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Rocky Mountain Region

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Photo of Smokey with a family at Christmas tree cutting areaPhoto of man pulling his cut tree to his car at Christmas tree cutting areaCutting a Christmas tree in a national forest is a tradition for many residents of the Rocky Mountain Region. In doing so, you take an active part in managing your national forests as you celebrate your own family's tradition. Happy Holidays!

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Four primary cutting areas along the Front Range in the Arapaho, Pike and Roosevelt National Forests serve metro Denver and surrounding communities for those who want to cut their own Christmas tree. To get information about purchasing a cutting permit for one of these areas, click on the tree in the area you want to cut in on the map below.

 


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CLICK ON THE TREES ON THE MAP BELOW TO BE TAKEN TO
THE WEB SITE FOR THAT CHRISTMAS TREE CUTTING AREA

 

 

CLICK TO RETURN TO FRONT RANGE INFORMATION PAGE

 

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