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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

Rec Area Description Status
Clinetop Road - Lower # 603.1  If you like switchbacks, this road is for you. The lower portion of the Clinetop Road is open to passenger cars, mountain bikes, horses and hikers. This portion of the road is CLOSED to ohv and motorcycle traffic.
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Clinetop Road - Upper # 603.1 The upper portion of the Clinetop road is 6.9 miles. It is suitable for passenger cars. The road is open to ohv, motorcycle, mountain bike, horses and foot traffic.
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Coal Creek #605 The Coal Creek Trail #605 connects the Calcord Road, FSR #411.1A,  with the Lower Bench Trail #650.  The trail travels down the west side of the Coal Creek drainage through aspen stands and crosses several springs which feed into Coal Creek.  Because of the numerous springs down the drainage, several sections of the trail have boggy sections to traverse.  A fire in the early 1990's burned the western flank of the Coal Creek drainage and a bull dozer was used to create a containment line.  The trail follows the old dozer line on the upper portion of the trail.
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Cody Trail #9  Part of the Arizona Trail 
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Collegiate Peaks Wilderness - White River The United States Congress designated the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness (map) in 1980 and it now has a total of 167,584 acres. All of this wilderness is located in Colorado and lies in part of three national forests; the White River, Gunnison and Pike San Isabel.  
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Columbine Corrals Columbine Corrals has 6 campsite units with picnic benches and fire pits. There are restrooms and trash cans, there is also drinking water at this site. Elevation is 9500’. Ash Creek Trail #307 starts at this campsite. No RV spots.
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Continental Divide   This geographic area is the scenic backdrop and primary recreational resource for Montana’s capital city, Helena. It also includes the smaller communities of Austin, Rimini, and Unionville. Portions of the geographic area are in the political geographies of Lewis and Clark, Powell, and Jefferson counties. The spine of the divide is higher, cooler, wetter, and more exposed, imbuing it with a unique microclimate. The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail follows the crest of the divide.
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Copper Basin Area  road 138
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Copper Basin Guard Station Rental Cabin Copper Basin Guard Station is located in Copper Basin, a rugged and beautiful area in the Pioneer Mountains of south-central Idaho. Copper Basin is a remote mountain valley with beautiful views, wide open spaces, and mountains in every direction. The Basin is surrounded by both the Pioneer and White Knob mountain ranges, with elevations between 7,500' - 8,000'. Copper Basin has abundant wildlife, numerous streams, and stunning mountain peaks.
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Copper Creek #983 The Copper Creek Trail #983 begins at the Copper Creek Trailhead and ends at the intersection with the Conundrum Trail #981.  This trail is a main access point for the East Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness where Wilderness Regulations apply and a permit is required for entry that is available for free at the trailhead.
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