Okanogan/Wenatchee National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
215 Melody Lane
Wenatchee, WA 98801
Pursuant to 16 USC § 551 and 36 CFR § 261.50 (a) and/or (b), and to provide for public safety, the following acts are prohibited within the Chelan Ranger District of the Okanogan - Wenatchee National Forest. This Order is effective until November 15, 2017, unless rescinded.
1. Going into or being upon National Forest System lands within the Uno Fire Closure Area.
The Fire Closure Area boundary begins at the intersection of FS Road 8200 and FS Road 8020, then continues south along Grade Creek to the north shore of Lake Chelan east of Limekiln Point, then continues northwest along the north shore of Lake Chelan to Prince Creek Campground (excluding Prince Creek Campground), then continues northwest along Prince Creek to the East Fork of Prince Creek, then continues east along the East Fork of Prince Creek to the intersection of FS Trail 1259 (Summit Trail) and FS Trail 1259.21 (Angels Staircase Trail), then follows (but excludes) FS Trail 1259.21 to the boundary between Chelan and Okanogan Counties, then continues southeast along the county boundary line to the intersection of FS Road 8200 and FS Road 8020, as shown on the attached map. [36 CFR § 261.53(e)].
2. Being on any National Forest System road shown as closed on the attached map. [36 CFR § 261.54(e)].
• FS 8200 – Grade Creek Road (From the intersection with FS 8200-117 (Oss Peak Road) to the intersection with FS 4330-600 (South Fork Gold Creek Road)/FS 8020 (Cooper Ridge Road)
3. Being on any National Forest System trail within the Fire Closure Area, as shown on the attached map. [36 CFR § 261.55(a)].
• FS Trail 1260 – Uno Peak Trail
• FS Trail 1261 – Safety Harbor Trail
• FS Trail 1259 – Summit Trail (From South Navarre Campground to junction with FS Trail 1258)
• FS Trail 1258 – Summer Blossom Trail
Pursuant to 36 CFR § 261.50(e), the following persons are exempt from this Order:
1. Persons with a permit specifically authorizing the otherwise prohibited act or omission.
2. Owners or lessees of land in the area, to the extent necessary to access their land.
3. Residents in the area, to the extent necessary to access their residences.
4. Any Federal, State, or local officer, or member of an organized rescue or fire fighting force in
the performance of an official duty.
These prohibitions are in addition to the general prohibitions in 36 CFR Part 261, Subpart A.