Come out and help make the importance of mountain biking known to your local land managers! This is round 2 of public input on the Forest Plan Revision. Round 1 was back in November and we had a good turn-out from cyclists there! See here for Flagstaff Biking Organization’s comments that were submitted after that meeting. Bold italics are the most important info below! Hope to see you there! Coconino
The Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization Multi Modal Planner, Martin Ince, prepared these maps of the Flagstaff Loop Trail. Check ‘ em out! They show current trail status, trail work event locations for 2011, connectivity to other trails and more…
Among the various things that Flagstaff Biking Organization does to help support bicycling in northern Arizona is to file formal comment letters with the US Forest Service and other agencies and contractors to help make sure that the concerns of bicyclists are represented in planning processes. We have over the past several months commented on several planning issues. Attached here are links to three comment letters we submitted. The big
Come out and help make the importance of mountain biking known to your local land managers! Bold italics are the most important info below! November public meetings are scheduled to gather early public input on developing Forest Plan language Interested members of the public are invited to engage in the revision of the Coconino National Forest’s Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan). The public will learn about the Forest
(Update in Post Above) Current Fire Map with affected trails and other important info regarding the Schultz Fire
SEE ABOVE FOR UPDATE originally posted the week of June 25th Please see here for a map of the Schultz fire perimeter with a trails layer. FIRE MAP Please note that not all trails shown are system trails! Some trails may or may not exist as shown and may not be signed, maintained or safe to use, regardless of the presence of fire. The trails layer is shown for reference
There will be several public meetings to scope management strategies for the Walnut Canyon area this week. Some of the alternatives on the table would involve the expansion of Walnut Canyon National Monument, which could be detrimental to bike access in this area. Trails that could be affected include the Arizona Trail and Flagstaff Loop Trail. Please consider attending one of these meetings and making your voice heard! For more
Google Maps now has a “Bicycling” option for its “Get directions” function. Check it out for Flagstaff here!