Grief Hill, Yellowjacket Gulch, Lonesome Pocket, Blind Indian Creek, Battle Flat, and Horsethief Basin - these formidable place names of the Prescott National Forest are a heritage from harsher times. Within the Prescott National Forest there are nearly a million and a quarter acres just brimming with outdoor recreation opportunities. Their diversity is outstanding. High cool peaks of the Bradshaw Mountains contrast sharply with the sun-baked Sonoran Desert below. In between, desert grasslands, chapparral, canyon hardwoods, pinon and juniper woodlands, and vast ponderosa pine forests offer outstanding variety for Prescott National Forest visitors.
This USDA Forest Service map provides information on wilderness areas, recreational opportunities, wildlife, Bradshaw Mountains, Verde River, points of interest, and safety tips. The map also displays color photographs of points of interest and activities. The map covers all of one national forest, and the scale is ½ inch per mile (1:126,720).
- Two-sided, self-cover, waterproof paper map
|Dimensions|| 9 x 4 x 0.4 in (Folded)