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ARIZONA
Forest

MAY 1 2013
Service

America's Great Outdoors

Motor Vehicle
Use Map
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Miles

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240

Ducknest
Lake

9158D

9161M

McDermit
Lake

Boot
Lake

0.25

4L
900

164A

23
3A

Breezy
Lake

1,596

9481D

Fort Valley Inset

164G

Long Lake

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226B

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648

180

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226
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Ashurst
Lake

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dates as
allow ed
on road

126

91
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F

Ashurst
Run

1,225

9150J

9004S

126

9421Q

9149E

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164F

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8L
900

357'30"N

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233

90A

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546

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92

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Lake

9117K

3E
15
9498F

4F
949

240E

94
92
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13
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9499F

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9467S

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Munds
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23

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9460T

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Lake

40

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8T

To
W

9466Y

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2

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F
17
91

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24

Forked
Pine

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Pinegrove

941
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6A

M
N

C
9485

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21
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510

9475T

Potato
Lake

334

1,722

9420G

153

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253

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9485A

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9487J

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5
23

Upper
Lake
Mary

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Deep
Lake

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492

1,121

9218

Lakeview

3B 5
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Narrows

Horse
Lake

1,240

9132N

9001K

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23
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1,197

9491A

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29

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9126S

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23

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1,356

9126R

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836

9117Z

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Hart Prairie Inset

9483A

679

9173

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86
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762

753

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Mary (South)

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Lake

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Springs

9161J

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29

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76
94

634

1,793

9125D

Same
dates as
allow ed
on road

On National Forest
On National Forest
land w ithin 300 feet
land to one side, or
Same
of the designated
both sides, of the types as
road's centerline
designated road, as allow ed
along portions of its
illustrated by map
on road
length, as illustrated
symbology.
by map symbology

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78A

2T
912

7R
947

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1,641

1,636

9123H

84
94

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Vail
Lake

9480S

9021H

527

9148A

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912

128

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1,699

9117

9218

3515'0"N

82

88
94

420000

236

78B

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5

9904B

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753A

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87
94

513

11152'30"W

9513

9584B

12
8

76
9

Upper Lake
Mary (North)

5
23 9489
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23
6

78
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253J

Manzanita

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94
94

9513

9589

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N

94
89
W

Gardens

9908

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Munds Park inset

9587A

95
53

253
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9557

59
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78

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9904

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9600

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9497B

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410000

152E

9594

13
1

1120'0"W

152B

525

76
1A

Bootlegger

Encinoso

9910

9584

9552

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9549

761

525D

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525

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9917

525

9524L

9524M

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9551

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23

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129A

9462A

52
5C

A
761

6. Casner Mountain Trail Casner Mountain Trail (Trail No.


8) is designated as a motorized trail with very rugged
conditions along a narrow ridge with limited opportunity for
two-way traffic. For vehicles < 50 in width, the route is open
year-round and no permit is required; there is room to go
around existing gates at each end. For vehicles over 50 in
width, permits are available from the Red Rock Ranger
District for free from May 16th October 14th each year. No
more than one permit will be issued per calendar week.

9491A

L
58
94

5. Sensitive areas - Motor vehicle use off of a forest road or


trail for purposes of camping or game retrieval shall not
cross riparian areas, streams, and rivers except at hardened
crossings with existing culverts. Motor vehicle use off of a
forest road or trail may not occur in areas that are gated
and/or fenced, and signed as closed even if shown as
designated on the map.

Call Of
The Canyon

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235D

129

3U

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94

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9492A

Sycamore
Canyon
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8

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29

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9117B

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9123V

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Allow ed

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Mary

9423W

235

231

539

9B
53

538

6399

9457

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Flat

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9

A
253

8
77

762B
235

9114
F

128F

9529

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!

253
E

O
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Red Rock-Secret
Mountain
Wilderness

Red Rock-Secret
Mountain
Wilderness

4. Roads in developed campgrounds and other developed


sites All roads in developed campgrounds are designated
for highway legal vehicles only. Other developed sites, such
as surfaced parking areas, developed dispersed campsites
(includes ground surfacing and signage), and trailheads may
be accessed by vehicles even when not shown on this map.

535
A

6259

68
62

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12
8B

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5

128

Marshall
Lake

9479R

4B

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128D

9479Z

253D

89A

9479W

Lower
Lake
Mary

3. Game retrieval When an elk has been legally taken in


Game Management Units 6A, 6B, 7E, 7W, and 8, the
individual who legally took the animal may drive or be driven
to the downed elk. Under no circumstances may a second
vehicle be used to retrieve the animal. The vehicle used to
retrieve the elk may be operated off of designated routes on
non-wilderness National Forest Lands up to one mile from
designated routes. Motor vehicle use off of designated
routes is not allowed for game retrieval of any species,
including elk, in game management units 5A, 5BS, 5BN, or
11.

989D

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350'0"N

A
535

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9114

90
15
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912

83
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536A

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Canyon
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6017

538D

6146

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128A

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8H

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Vista

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20
94

535B

9018H

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3880000

536

536C

Blanket Statements for


Travel Management

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6330

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7
70

237

527A

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Griffith
Spring

Kachina
Village

5D
53

538

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533B

52
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9163E

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15
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9478Y

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53

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530

9013P

9014L

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9163L
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Vehicles
Allow ed

193

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8
12

239

9010L

9169N

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110

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N

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9113S

9113A

1D
23

9015E

These are areas on National Forest System land that allow


cross-country travel by motorized vehicles.

