The Coconino National Forest has issued an updated press release regarding the forest closure in the Dry Lake Hills and Mount Elden areas.
Please note that there is increased access for recreation in some areas, but active areas of the project are still closed for public safety! Please respect all closure signs and stay out of closed areas.
To get an update on what has changed, what is open, and what is still closed to the public, please read the updated forest closure press release below:
To read the official Area Closure document, please see below: