
A StoryMap that showcases the reopening efforts of the Lamoille Canyon Road after the canyon received a vast amount of rain in August 2021 that caused 20 debris flows that block access to the road.
Forest Service careers provide exciting and challenging opportunities to be involved in the management and protection more than 193 million acres of our nation’s most magnificent lands.
Prescribed Fire: Good for the Forest.
View an interactive ArcGIS StoryMap that is dedicated to all things prescribed fire!
Forest Tribal Relations
The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest recognizes and celebrates the sovereignty of over 26 federally recognized Tribes with ancestral ties to this region.
Wild Horse Adoption Program
Learn about how you can adopt a horse through the BLM's Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Program.