Trail and road closure changes on Coconino National Forest

Coconino National Forest has issued an updated closure order in the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project area, which includes Dry Lake Hills and a large portion of Mount Elden. A closure was first issued last month in order to keep the public safe from forest harvesting operations. A section of the Forest Road 420 is now open to provide access to the Fort Valley Trail System via Chimney Trail. Also, Forest Road-743 will be open to the Waterline and Weatherford Trails. Trail users should check the Coconino National Forest website to see a map of the closure area. The entire thinning project should be finished in April.


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