Trails Illustrated Map: Superstition & Four Peaks Wilderness Areas - Tonto National Forest

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One of the most-visited urban forests in the U.S., with approximately 5.8 million visitors annually, the Tonto National Forest spans almost 3 million acres of diverse terrain just outside of Phoenix, AZ. Tonto encompasses a wide variety of vegetation ranging from cactus-studded desert to pine-forested mountains, and numerous recreational opportunities throughout the year. Coverage includes - Tonto National Monument - Apache Trail Scenic Byway - McDowell Mountain Regional Park - Arizona Trail - McDowell Sonoran Preserve - Roosevelt Lake and Wildlife Area - Maricopa County Trail System and The Maricopa Trail - Usery Mountain Regional Park - Bartlett Reservoir, Saguaro and Apache Lakes - Verde Wild and Scenic River - Salt River - Motorized and Non-Motorized Trails - Equestrian and Multiple Use Trails - Goldfield and Mazatzal Mountains - Superstition and Four Peaks Wilderness Areas - Globe, Cave Creek, Mesa and Tonto Basin Ranger Districts
Brand
National Geographic Maps
Specifications
Folded Size4.25" x 9.25"
Unfolded Size25.5" x 37.75"
Scale1:70,000
ISBN9781566954853
Revision Year2009
UPC749717008519
Features
  • Waterproof and tear-resistant
  • Clearly marked trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and more
  • Detailed topography and clearly defined, color-coded boundaries of state parks, national recreation areas, wilderness areas, marine sanctuaries and wildlife refuges - Hundreds of points-of-interest, including scenic viewpoints, campgrounds, boat launches and canoe carry downs, swimming areas, fishing access points, and more
  • UTM and Latitude/Longitude grid, as well as selected waypoints and a scale bar for easy and accurate navigation
  • Detailed road network
  • Useful travel information on parks and key trails
  • Important safety information and tips
  • Information about local organizations and land management agencies