OHV Rule (USFS) 2004
This includes the Route Designation and Inventory process. If your trail does not appear on the new maps, it will cease to exist after this process is over. You must attend the public meetings in your area and advocate for your trail. Get it on the map (in the inventory).
Overall, the new rule represents a carefully reasoned balance to appropriate management of OHV issues on public lands. However, several items need further addressing and clarification (such as how full size rigs and four-wheel drives fit into the definitions). This new rule includes the Route Designation and Inventory process that will be happening over a period of about two years. Clubs and individuals need to be involed at the local level to ensure trails are on maps. If your trail is not on the map; it will cease to exist under this rule (most likely).
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