BLM Comment Period, Deadline December 15th
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A question was asked at the meeting earlier this month about trails in the Lowman District because of the fire.
Here is the answer:
There are some trails and roads closed on both the Idaho City and Lowman Districts, they are closed while we
are removing hazard trees (logging) we will open them as soon as the logging operations are complete. For
example the 380 road has a temporary closure, on the Idaho City Ranger District. I am not aware that we
have any trails that would be closed for two years? Brant
State News: Nonresident pay to play
The Idaho Recreation Council (IRC) general membership meeting on June 25th, by a unanimous vote, it was decided to support legislation for the 2016 session that would require all non-residents OHV users to purchase a $10 trail pass sticker which allows you to ride any trail in Idaho for one year. All the funds would be used to maintain and create the infrastructure needed for the sport. Idaho welcomes visitors to the state. This will provide visitors the opportunity to contribute to the creation and maintenance of trails, parking lots, trail head amenities they use. Many years ago, the snowmobile community supported and passed legislation that requires all non-resident sledders to purchase a trail sticker. Visitation has increased and thanks to that sticker our infrastructure is excellent and everyone has benefited.
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