In Colorado, transfer legislation threatens 83 river runs, 1784 climbing areas, and 4425 miles of mountain biking trails. The map below shows some of the most important recreational resources that could be disposed of, transferred, or sold. 

Though a bill to study the idea failed in the Senate, another bill claiming “concurrent jurisdiction” over public lands - and asserting that the federal government has no right to own national forests - passed the Senate and is headed for the House. The following bills have been introduced in the Colorado statehouse:

Other western states are considering the enactment of similar laws and momentum is building towards the federal government turning over management and control of certain public lands
— Senate Bill 232