The Mogollon, Diablo, Tularosa, Mimbres, Pino Altos, and Black are all mountain ranges in southwestern New Mexico. These ranges make up the Gila National Forest. In the center of this vast area is located the canyon and mesa terrain, now known as the Gila Wilderness and the Aldo Leopold Wilderness. This land has been relatively untouched by man since the lat prehistoric Indians left, sometime during the late 1200s.
- Includes topographical lines
- Made of plastic foldable material
|Scale||1" to the mile
|Date Published||2000 (reprinted 2013)