Protecting Adventure 

For All of Us

FOR OVER 30 YEARS WE HAVE BEEN LEADING THE FIGHT TO KEEP ROADS, TRAILS, AND RECREATION AREAS OPEN. WE’VE WON PIVOTAL LEGAL BATTLES, WE MAINTAIN A CONSTANT PRESENCE OF GRASSROOTS ADVOCACY, AND WITH OVER 700,000 REPRESENTED MEMBERS WE ARE THE BROADEST COALITION OF OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS IN THE COUNTRY. AND WE’RE JUST GETTING STARTED.

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Partners for Access

Our Top Priorities

We are taking on some of the biggest challenges for recreation access. If you’re aware of an issue please let us know, and we’ll get to work for you!

Fight for Every Inch

We’re working to challenge Antiquities Act abuse and the expansion of restrictive land-use designations.

10,000+ PRoject

We’re standing up to anti-access groups in Utah and working to keep over 10,000 miles of trails open for recreation in Utah.

Western Phoenix Project

We have created the Western Phoenix Project to develop an aggressive policy, public education, and litigation strategy to empower our land managers with a better system for protecting our communities. With your help we will do the work to reopen the roads, lands and trails of the West and hold the decision makers and stakeholders accountable. Then, we will work with our growing team of organizations and allies to develop the land reform agenda we need to adopt to rise out of the ashes of this mess.

Dispersed Camping Access Alliance

Anti-access groups who want to shut down access to public lands in the West have made serious efforts to restrict, regulate, or eliminate dispersed camping.

We're Fighting Moab's Unlawful OHV Ban

Help us challenge Moab’s unlawful ban on OHV users, businesses, and events.

Recent Posts

Restrictions and Closures Proposed in Manti-La Sal National Forest

Restrictions and Closures Proposed in Manti-La Sal National Forest

The Manti-La Sal National Forest has submitted a Revised Forest Management Plan. The forest is more than 1.4 million acres and spans from San Juan County, to Utah County. If you recreate in Southern or Central Utah, chances are you have come in contact with the...

Help Stop Campsite Closures in Allegheny National Forest

Help Stop Campsite Closures in Allegheny National Forest

The picture above is near one of the campgrounds that the Forest Service is planning to close in a Recreation Site Analysis in the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania. It appears that the FS is using a new tool to take public comment on this proposal where you...