Bitterroot National Forest Travel Management Planning
The Bitterroot National Forest?s Travel Management Planning (Travel Planning) Project Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) was completed to analyze the physical, biological, social, and economic effects of the proposed changes to the designated system of roads, trails, and areas open to summer (includes spring and fall months) and over-snow motorized and mechanical transport (including bicycles) use on the Forest. The project area for the Travel Management Planning Project is the portion of the Bitterroot National Forest outside of Designated Wilderness (use of motorized equipment or mechanical transport in Designated Wilderness is prohibited by the Wilderness Act of 1964, and is beyond the scope of the project). The project area totals approximately 850,626 acres.
Region 1, Bitterroot National Forest
District: Bitterroot National Forest All Units
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