Roads, trail reopen on PL ranger district

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The Priest Lake Ranger District has reopened multiple roads and trails. Closure of USFS Road 1314 (Quartz Mountain Road) to USFS Road 1335 (Guinn Creek) were put in place for public safety and have been rescinded.

Closure of USFS Roads 659, 1089, 1075, 312, and 1107 and Trails 164 and 197 in Bonner County and closure USFS Road 659 from the intersection with USFS Road 312 to the boundary with the Colville National Forest have been rescinded. Both of these closures were put in place following the 2015 Tower Fire.

For additional information, please contact the Priest Lake Ranger District at 208-443-2512.

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