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DILLON RANGER DISTRICT

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Before venturing out into the forest and backcountry be sure that you are familiar with current weather conditions and forest regulations.  Each visitor should study the information on the trailhead bulletin board and/or go into the Forest Service office at 680 Blue River Parkway in Silverthorne to obtain the latest copy of the RECREATION OPPORTUNITY GUIDE (ROG) before heading out on any particular trail. 

TIPS FOR OHV USERS:

Always be prepared for sudden afternoon thunder or snowstorms with adequate rain gear, warm clothing and plenty of food and water.  Be careful not to accidentally leave any litter along the way, including cigarette butts.  Avoid running over young trees, shrubs and grasses.  Stay off soft, wet roads and trails - they can easily be torn up by vehicles (especially during the hunting season).  Repairing the damage is expensive and time consuming, requiring the access to be closed.  Resist the urge to pioneer a new road, trail or cut across a switchback.  Obey gate closures and regulatory signs.  Vandalism costs tax dollars.  A spark arrestor must be on the vehicle along with a working muffler.  For OHV registration information (renewal only) please click HERE.  Always be careful with fire - a camp stove is the preferred method for cooking in the backcountry.  REMEMBER - NO VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED IN WILDERNESS AREAS!  The best way you can help the land survive is to challenge yourself to make the least possible impact on the land.  CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON TREAD LIGHTLY.

If you see a particular OHV trail that interests you, click on the trail name and you will be taken the ROG sheet for that trail.  The trail links contain the same Recreation Opportunity Guide (ROG) sheets that you can get at the Dillon Ranger District office.  The front side of the ROG sheet contains route information such as: route difficulty, length, directions on how to get to the trailhead, interesting information on the route and any important information that route users might need to know.  The back side of the ROG sheet contains a custom topographic map highlighting the OHV route along with an elevation profile.

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