Carson National Forest opens more trails and campgrounds | Environment


Carson National Forest officials reopened more of the Camino Real Ranger District on Tuesday, Aug. 2, with a fourth area set to reopen Wednesday. The ranger district has been largely closed for months as crews carry out forest fire suppression repair work and clear timber felled by last December’s destructive storm.

“I know the public is eager to get back into the forests and recognize how important access is for activities such as firewood collection and recreation,” forestry supervisor James Duran said in a statement. Press. “When re-entering the forest, please be careful as teams may still be working in some areas and new hazards may be present.”


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