Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 116 Part 2.djvu/278

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116 STAT. 1060 PUBLIC LAW 107-216—AUG. 21, 2002 be added to the James Peak Wilderness or the Protection Area, respectively, and managed accordingly. 16 USC 539/-2. SEC. 5. JAMES PEAK FALL RIVER TRAILHEAD. (a) SERVICES AND FACILITIES. —Following the consultation required by subsection (c), the Forest Supervisor of the Arapaho/ Roosevelt National Forest in the State of Colorado (in this section referred to as the "Forest Supervisor") shall establish a trailhead and corresponding facilities and services to regulate use of National Forest System lands in the vicinity of the Fall River basin south of the communities of Alice Township and St. Mary's Glacier in the State of Colorado. The facilities and services shall include the following: (1) Treiilhead parking. (2) Public restroom accommodations. (3) Trailhead and trail maintenance. (b) PERSONNEL.— The Forest Supervisor shall assign Forest Service personnel to provide appropriate management and oversight of the area described in subsection (a). (c) CONSULTATION.—The Forest Supervisor shall consult with the Clear Creek County commissioners and with residents of Alice Township and St. Mary's Glacier regarding— (1) the appropriate location of facilities euid services in the area described in subsection (a); and (2) appropriate measures that may be needed in this area— (A) to provide access by emergency or law enforcement vehicles; (B) for public hegJth; and (C) to address concerns regarding impeded access by local residents. (d) REPORT. —After the consultation required by subsection (c), the Forest Supervisor shall submit to the Committee on Resources and the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and the Committee on Appropriations of the Senate a report regarding the amount of any additional funding required to implement this section. 16 USC 539Z-3. SEC. 6. LOOP TRAIL STUDY; AUTHORIZATION. Deadline. (a) STUDY. —Not later than three years after funds are first made available for this purpose, the Secretary, in consultation with interested parties, shall complete a study of the suitability and feasibility of establishing, consistent with the purpose set forth in section 3(a)(2), a loop trail for mechanized and other nonmotorized recreation connecting the trail designated as "Rogers Pass" and the trail designated as "Rollins Pass Road". (b) ESTABLISHMENT.—I f the results of the study required by subsection (a) indicate that establishment of such a loop trail would be suitable and feasible, consistent with the purpose set forth in section 3(a)(2), the Secretary shall establish the loop trail in a manner consistent with that purpose. 16 USC 539/-4. SEC. 7. OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS. (a) BUFFER ZONES.— The designation by this Act or by amendments made by this Act of wilderness areas and the Protection Area in the State of Colorado shall not create or imply the creation of protective perimeters or buffer zones around any wilderness area or the Protection Area. The fact that nonwilderness activities