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Great Southwest Roadtrips
Great Southwest Roadtrips features the crown jewels of the more than 25 million acres of public lands overseen by the Bureau of Land Management in Arizona and New Mexico. The guide highlights driving routes in the two states to spectacular landscapes and sites and it is a wonderful resource for those planning a trip to the Southwest or the for the armchair traveler who just wants to learn about places less known but worth visiting in the future.
In Arizona, some of these less known places include Las Cienegas and the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Areas; national monuments like the Sonoran Desert, the Agua Fria, the Vermillion Cliffs and the Grand Canyon-Parashant; segments of the legendary Route 66, wilderness areas, and much more.
In New Mexico, Great Southwest Roadtrips will help you to explore the Rio Grande del Norte and the Kasha-Katuwe National Monuments; Wild Rivers, Orilla Verde and Valley of Fires Recreation Areas; historic Fort Craig, the one-time home of the legendary Buffalo Soldiers; Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area; Three Rivers Petroglyph Site, wilderness and wilderness study areas, and much, much more.
Great Southwest Roadtrips is the result of a partnership between the Bureau of Land Management and American Park Network. The guide is free but regular shipping charges apply.
Free National Landscape Conservation System Map
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the establishment of BLM's National Landscape Conservation System (NLCS), National Geographic Society, in partnership with the NLCS, produced this beautiful, bilingual (English/Spanish), full color map of America's newest conservation system. The map is free but regular shipping charges apply. Click on the link to order up to 2 free NLCS maps from PLIA's online public lands bookstore. If you need more than two maps, please call us toll free at 877-851-8946
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