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5-NM Recreation Map: Southcentral

By Public Lands Interpretive Association 9781879343399

Revised, waterproof edition of the most comprehensive recreational map to camping, skiing, hiking or hunting in the great outdoors of south-central New Mexico. Detailed road information, GPS grid, hunting units, land ownership, emergency and contact numbers, as well as listings for campgrounds and other attractions. From the gypsum plains of Alamogordo's White Sands National Monument to the rugged cliffs of the Organ Mountains National Recreation Area near Las Cruces, and from the mountainous Mescalero Apache homeland around Ruidoso to the caves of Lincoln County, south central New Mexico has much to offer. See wintering birds at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, browse among more than 20,000 petroglyphs at Three Rivers, learn about the state's fascinating history at Fort Stanton or by traveling along the Billy the Kid National Scenic Byway. Launch your travels from Las Cruces, Alamagordo, Ruidoso and the Lincoln National Forest, or Socorro on the historic Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail. Scale: 1:375,000, Printed on waterproof, tearproof synthetic paper. $7.95, 2013

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6-NM Recreation Map: Southeast

By Public Lands Interpretive Association 9781879343405

Revised, waterproof edition of the most comprehensive recreational map to the outdoor destinations of southeastern New Mexico. Detailed road information, GPS grid, hunting units, land ownership, emergency and contact numbers, campgrounds, museums, and other attractions. Folks with ATVs prize the OHV opportunities at Mescalero Sand Dunes while thousands gather at the annual Roswell UFO Festival. Southeastern New Mexico is also famous for Carlsbad Caverns National Park which includes Lechuguilla Cave, the nation's deepest limestone cave. Visit Bottomless Lake State Park or take in the panoramas from the Guadalupe Backcountry Byway. The towns of Carlsbad, Roswell, Clovis, Portales, and Artesia offer convenient launch points for your explorations. Scale: 1:375,000, Printed on waterproof, tearproof synthetic paper. $7.95, 2013

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7-NM Recreation Maps Set

By Public Lands Interpretive Association NM REC MAP SET

Complete set of the revised, waterproof edition ot the New Mexico Recreation Map series. The six maps provide detailed road information on a shade relief base, show recreation sites in national forests, BLM and state lands, national parks and monuments, wildlife refuges, land ownership (public and private), hunting units and other jurisdictional boundaries, special management units such as wilderness areas, GPS grids, campgrounds, museums, and other attractions. The scale of the maps is 1:375,000. The reverse side of each map provides general information about public lands, helpful hints, rules and regulations, land use ethics, emergency and contact numbers and outdoor destination opportunities available in New Mexico. Pay for five, get one free. Printed on waterproof, tearproof synthetic paper, $39.75, 2013

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Dolores River Guide Map

By Stephen Maurer, Ralph DeVries DOLO1

40 pages of mile-by-mile maps from Bradfield Bridge to the confluence with the Colorado 171 miles later. With notes on rapids and points of interest. Reprinted from the 1997 edition. Forty pages, spiral bound, on water resistant paper

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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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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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Map: AAA Guide To Indian Country

By Automobile Club of Southern California AAAINDIAN

The best map for touring the southwest. Visit Monument Valley, Canyon De Chelly, Grand Canyon, and Hubbell Trading Post in northern Arizona. See Glen Canyon NRA, Grand Staircase Escalante NM, Bears Ears NM, and Hovenweep NM in southern Utah. Visit Mesa Verde NM and Canyon of the Ancients NM in southern Colorado. Visit Acoma Pueblo, El Malpais NM, Bandelier NM, and the Four Corners Monument in northern New Mexico. Covers the Four Corners states from Santa Fe west to the Grand Canyon, Zuni and El Morro north to Moab. Enjoy scenic driving everywhere in the region. Interested in the outdoors; there's plenty of camping, hiking, and biking opportunities available. Revised in 2018.

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Map: All Trails Lead to Santa Fe

By High Desert Field Guides ALLTRAILSSANTA

This shaded map of New Mexico has an expanded Santa Fe area, intended to provide the highway traveler a guide to some of the sites and places of interest along the Three Trails. Santa Fe Plaza is the starting point for your road trip as all sites are numbered as you leave the plaza and head away from Santa Fe.

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Map: Caja del Rio Plateau NM

By D. C. Monroe CAJADELRIO

Located just west of Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Caja is a beautiful, multi-use grazing and recreational area that has played an important role in New Mexico history. A wide network of roads and trails provide access to rugged canyons and stunning vistas.

