Canyon Lakes Seasonal Road Closures Begin Dec. 1

It is important for visitors to know the status of a road before heading to the forest and to realize that changing weather conditions can also make open roads impassable. Image courtesy of www.americanll.com
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Reghan Cloudman

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Most of the roads on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District are closed for the winter season for resource protection and public safety as of Dec. 1.

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It is important for visitors to know the status of a road before heading to the forest and to realize that changing weather conditions can also make open roads impassable. Just because a gate is open does not mean the road is open. Staff will begin closing gates for seasonal road closures on Dec. 1, but it can take a few days to get them all locked. It is your responsibility to ensure you are not on a closed road even if the gate is open.

Current road status is available for the Canyon Lakes Ranger District online at www.fs.usda.gov/arp. Click on the “Road Status” link on the right-hand side. Visitors can get a free Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for road information and this map is also available for your mobile devices. Details on maps are available at www.fs.usda.gov/main/arp/maps-pubs.