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Dice Hill Hiking

 Hiking in the Dice Hill Area

 

The Dice Hill area offers a variety of recreational opportunities including hiking, wildlife viewing, picnicking, sightseeing, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, and camping.  Hikers and horseback riders can enjoy unrestricted access throughout the area.  The area's existing network of primitive roads and trails meet a variety of needs of local residents and public land users. These routes were designated as part of the 1988 Off Highway Vehicle Implementation Plan. The purpose of this limited use designation is to protect vegetation which provides food and cover for wildlife and livestock while protecting the watershed. This also provides areas for quality hunting opportunities and reduces trespass onto private lands.

 

Roads and trails that are open to motorized vehicles are posted as such. Any route that does not have a sign indicating that it is Open for motorized use, is Closed. Snowmobiles on at least 12 inches of snow are permitted throughout the Dice Hill Area.

 

MAPS

 

Dice Hill Map


Route Designations & Limitations

Dice Hill Road #2750- Road Closure 4/15 to 6/1

Spruce Creek Road- Road Closure 10/1 to 6/1


Suggested Equipment for Hiking in the Dice Hill Area

* Bring at least 1 quart of water per person (usaully adequate for short, part-day hikes)

* Food

* Layers of clothing such as t-shirt, long sleeve shirt, and fleece (days can range from below 30 degrees to over 90 degrees)

* Rain gear

* Sunscreen, sunhat, and sunglasses

* First Aid kit

* Insect repellent

* Day pack

* If snowshoeing or hiking during cold weather, additonal safety gear is suggested