Inyo National Forest Over Snow Vehicle Use Designation

This project will designate motorized over-snow vehicle (OSV/snowmobile) use on National Forest System roads and trails and areas on National Forest System lands as allowed, restricted, or prohibited. It will also identify trails for grooming for snowmobile use.

We expect to have a proposed action out in April, but would like your thoughts about snowmobile use at this time,to help inform our initial proposed action. If you have some ideas about snowmobile use, please let us know!

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Thank you for your input about snowmobile management on your Forest.

Location Summary

The entire area of the Inyo National Forest that receives sufficient snowfall for potential snowmobile use.

District: Inyo National Forest All Units

Project Milestones

MilestoneDate
Scoping Start04/01/2016 (Estimated)
Comment Period01/01/2017 (Estimated)
Objection Period Start07/01/2017 (Estimated)
Decision12/01/2017 (Estimated)
Implementation01/01/2018 (Estimated)

Project Documents

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