Forest Service reopens trails, roads closed due to West Fork fire

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Just in time for the opening day of hunting season, the Kootenai National Forest on Oct. 18 reopened Forest Service lands and roads it had closed Sept. 26 as a result of the West Fork fire.

Trails that were reopened to public travel included No. 47, No. 375 and No. 406.

Roads that were reopened included No. 600, No. 6144 and No. 14490.

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