STEAMBOAT FRONT HAZARD FUEL REDUCTION PROJECT. Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District

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1 STEAMBOAT FRONT HAZARD FUEL REDUCTION PROJECT Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District Medicine Bow/Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland Recreation Resource Report /s/ Kent Foster Kent Foster District Recreation Staff December 8, 2014

2 STEAMBOAT FRONT HAZARD FUEL REDUCTION PROJECT Affected Environment RECREATION The analysis area is adjacent to the community of Steamboat Springs which represents the largest population immediately adjacent to the Routt National Forest. Levels of recreation use vary from high at the Steamboat Ski Area, Spring Creek, Dry Lake and Fish Creek Falls areas, to moderate at all other public access points compared to other parts of the Hahns Peak/Bears Ears District. The Steamboat Ski Area, developed recreation sites and various trailheads allow easy access, and are heavily used all year long, except for the Spring Creek Trail which is closed from December 1 to April 15 th annually to protect deer and elk winter range effectiveness. Recreational activities include downhill and backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, four wheel driving, horseback riding, hunting, wildflower and nature viewing, and other individual activities. Recreation special uses are primarily organized recreation events originating from the resort area or Trailheads and utilize the Forest s trails for running and mountain bike events. The most highly developed site on the Forest is the Steamboat Ski area, attracting roughly one millions skier days during winter. Developments include large full service buildings, chairlifts, trails and other infrastructure associated with a large ski resort. The ski resort is also busy in summer with a mountain bike park, hiking and nature trails and special events, and access to National Forest System trails in summer. Winter ski area lift access creates side country skiing opportunities. Side country access uses ski area lifts to access backcountry skiing, sometimes returning to the resort and other times exiting the Forest in various places. This form of skiing has seen a marked increase at most ski areas, as equipment allows for greater access, and skiers pursue powder skiing. Access off the ski area through gates on the northern to eastern side country are popular and exit gates help direct skier traffic to avoid hazards. Dispersed use in this area is consistent with the Forest Plan. Access off the ski area through south and west boundaries skiers enter into MA 5.41, and winter recreation use has been identified as a conflict with wintering wildlife, not consistent with the Forest Plan. Terrain does not allow for easy return to the ski area, and skiers frequently enter onto private lands below. Unless the skiers are property owners of adjacent private property, this action results in trespass onto private lands. Those who do not want to trespass call for help in the form of search and rescue or Steamboat Ski Patrol assistance. Other developed areas providing access include Fish Creek Falls Recreation Area, Dry Lake Campground, Mad Creek, Red Dirt, Lower Bear, and Upper Spring Creek trailheads and associated trails. These sites

3 have varying degrees of development and improvements, and proximity to the community allows for high levels of use year around. The Mad Creek, Red Dirt, Lower Bear, Upper Spring Creek trailheads access deer and elk winter range, the MA A voluntary closure to protect habitat has been done through signing and limiting access by not clearing the lots of snow. Effectiveness of this voluntary closure varies. The Spring Creek area (closest to town) is violated frequently due to proximity to plowed parking lots and other high use areas. Access to the general public is limited at the other parking lots that are not plowed. Some use still occurs in other areas of MA 5.41, mostly coming from adjacent private property. Effects of Alternatives No Action No adverse effects will occur as a result of implementation. Current recreation trends will continue, and will increase as new uses are developed (e.g. Fat Bikes). Year around access into the 5.41 MA s will continue, and the current voluntary seasonal closure in the 5.41 MA s will be recognized and followed by a majority of the recreation public except for the area south and west of the Steamboat Ski Area. This MA 5.41 will continue to see more use resulting in increasing wildlife conflict, potential for search and rescue needs and private land trespass. As the development below gets built out, these issues will grow. Continued winter recreational use of these areas is not consistent with the Forest Plan guideline of Prohibiting human activity during winter and spring periods where conflicts with wintering wildlife are identified. (Forest Plan, 2-48) Proposed Action The three vegetative treatments proposed will impact recreation in the form of disruption of access during operations and minor visual impacts near trailheads and along trails where treatments are implemented. These will be short term impacts for the duration of the actual work, and short time after while vegetation recovers. In the longer term, treatments in the vicinity of these high use recreation areas will result in vegetation appearing healthy, and provide for a quality experience. Information and interpretation of the project will educate the public, and coordination on timing of activities with recreation staff can minimize effects. An example of coordination would be to limit operations near high use areas during busy holiday weekends, or closures of areas to public access during operations. Units 21 and 22 on the Steamboat Ski Area these treatments will benefit the recreation resource greatly. The Steamboat Ski Area has been aggressive in the removal of dead lodgepole pine and other hazard trees and implementing these two units will complete this current effort. If done outside of ski season changes to the vegetation will go unnoticed by most of the snowsports enthusiasts. The result of treatments will enhance the skiing by opening up dense areas of the forested stands, creating more skiing lines, and dispersing use. It will also reduce potential for fire impacting the ski areas infrastructure and investment in improvements.

