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Forest service reopens certain trails at Mendocino Ntl. Forest

If you would like to see which specific trails have reopened click the link in this article.

Posted: Feb 4, 2020 5:23 AM

If you would like to see which specific trails have reopened at the Mendocino National Forest in Glenn and Mendocino counties, click the link, HERE.

(Note the link works better on a desktop to view the map)

Certain parts of the forest were forced to close after the Mendocino-Complex fire that broke out in 2018.

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