Grizzly's out-door page
here is some of my interests and equipment I use when I am off-roading
Home Photo Interest Maps Desert Mountains Hiking Fishing Hunting Hints links
also when I go off-roading I take my camera, and my pistol, and I never go to any off-road trail that I don't know unless there is another Truck with me for safety reasons never go out by your self use the buddy system!
These are some of my favorite hobbies and things that I love and like to do, I hope you do like them
I like camping, hiking, off-road driving, photography, talking on the citizen's band radio (c.b.), fishing, boating, playing with children, talking on the computer, and anything out-doors.
Sitting on top of the local mountains at sunrise or my personal favorite at sunset and watch the city's light come alive, sitting in front of a fire place on a chilly.
watching a lightning storm is very nice and story telling to children is another one of my favorites. I also like smelling flowers and walking through the forest and gardens
The Angeles National Forest provides 364 miles of
designated OHV routes (roads). Because of the many different uses of the
Forest and the delicate environment, all OHV travel must be on designated
routes and trails or in designated Open Areas.
When off-roading, all vehicles must meet DMV standards for approved mufflers and current registration. Off-highway vehicles such as motorcycles, ATVs and Odysseys must be equipped with approved spark arresters and have valid green stickers. Remember - State law requires that ALL ATV riders wear a helmet.
Occasionally areas may be closed due to emergency situations, for resource protection, or during specific seasons when disturbances may drive animals from important habitat. These closures are usually temporary, and your patience and cooperation is appreciated. For information concerning the closure of portions of the Littlerock OHV Area.
Are you interested in becoming a Trail Host or Adopt-a-Trail volunteer? The Trail Host Program enlists volunteers to provide on-site information to other OHV users. The Adopt-a-Trail Program works with groups and organizations to develop projects such as trail construction and maintenance. Contact your local Forest Service office for more information.