National Forests of Colorado
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National Forests of Colorado
Independence Monument in Colorado National Monument

The following are protected federal lands in the state of Colorado:

National Parks

There are four National Parks within the state of Colorado:

National Monuments

The eight National Monuments in the state of Colorado are:

National Recreation Areas

The two National Recreation Areas within the state of Colorado are:

National Historic Sites

The two National Historic Sites within the state of Colorado are:

National Historic Trails

The four National Historic Trails that pass through the state of Colorado are:

National Scenic Trail

The National Scenic Trail that passes through the state of Colorado is:

National Forests

An enlargeable map of Colorado showing the 11 National Forests in red and the 2 National Grasslands in light green

The 11 National Forests within the state of Colorado are:

National Grasslands

The two National Grasslands within the state of Colorado are:

National Wilderness Areas

An enlargeable map of Colorado showing the 42 National Wilderness Areas in red
East Rim Arch in the Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness
Lake Isabelle in the Indian Peaks Wilderness

The 42 National Wilderness Areas within the state of Colorado are:

National Conservation Areas

The two National Conservation Areas within the state of Colorado are:

National Wildlife Refuges

The eight National Wildlife Refuges within the state of Colorado are:

National Recreation Trails

Devils Head lookout tower at the summit of the Devils Head National Recreation Trail
Grays Peak National Recreation Trail approaching the summit

The 28 federally designated National Recreation Trails in the state of Colorado are:

Other federal lands

The United States Bureau of Land Management manages the extensive federal land holdings in western Colorado not managed by other federal agencies.

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