Kids play in the snow and help with the holiday treeCutting a Christmas tree in a national forest is a tradition for many. By cutting your own tree, you take an active part in managing your national forests!

For more information on permits & tree cutting information, visit the tree cutting page. You can also purchase a Christmas tree permit online at recreation.gov

Hiring for Temporary Positions for the 2021 Field Season

Submit your application for temporary WILDLAND FIRE jobs November 16-27 (updated to 27th).

Outreach is happening now. Check out the temporary fire jobs list. Get your application/resume ready. We will be accepting applications for wildland firefighting positions November 16-27, 2020. News Release

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jeep parked in front of tent located on the edge of a meadow.The Rocky Mountain Region Trails Strategy is Here!

The Rocky Mountain Region manages more than 21,000 miles of motorized, mechanized, and nonmotorized trails and provides administrative and
recreation access to more than 28 million people annually on over 22 million acres of public land in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

The Trails Stewardship Strategy will guide how we work together to share, steward, and enjoy a sustainable system of trails across the region. This strategy is not a decision document, but a springboard upon which all stakeholders in the Rocky Mountain Region can engage to collectively move forward. Join us! Together, we can ensure a lasting trails legacy for generations to come.

Great American Outdoor Act

Virtual Listening Opportunity, Need Your Feedback by November 30

The USDA Forest Service is moving forward with implementation of the Great American Outdoors Act, which will enable federal land managers to take aggressive steps to address deferred maintenance and other infrastructure projects on national forests and grasslands through 2025.

Safety is Your Responsibility.

Always check local conditions & Know Before You Go

2020 Fire Information

Visit inciweb.nwcg.gov for current fire information. 

Maps: Find national forest & grassland maps 

Alerts by forest: View Alerts notifications by national forests and grasslands throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.

In case of emergency dial 911.

Maps
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Passes
Graphic: Annual Pass Image. Select to view recreation pass information.
Plan a Visit
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Forest Health
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Recreation Interactive Visitor Map

To see fire activity- go to "layers" on the left side & select fire activity.

View a larger maphttps://www.fs.fed.us/ivm/

Need to talk with someone in the Regional Office?

nedd us call usIf you know what department you want to talk to, here's the phone directory. Not sure who you need to talk to? Here's the general information phone number 303-275-5350. We look forward to talking with you!

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