2018 Accomplishment Report Released

The White Mountain National Forest team is proud to provide an overview of the many programs, activities, and projects we have worked on in 2018. Through direct natural resource management, the pursuit and exchange of new knowledge, and partnerships with State and private landowners, we help maintain healthy, resilient, and productive forests for future generations.

Our Centennial Celebration

The White Mountain National Forest turns 100 in 2018 and we want to invite you to the party! This defining moment offers an opportunity to reflect on the Forest’s successes and create a new century of stewardship and engagement.

Forest Roads Status

Seasonal road closures are common on the White Mountain National Forest. The U.S. Forest Service closes roads seasonally for many reasons. Some roads are closed because they are not passable due to snow, snow drifts and ice or to protect the road bed. Closed areas are open to foot traffic unless otherwise noted. Extreme damaging weather events can also temporarily close roads for safety concerns.

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Please call the Ranger District where the National Forest System road is located to confirm road status before heading up to your destination.

Water Safety

Heavy rain can create potentially dangerous and life threatening situations if attempting a water crossing or simply getting too close to take the perfect picture.  
Refresh your water recreating safety knowledge before heading out on your trip.

Fall Foliage is Beautiful on the White Mountain National Forest

Autumn is a special place in on the White Mountain National Forest.  Scenic driving is a favorite activity and there are several routes to chose from; or go off the beaten path and drive a lesser known route. Find out more about how you can enjoy the changingof the seasons on the White Mountain National Forest. 

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