Echo Amphitheater will reopen at 9 a.m. on Jan. 2, 2024. It may close as early as March 2024 for the second phase of construction funded by the Legacy Restoration Fund. It’s name comes from the auditory component of the otherwise visually stunning natural amphitheater.
It’s a new year and that means seasonal changes around the forest, from road closures to a partial closure in the Valle Vidal, plus news about office hours and permit sales.
It’s a new year and that means seasonal changes around the forest, from road closures to a partial closure in the Valle Vidal., plus news about office hours and permit sales.
Red River is a popular hub for off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation and tourism in and around Carson National Forest. Now, some of the desintations visitors frequent are going to get an upgrade, thanks to an injection of funding from the State of New Mexico.
A third-party facilitator working for the Carson National Forest is bringing together a working group that will develop, refine, and evaluate maps of trail system proposals for the Talpa Foothills area to the east of Taos, NM. The Forest Service will consider these in the National Environmental Policy Act process, which includes more opportunities for public engagement.
The Carson National Forest has completed revision of its new land management plan. The plan provides strategic direction to guide management of forest resources and a framework for decision making on site specific projects and activities.