Mä meen vittu sinne!
If it's listed as a county road going through a national forest, does that the county and not the forest service would be the one to allow a rally on that road?
So the real question is why do you want to know? Grant, are you planning a new rally through a national forest?If it's listed as a county road going through a national forest, does that the county and not the forest service would be the one to allow a rally on that road?
I don't think anyone in the thread has suggested not being open about the intended use of the road. However, I disagree that the semantics aren't important, the difference between "trail" and "public highway" is what allows a significant number of events in the Southwest to happen without costs that would break most organizers.You are going to end up dealing with both - so play nice.
This is NOT the place to try and play semantics, and temporarily "win" a battle, just to lose the war.
If a car runs off the road, it ends up in the woods. Spectators are in the woods. "Fugitive dust" ends up in the woods.
Also remember everyone, this is not a private forum. Lots of people read this, quote us, search us - so be careful.
It is best to very open from the start. BTDT.
DON'T SCREW THIS ONE UP !!!
Best of luck.