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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
Forest Road 21 FR 21 leaves Hwy 12 approximately 3 miles west of Packwood and travels south approximately 25 miles until it intersects with FR 23. The road is gravel except for approximately 6 miles beginning at Cat Creek Campground and continuing to the FR 23 jct.  The gravel section is often full of washboards. The road provides access to the Snowgrass Flats and Berry Patch Trailheads, Walupt Lake Campground, and Adams Fork Campground.
open
Forest Road 2150 FR 2150 turns of FR 21 and leads to the Chambers Lake, Berry Patch TH, and Snowgrass Flats TH.  There is dispersed camping at the Chambers Lake area.  You will find pit toilets at the Berry Patch TH.  A Northwest Forest Pass is required at the Berry Patch TH.
not cleared
Forest Road 23 Forest Road 23 accesses the east side of the Gifford Pinchot N. F. It connects the Cowlitz Valley Ranger District and the Mt. Adams Ranger District passing through beautiful high Cascades and Wilderness senery along the way. Driving along Upper Cispus River and Mt. Adams Wilderness Area, with ajacent roads to High Lakes area access available. FR 23 is not maintained in winter,  Baby Shoe Pass is not accessible. It re-opens in the snow free months in early Summer through Fall. It is paved for most of its route, there is a 12 mile gravel stretch over Babyshoe Pass. 
closed
Forest Road 2329 Forest Road 2329 travels north from Takhlakh Lake along the northwest edge of Mt Adams Wilderness.
not cleared
Forest Road 24 Forest Road 24 starts at the end of Hwy 141 west of Trout Lake at the Forest Service Boundary and ends at the junction with the 8851 Road north of Big Mosquito Lake.   Areas of interest along this road are Atkinson Sno-Park and Group Camp, The Ice Cave entrance and Picnic area, Peterson Prairie Campground and Cabin, Little Goose Lake, Meadow Creek Campground, Berry Fields, and Big Mosquito Lake. 
unreachable
Forest Road 26 FR26 travels north to south, from FR 25 to FR 99 near Mt. St. Helens. It is currently closed on the north side at mile marker 8, and on the south side just above Ryan Lake. It is a paved road that has not been well maintained.  There are some gravel sections, slumps, and potholes.  Please be careful! The road is very scenic leading into the blast zone near Mt. St. Helens. Along the road, you will see blown down trees from the eruption and new trees and plants that have grown back. The road accesses Goat Mountain Trail, Norway Pass, and the Mt. Margaret Backcountry. 
not cleared
Forest Road 2750 FR 2750 begins on Port Blakely Timber Company land and travels in and out of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.  Port Blakely has a gate on the road leading to the 2750rd, which they close and lock once fire danger becomes high in the summer months and it remains locked until late spring.  Gate is closed from 8/13/2014 until the end of fire season.
open
Forest Road 28 FR 28 is paved for approximately 1 1/2 miles until the 76jct. then becomes gravel.  The road is not well maintained, high clearance recommended.  This road accesses Fr 76 to Cispus Learning Center, Langille Peak Trailhead, Pinto Rock, and Mosquito Meadows.  The road connects with FR 25 near Elk Pass.
not cleared
Forest Road 2801 Forest Road 2801 travels southeast from Forest Road 28 on the southwest side of Cispus River. It also junctions with Forest Road 23.
open
Forest Road 41 Road to Bluff Mountain Trail #172 and Starway Trail #175.  Access Forest Road 4109 to Silver Star Trailhead.
unknown
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