Welcome to the Forest Service
Intermountain Region 4
Have a fun time and play safe recreating during all the seasons in our region of forests as they offer a variety of landscapes.
The National Forest System Lands of the Intermountain Region are located in the heart of the west, encompassing 12 forests and 1 grassland. Explore 34 million acres while enjoying all your favorite recreational activities including camping, fishing, hiking, biking, OHV use, boating, etc.
The forests range from heavily timbered slopes of central Idaho on the Payette National Forest to red rock open country in southern Utah. Forest lands in Nevada and the beautiful Bridger Teton National Forest of Wyoming round out the region. Please check our Alerts and Notifications and Fire Information before recreating in the Region. Forests implement closures and important notifications at various times for your safety.
What's Currently Happening in the Intermountain Region?
The Intermountain Region is telling our story! Learn more about Wildfire Crisis Landscape projects, Great American Outdoors Act, and all the other great work being accomplished across Utah, Idaho, Nevada and portions of Wyoming.
In the Spotlight
What's new in the Intermountain Region? The latest news on the hottest topics are available here. Stay tuned, as these topics change.
Community Wildfire Defense Grant Program
Funding Identified to Strengthen Wood Products Economy, Forest Sector Jobs, Sustainable Forest Management
Visit the Region
The Intermountain Region posts critical information via alerts, notifications, fire information for your safety.
"Know Before You Go!"
Learn more about the Intermountain Region, Forest and Grassland Offices and Regional Leadership. Contact us with your questions!
Media Hub ~ News Releases ~ Leadership ~ Story Maps
Get the latest Intermountain Region leadership updates, browse news releases, read the latest feature stories, explore pictures of our beautiful region in Flickr, watch educational videos and click through interesting storymaps.
Information on COVID-19
The Intermountain Region asks the public to please recreate responsibly. Law enforcement and/or search and rescue operations may be limited due to COVID-19 issues IF it is prevalent in your area. We also encourage you to follow public health guidelines regarding any travel. Please refer to forest websites in the Intermountain Region for changes due to any special circumstances.