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Map: Oscura Mountains NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM2055

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. This is a great map to have while stalking the exotic oryx and other game in Hunting Units 18, 19, 20, and 17 or on White Sands Missle Range, wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding. Visit the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge and enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking, scenic driving, photography, and picnicking. Sandhill cranes and snow geese overwinter here. Includes roads and lands in Socorro and Lincoln Counties. 2009

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Map: Socorro NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM1675

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. This is a great map to have while stalking game in Hunting Units 18, 13, and 14, fishing (where available), wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding at Gordy's Hill OHV Area. Wildlife viewing at Bernardo Wildlife Area and Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge(restricted access, check at visitor center). Includes roads and lands in Socorro, Torrance and Valencia Counties. 2013

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Guidebooks » National Forests
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Red Rock Annual Pass

By Coconino National Forest REDROCKANNUAL

Whether pressing into the Secret Mountains or gathering power at the nearest vortex, you`re gonna need this pass to pay for your parking. Benefits of the Annual Pass include free parking at all trailheads and day use areas under forest management in the Sedona Ranger District, including the sites around Oak Creek Canyon, Munds Mountain Wilderness, and the Red Rock- Secret Mountain Wilderness. The revenue from the passes will be spent on restoring wildlife habitat, watershed, and historical resources. No passes are needing if you bike or hike into the forest, or if you drive through without stopping.

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Red Rock Weekly Pass

By Coconino National Forest REDROCKWEEKLY

Please enter the week the pass intended for under "SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS" or "OPTIONAL GIFT MESSAGE."

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Trail Guide Pecos Wilderness, rev ed

By Public Lands Interpretive Association PLIAPECOS

Complete guide to exploring the pristine wilderness right up the hill from Santa Fe. Includes all sorts of tips and detailed trail-by-trail information. 1995

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Trail Guide to Lincoln NF Guadalupe RD

By Lynn A Melton 3360637

Trail guide to the Guadalupe Rabnder District of the Lincoln National Forest in southern New Mexico. 2014

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Trail Guide to Lincoln NF Sacramento RD

By Lynn A Melton 3307977

Trail guide to the Sacramento Ranger District in southern New Mexico. 2014

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Trail Guide to Lincoln NF Smokey Bear RD

By Lynn A Melton 3311585

Trail guide to the Smokey Bear Ranger District of the Lincoln NF in southern New Mexico. 2014

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Guidebooks » State Parks, Monuments & Other Lands
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El Malpais National Monument

By Marylene Mabery 0911408894

This badlands on the western edge of New Mexico has been variously described as monster blood and lava, depending on whether you are talking with a Navajo or an unimaginative pragmatist. 1990, 15 pp.

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Map: Rock Point AZ - Surface Management

By BLM 9781411329904

Differentiates between public and private land, and also among the various agencies who manage the public lands. Entire map shows Navajo Indian Reservation. No public land. Map shows Hwy 191 north to south. Scale 1:100,000. 2010

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Guidebooks » National Parks
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Grand Canyon Trail Guide Havasu

By Thybony, Scott GCAHAVASU

Pocket-sized trail guide to the sights, history, and water holes of the remote Havasu trail. 10 miles one way backpacking from the trailhead to Havasu Campground. Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2010

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Grand Canyon Trail Guide South and North Bass

By Editor GCASNBASS

For day hikers and backpackers who know where they want to go in Grand Canyon National Park. This pocket-sized trail guide leads you to the sights, history, and water holes of the South and North Bass trails. Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2009

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Map: Carlsbad NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM0315

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. It is a great map to have while stalking game in Hunting Units 30, 31, fishing (where available), wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding. Visit Carlsbad Caverns National Park or the Living Desert State Park. Includes roads and lands in Eddy and Otero Counties and Lincoln National Forest. 2009

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Map: Grand Canyon Trail Guide Bright Angel

By Editor 0938216090

For day hikers and backpackers who know where they want to go in Grand Canyon National Park. This pocket-sized trail guide contains information on the sights, history, and water holes of the Bright Angel trail. The trail leads from the rim down to Phantom Ranch(9.6 miles one way). A popular day hike is down to Indian Gardens and return hike to the rim(9.2 miles roundtrip). Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2004

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Map: Grand Canyon Trail Guide Grandview

By Editor 0938216244

For day hikers and backpackers who know where they want to go in Grand Canyon National Park. This pocket-sized trail guide leads you to the sights, history, and water holes of the Grandview trail. The steep and rocky trail is 3.1 miles one way. Backcountry camping(permit required) is on Horseshoe Mesa. No water available on this trail. Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2009

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Map: Grand Canyon Trail Guide Hermit

By Thybony Scott 0938216315

Pocket-sized trail guide to the sights, history, and water holes of the Hermit trail. The trail is 9.2 miles one way from the trailhead on the rim to the Hermit Rapid Camp on the river. Day hiking is popular, ranging from 2.6 miles to 4 miles roundtrip depending upon the destination. Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2005.

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Guidebooks » BLM Lands
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Field Guide to Rio Grande del Norte National Monument

By Waterford Press 9781620052105

A folding Pocket Naturalist guide to familiar plants and animals of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument in northern New Mexico

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FORT CRAIG HISTORIC SITE CHALLENGE COIN

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Challenge coins date back to the World War I era. They were designed specifically for a military unit and were popular with Air Force and the Army Special Forces. This memorial coin was issued for the 150th anniversary of Ft. Craig and it is made available again by popular demand.

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Grand Staircase-Escalante Visitor Map & Guide

By Stephen Maurer, ed. GSEMAP

When you head into the canyons of this wild and colorful place, take a moment to appreciate how the elements have blended to create it. Wind and water sculpt rock into soaring monuments, with suprising niches of vibrant life. Elegant descriptions of the natural history are included with the map. Five secondary roads traverse the Monument from north to south. Nearest towns are Kanab and Escalante. Waterproof paper. 1998.

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Guidebooks » Biking
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Map: Gallup NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM1995

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. It is a great map to have while stalking game in Hunting Units 1, 7, and 10, fishing (where available), wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding. Visit Red Rock Park east of Gallup. Gallup OHV-Motocross Park is east of Gallup. Mountain biking trails are found near Gallup. Includes roads and lands in McKinley County and Navajo Indian Reservation. 2009

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