South Cow Mountain OHV Management Area To Be Reopen

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  1. mcma111

    mcma111 Long timer

    Jul 17, 2007
    San Francisco,Ca.
    The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has announced plans to reopen the South Cow Mountain OHV Management Area near Ukiah, Calif. on Monday, June 3, after a closure for repairs related to last summer's Mendocino Complex wildfire. The agency cautioned that some motorized-use trails will remain closed because of burned bridges, washouts and hazard trees. They urged users to pay attention to signs and stay off of closed routes for safety and to protect natural resources. Visitors should use only signed roads and trails and avoid driving on bulldozer fire lines.

    According to BLM Ukiah Field Office Manager Amanda James visitors can expect to see fallen trees on some trails. James also requested that visitors inform BLM about maintenance issues.

    The South Cow Mountain OHV Management Area provides more than 100 miles of trails for motorcycles, all-terrain recreation vehicles and four-wheel-drive trucks and utility vehicles. There are trails for riders and drivers of all abilities.

    More information is available by contacting the BLM Ukiah Field Office at (707) 468-4000.
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