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Caution in wet conditions in Minnesota for OHV
« on: April 12, 2011, 03:54:43 am »
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) urges off-highway vehicle (OHV) riders to use caution when out in state forests to avoid damage to forest access trails and roads. Riders also should watch for closures of trails and roads because of wet conditions.

As the snow melts, current forest road and trail conditions are becoming wet throughout much of northern Minnesota

“We are asking OHV riders to use good judgment when they are out in the forest,” said Bob Moore, DNR parks and trails supervisor, Grand Rapids.

Closures vary from south to north as spring thaws occur. Closed areas will be opened as soon as conditions allow.

Find trail and road closure information at: or go to , click on recreation on the top green bar, click on Off-highway Vehicle Riding under Find an OHV Trail and click on trail/road closures.

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Auckland Four Wheel Drive Club Inc, 4x4 Challenges NZ Inc, NZFWDA life member, Friends of 42 Traverse Inc.