The Carson National Forest is one of five National Forests in New Mexico. The National Forests are America's Great Outdoors, here to serve the American people at work and play! Some of the finest mountain scenery in the Southwest is found in the 1.5 million acres covered by the Carson National Forest. Elevations rise from 6,000 feet to 13,161 feet at Wheeler Peak, the highest in New Mexico. The USDA NFS objective is to maintain that natural beauty. The obverse map covers the Camino Real and Questa Ranger Districts plus the Valle Vidal Unit. The obverse also includes a corresponding topographic map index, seasonal closures maps, key map, the map legend, a travel opportunities table, a recreation site facilities table, photographs, and information about The Unique Valle Vidal, Seasonal Closures, Summer Recreation Abounds in the Carson's Cool Mountains, Wilderness Areas Preserve the Wild America, Mountain Weather Changes Rapidly, Contact Information, Why the USDA Forest Service?, and Welcome! to Carson National Forest. The reverse maps cover both the Jicarilla Ranger District plus the Canjilon - El Rito and Tres Piedras Ranger Districts. The reverse also includes a corresponding topographic map index, travel opportunities table, a photograph, and information about Winter Snows Bring Winter Sports, Local Points of Interest, Tread Lightly!, Vehicle Operating Conditions, Pack-it-in Pack-it-out, Why Is This Road Closed?, Travel Information Terms, and Carson National Forest Travel Guide.
USDA Forest Service
|Size||Folded: 4-3/32" x 9"|
|Unfloded: 44" x 36"|
- Waterproof paper, self-cover, two-sided folded map.