4 Seasonal Closure of Elk Winter Range This should have minimal impact on overall winter recreation in the Steamboat Springs Area. Most winter recreation use occurs at higher elevations where snow conditions are better. The District s previous management to not plow parking areas and signing access points has been effective at most places. This formal closure will affect individuals who have not paid attention to the signs and voluntary closure information. This closure meets the Forest Plan guideline for prohibiting human activity during winter months where conflict with wildlife is present. In areas behind private property without public access facilities, this closure will be unenforcable. These areas are difficult for the Forest Service to monitor, so full implementation of this alternative will also rely on an intensive information outreach, so everyone understands and respects the need for this closure. Use of mechanical equipment, and roads, trails or paths created may affect the roadless characteristic in the short term. This negative effect can be reduced or avoided through design criteria to maintain the roadless character of the Long Park Roadless Area. Alternative No treatments in Roadless Effects of this alternative will be similar to those of the Proposed Action for the vegetative manipulation projects, however impacts will be reduced due to the reduction of roadless area acres forgone in alternative. Short term and long term impacts will be similar, only reduced. Units 21 and 22 on the Steamboat Ski area will be unchanged in this alternative, so effects to the resort and recreation experience will still be positive. Seasonal Closure of Elk Winter Range Same as the proposed action. This should have minimal impact on the overall winter recreation scene in the Steamboat Springs Area. Most winter recreation use occurs at higher elevations where snow conditions are better. The District s previous management to not plow parking areas and signing access points has been effective at most places. This formal closure will affect individuals who have not paid attention to the signs and voluntary closure information. This closure meets the Forest Plan guideline for prohibiting human activity during winter months where conflict with wildlife is present. In areas behind private property without public access facilities, this closure will be difficult to enforce. These areas are difficult for the Forest Service to monitor, so full implementation of this alternative will also rely on an intensive information outreach, so everyone understands the need for this closure. Forest Plan Consistency Both of the action alternatives are consistent with the Forest Plan for the recreation resource. The no action alternative is consistent with the Forest Plan, except for guideline of prohibiting human activity in winter and spring when conflicts with wildlife occur. Cumulative Effects

5 Considering past, present and future (reasonably forseeable), implementation of this project will not result in adverse cumulative effects to the recreation resource. As mentioned above, some short term effects and human behavior changes will result from implementing this project. These are temporary in nature, and over the long term, implementation of this project will enhance the resource. Design Criteria Use of Heavy equipment for Mastication/Logging If heavy logging type or mastication equipment is used, effectively close temporary roads, skid trails and paths to prevent new unauthorized trails to be developed. This may include brushing, slashing, re-contouring, and planting of vegetation. Closure Order Fund and implement a multi-faceted media outreach to the public describing the closure. Signs, social media, and other tools should be funded as a part of implementation Units 21 and 22 Located on the Steamboat Ski Area work closely with the Ski Area Permit Administrator and the ski area staff to assure timing, operations and outcome meets the needs of the ski resort and of the project s purpose and need. Timing of Activities - Prohibit activities the day before and opening weekend of all Colorado Big Game hunting seasons. Where projects are near high use areas such as trailheads, developed recreation areas and the Steamboat Ski Area, coordinate with recreation staff to determine restrictions or prohibitions. REFERENCES Routt National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan), 1997 Revision, USDA Forest Service.

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