What is a "multi-use" trail?

All “multi-use” trails designated as "non-motorized” are open to hiking, biking, equestrian and other nonmotorized uses unless otherwise marked. Please note that mechanized devices (including Bicycles) are NOT allowed in any federally designated “Wilderness Areas”, details at: https://www.fs.fed.us/managingland/wilderness. Refer to specific trail descriptions for the recommended use of each trail, as these indicate the TMO (Trail Management Objective) for that trail. Caution is advised if you plan to utilize the trail for other than recommended uses. All Forest Service roads in Clear Creek County are open to non-motorized use. 

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1. Who manages trails in Clear Creek County?
2. How can I report a trail concern?
3. Where can I find trails in Clear Creek County?
4. What is a "multi-use" trail?
5. Where can I drive my vehicle on trails?
6. Can I ride my one-wheel or e-bike on trails?
7. How much land in Clear Creek County is Forest Service or public land?
8. Are dogs allowed on trails?
9. What time can I recreate on trails?
10. Where do I park for trails?
11. Is alcohol allowed on trails?
12. Where can I find updates on trails?
13. How can I help Clear Creek County Trails?