Eldorado Forest Opens Most Roads & Trails Over Weekend

Eldorado Forest Opens Most Roads & Trails Over Weekend

The Eldorado National Forest opened many of their roads and trails over the weekend. They normally close native surface roads and trails over the winter to prevent damage and erosion, as well as for safety reasons. They closed it a month early this year due to heavy November rains, but are opening them on time. The only exceptions are certain roads that suffered severe damage over the winter. In the Amador Ranger District, those roads include Salt Springs, Panther Creek and Ellis Roads. It’s not known yet how long the repairs will take. For a complete list of current conditions, visit the Eldorado National Forest website at: www.fs.usda.gov/eldorado.  Updates are also posted on Twitter at www.twitter.com/eldoradonf.

 

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