Colorado National Conservation Lands

The BLM’s National Landscape Conservation System, also known as the National Conservation Lands, highlights some of the West’s most spectacular public lands. These areas conserve, protect and restore nationally significant landscapes recognized for their cultural, ecological and scientific values. Colorado’s National Conservation Lands include national monuments, national conservation areas, national scenic and historic trails, wilderness and wilderness study areas. BLM Colorado manages 65 National Conservation Lands, encompassing more than 1 million acres — about one about one eighth of all the BLM land in the state.  

Please visit the pages for the National Conservation Lands in Colorado: