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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.”

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Rec area marker West Glacier Trailhead West Glacier Trailhead is a paved parking lot for 49 cars and 6 large buses. The trailhead is the hub for various non-commercial and commercially guided activities including raft trips down the Mendenhall River, kayak and canoe trips on Mendenhall Lake, a destination for bicycle tours, and various hiking trips from the area. Currently there are no restroom facilities. In the winter, the trailhead is a staging area for snowmachine access to the frozen surface of Mendenhall Lake, and skiing access to the lake.
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Rec area marker West Keystone Trailhead The West Keystone Trailhead is located at 41653 sec. 32. on the south side of Peavine Mountain. A variety of opportunities are availiable in the area: including , Mt. Biking, OHV and 4x4. Open routes are marked with a route number and type of vehicles the route is open to.
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Rec area marker West Mountain (North) / Poison Creek Trailhead The West Mountain (North) / Poison Creek Trailhead is a signed site with water trough, loading/unloading ramp for animals and hitching rack. All trailheads have space for parking.
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Rec area marker West Mountain (South) Trailhead The West Mountain (South) Trailhead is a signed site with hitching rack, loading/unloading ramp for animals and registration box.
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Rec area marker West Tennessee Trailhead xxx
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Rec area marker West Tensleep Trailhead Provides access to: Middle Tensleep Trail - #065 and Misty Moon Trail - #063 which access Cloud Peak Wilderness. This is one of the most heavily used trailheads on the forest. There are facilities and a large parking area.
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Rec area marker West Tumamait Trailhead - 21W03 Tumamait Trail (21W03) Difficulty: moderate to difficult Length: 4.58 miles CHUMASH WILDERNESS - More information on the Chumash Wilderness: www.wilderness.net Maps: 7.5 minute USGS topographic maps (Sawmill Mountain)
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Rec area marker West Zigzag/Cast Lake Trailhead This trailhead provides access to the West Zigzag Trail located just before the trailhead, and the south end of the Burnt Lake Trail at the end of the trailhead providing access to the south west corner of the Mount Hood Wilderness. The West Zigzag Mountain Trail provides a short access to the ridge of Zigzag Mountain.
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Rec area marker Wheats Meadow Wheats Meadow Trailhead
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Rec area marker Wheats Meadow TH Clark Fork Campground, Clark Fork Campground and Horsecamp, Sand Flat Campground, Camp Liahona, Camp Peaceful Pines, and all surrounding trailheads (Arnot Creek, Disaster Creek, Clark Fork). Fence Creek Road (Forest Road 6N06), Fence Creek Campground, as well as the Wheats Meadow and County Line Trailheads are also closed for pubic and fire fighter safety due to the McCormick fire activity in the general vicinity. Access road (Fence Creek Road) may not be passible to low clearance vehicles.
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