Release Date: Oct 5, 2016
OGDEN RANGER DISTRICT TRAVEL MANAGEMENT PLAN
Ogden, Utah, October 4, 2016 – Over the last several years, the Ogden ativan generic name lorazepam Ranger District has been working on a Travel Management Plan. The Travel Plan designates which routes on National Forest System lands are open to motorized vehicles. These routes are displayed on a Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM). The map shows routes that are open and what type of motor vehicle is permitted on the route, such as a full size pickup/car, UTV’s (utility terrain vehicle), ATV’s (all-terrain vehicle) or motorcycles. The Travel Plan and Motor Vehicle Use Map only pertain to motor vehicles and do not affect hiking, horse or biking trails.
In order to protect wildlife, water, and other resources, the Ogden Ranger District will continue to implement the Travel Plan in the Curtis Creek Area by decommissioning routes that are not shown on the Motor Vehicle Use Map as open. These are routes that may not have been used in years or areas where vehicles have driven off of the designated routes. Visitors to the National Forest are encouraged to become familiar with the MVUM so they know which routes are legal to drive on. MUVMs are available for free at all Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest Offices or you can download a map from the forest web page at http://www.fs.usda.gov/main/uwcnf/maps-pubs
For more information please contact the Ogden Ranger District at 801-625-5112 Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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