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Map: Dolores River Map

By DeVries & Maurer DOLO2

40 pages of mile-by-mile maps from Bradfield Bridge to the confluence with the Colorado 171 miles later. With notes on rapids and points of interest. Reprinted from the 1997 edition. Forty pages, spiral bound, on water resistant paper

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Map: Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument NM

By Kirt Kempter and Dick Huelster 9780976683933

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks is a land of spectacular and bizarre rock shapes in the southwestern foothills of New Mexico's Jemez Mountains. A national monument since 2001, Kasha-Katuwe is jointly managed by the Bureau of Land Management and Cochiti Pueblo. This new map by noted geologists Kirt Kempter and Dick Huelster describes the fascinating geology of the national monument and places it in the context of the surrounding region. Activities include picnicking, hiking, scenic driving, and photography. Nearby is Cochiti Reservoir with opportunities for camping, boating, and fishing. Printed on water and tear proof paper in 2009

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Map: Roads to the Past

By Friends of Archaeology 97809766839405

Getting out into the back country of New Mexico reveaks truly spectacular landscapes and some of the most important archaeological sites in the United States including three World Heritage Sites. Roads to the Past is a guide for residents and visitors who want to experience the rich cultural heritage of the Land of Enchantment. 2011

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Map: Rock Art Images of Northern New Mexico

By Dennis Slifer 9780976683964

New Mexico is famous for its spectacular prehistoric sites and cultural diversity. There are hundreds of rock art sites in New Mexico, and the author has chosen a few for this guide that have either convenient public access or have limited access which requires a tour or permission. Included are well-known petroglyph sites at Bandelier and at Petroglyph National Monuments. Lesser known are sites at Tome Hill and Puye Cliff Dwellings are also on the map along with several other areas. 2013

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Map: Sandia Mountains GPS

By Dharma Maps NM01D

This is a new tear proof, water resistant map which covers the Cibola National Forest -Sandia Mountains east of Albuquerque. It includes trails, roads, and picnic areas. From the west side take the tram up to the mountain top, or drive the scenic road up the east side. GPS is available. 2007

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Map: Santa Fe City Trails

By Map Adventures SANTAFECITTRAI

Santa Fe has a seemingly endless array of trails to explore. City pathways pass through historic adobe neighborhoods. To the east, trails wind into forested foothills climbing to mountain summits. Southern trails weave through high desert mesas.

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Map: Santa Fe Explorer

By Dharma Maps NM04

This is a new tear proof water resistant map which covers parts of the Sante Fe National Forest near Santa Fe up to the ski area and it includes the Dale Ball Trail system near Santa Fe. Trails, Campsites, and roads are included. GPS is available. 2008

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Map: Santa Fe Truchas Peak

By National Geographic 781566956772

This map of Truchas Peak area and the public recreational lands near Santa Fe, New Mexico is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts with unmatched durability and detail. This map features trail networks in Santa Fe and Carson National Forests, and key points of interest including Truchas Peak (the second highest in New Mexico), Hyde Memorial State Park, Open Space parks, Sky Line Trail, Pecos National Historical Park, Pecos Recreational River, and the Pecos Wilderness area. 1:63,360 scale 2014

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Map: Santa Fe, Bandelier, & Los Alamos

By Sky Terrain Maps 966550897

This map includes detailed trail information and descriptions; trailhead; trail ratings; all roads; historical routes; hydrology; contours & custom shaded relief; GPS grids; hiking, biking, & skiing info and so much more. Includes the Dale Ball Trail System in Santa Fe, Hyde State Park, and recreation sites along the road to the ski area. A great map for visitors to Los Alamos or Santa Fe looking for outdoor activities nearby. 2012

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Map: Taos-Wild Rivers

By Dharma Maps NM11

A synthetic, tear proof, water resistant map which covers the Wild Rivers BLM Recreation Area north of Taos within the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Trails, roads, and camp sites are included. The Red River flows into the Rio Grande River at a viewpoint above the rivers. Also included is the Wheeler Peak area of the Carson National Forest with trails, roads, and campsites. GPS is available. Scenic driving from Taos to Red River and Questa. Visit the Red River Fish Hatchery. 2010

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Map: Taos/Wheeler Peak

By National Geographic 781566953092

This map of the Wheeler Peak area and the public recreational lands near Taos NM is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts with unmatched durability and detail. This map features trail networks in Carson National Forest and key points of interest including the Valle Vidal Unit, Wheeler Peak (highest in New Mexico), Wild Rivers recreation area, Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River, and Cimarron Canyon State Park. A great map for hiking and backpacking, scenic driving, or visiting Wild Rivers Recreation Area. 1:63,360 scale 2014

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