Volunteers have been restoring trails.
By News Desk
On June 1, 2023, the Angeles National Forest updated their Bobcat Fire Closure order with a revised footprint. Sections of Gabrielino National Recreation Trails, Silver Moccasin National Recreation Trail, and Kenyon Devore Trail have been restored and are now back open to the public.
For the last year, volunteer groups have been restoring trails within the closed area in an effort to get the in good shape for the public to enjoy again. Volunteers will be doing sporadic continued work on these trails, as well as shifting focus over to Rim Trail, which is still closed to the public.
The remaining closed area includes Chantry Flat, Spruce Grove, Hoegees, and Spring Camp. The closure provides for public safety and will help the land heal naturally after the fire.
Review the Forest Service Closure Map, and travel lightly in the post-fire landscape:
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