completed rock wallChimney Rock Brings History Alive

In 2012, Chimney Rock was designated a National Monument by the USDA Forest Service. Since the designation, the San Juan NF has partnered with 26 Native American Tribes and Pueblos to design, construct, and bless site amenities so 18,000 visitors each year can learn about the history, the paths, and significance this area meant to the ancient cultures and what it still means to the Native American Community today.

Know Before You Go

Your national forests and grasslands provide a natural arena for a wide variety of fun and exciting outdoor activities. Some sites require a modest recreation fee to help provide the services and facilities at the site. To help you get the most of our your experience, read these helpful tips.

Be Cool & Stay Cool

Trip Planning

Emergency? dial 911.

Safety is Your Responsibility. Know before you go & always check local conditions.

Maps: Find national forest & grassland maps 

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

Respect Wildlife

Spring can be stressful for wildlife. Young are being born, Keep a safe distance from them and be careful not to disturb their habitat (food, shelter, water & space). If you see a young animal without it's mother, back away carefully & do not touch or try to move the animal. Chances are the mother is very close by and has just gone off to feed. 

News, Events, Alerts & Notices from Around the Region

Great American Outdoor Act

compass on ground with fall leavesThe 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.

Shared Stewardship Across the Rocky Mountain Region

Shared Stewardship is a way of doing business and approaching landscape needs to manage these problems. How? Through better coordination and collaboration by all those affected, including people like you! Shared Stewardship brings together national, regional, state, tribal and local players to plan together, prioritize together and act together. Track our projects and programs across Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming.

Trip Planning

Safety is Your Responsibility. Know before you go & always check local conditions.

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
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Plan a Visit
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Forest Health
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Recreation Interactive Visitor Map

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Need to talk with someone in the Regional Office?

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