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Watershed Trail and Road Closures This Winter

Due to wet weather and hazards on trails, Tolman Creek Road above and including Toothpick Trail, as well as trails leading to and from Lamb Mine will be closed until fuels reduction and forest restoration efforts are completed in the area sometime in January or February. Due to deteriorating road conditions on Tolman Creek Road above the Toothpick Trailhead, traffic will be restricted to avoid further damage. Thank you for your patience! All roads and trails on the Granite Street side of the watershed are open as well as all trails in and out of White Rabbit Trailhead up to the closed area and down to the city. 

Trails and Roads Closed For Safety
  • Toothpick, Catwalk, Marty’s, Lamb Mine, Eastview, and upper Caterpillar
  • The 2060 road at the Caterpillar Trail crossing between White Rabbit and Four Corners
  • Tolman Creek Road access to Four Corners and Eastview. Gate will be closed near the Toothpick Trailhead. 

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