530

0A
53

Areas Open to Cross Country Travel:

6D
52

527

530

9113D

53
2

9008B

9016N

9007S

1D
30

1,063

9147X

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303

545

9006B

9012E

9218B

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66

534

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9007S

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40

Coconino
National Forest
Supervisor's Office

1,055

9143L

0
76

2L
901

30
3

40

1,683

1,094

9004T

0.2

0.0

Side Of Road

0
902

9126S

622

6146

758

9132W

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923

9132N

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9228D

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510

510
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3
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Distance From Road

784

91
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9125Q

91
24
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91
32
H

M
N

M
N

790

Flagstaff

9149T

M
N

4
78

P
9146

912 8S

9132W

768

579

9003H

2.4

0.0

04/02-12/14

1,232

9001K

1.0

0.0

04/02-12/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

4S
923

91
25
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91
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79
1A

9149T
9149W

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913

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3910000

X
9122

5A
51

527E

527

357'30"N

0B
53

This symbol is used for roads that are too short to show a
symbol type on the map. The symbol contains the number
of the road or trail. Users should refer to the corresponding
number in the Short Route Table for designation information.

859

52
6B

9149E

9143N

783

Q
9124

9122S
9125B

510B

66

244

510E

89S

989C

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51
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9121Q

244

89

180

510N

.
/

Flagstaff Ranger
District Office "

9128R

91
21
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2
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5
51

510

9145V

506

7
55

0
42

9173A

M
N

51
1

9126R

510M

89A

244

9122
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0A
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9180G

9128Y

431
Fort
Valley
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Saddle Rd

R
24
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91
80

Refer to the
Fort Valley inset

0
4! 3

6353A

9125R

498

556

10
60

9144Y

6353

LittleElden
" Spring

912
2P

6010A

80
91

556A

420J

557

6
52

0
53

70333

0
53

4A
24

9145E

8
49

9148A

743

518B

Rogers Lake

6
52

9143L

244

3
74

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!

649

556

743

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506

K
9011

3
53

3890000

Short Route Identifier:

KNF 2256

131A

4N
912

K
9140

91
23
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6064D

9129N

D
44
91

6064
D

24
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511A

556C

420

901 4K

4A
43

3E, 78, 82, 82A, 82E, 90H, 91, 124, 124C, 125,
126, 128, 128C, 129, 129A, 132, 132A, 132B,
132D, 133, 151, 153, 164B, 164C, 171, 171C,
171E, 191, 191C, 193, 219, 222, 222A, 226, 226E,
228, 231, 231D, 231J, 235, 236, 236A, 237, 240,
244, 245, 253, 253B, 253F, 296, 303, 390A, 416,
418, 420, 506, 514, 518, 522, 525, 525C, 526, 527,
530, 530B, 535, 535A, 536, 536A, 538, 538A,
538D, 538J, 539, 545B, 546, 549, 553, 556, 648,
668D, 700, 707, 714, 762L, 767, 769, 773, 778,
783, 792, 794, 867, 6001, 6114, 9002, 9002F,
9003, 9005L, 9006R, 9007, 9008, 9008L, 9014L,
9018G, 9018H, 9124Q, 9219V, 9232R, 9234P,
9419U, 9421U, 9458L, 9462L, 9467V, 9468K,
9477H, 9477P, 9477R, 9482F, 9483F, 9484,
9485G, 9487G, 9487X, 9492A, 9498

3522'30"N

244A

91
43
E

6B
55

433
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667

231

9012E

912
2M

77
7

912
5G

9132Q

4
606

9
614

9228D

9224J

This symbol indicates a trailhead for access to a motorized


route. Not all motorized routes have trailheads and those
that do may range from primitive to developed.

3920000

7E
913

77
6

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

5
600

546

!
!

164B

180B

164A
9008P

0.0

04/02-12/14

553C

6261

05
60

776

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

1,054

812

6.3

90E, 128B, 128D, 128F, 151A, 219A, 226B, 235D, On National Forest
On National Forest
235K, 247, 253A, 253D, 523, 627, 655B, 801,
land w ithin 300 feet
land to one side, or
Same
6233, 9001P, 9006, 9006B, 9011K, 9117B, 9117G, of the designated
both sides, of the types as
9117H, 9117J, 9117K, 9117N, 9117Z, 9219M,
road's centerline
designated road, as allow ed
9421F, 9421L, 9458B, 9479G, 9479R, 9479W,
along its entire
illustrated by map
on road
9479Z, 9480, 9480A, 9486H, 9486J, 9488E,
length, as illustrated
symbology.
9493A, 9497B, 9498A, 9729
by map symbology

R
40
91

06/28-04/14

Off-Road Motorized Dispersed Camping Locations (North)

Painted
Desert
Vista "

H
40
91
24
4

77
7

Cinder Hills
OHV Area

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!
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!!

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9498F

5B
54
0
42

6
77

545F

6440

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

137

552A

649

1.4

0.0

558

553A

0.8

0.0

06/28-04/14

806

849

515C

0.3

0.0

06/28-04/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

4
51

Bonito

91
41
U

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9494F

06/28-04/14

510C

510M

1.2

0.0

405

1,012

9026

Strawberry
Crater
Wilderness

"
9

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9485E

782

L
29
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417

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518

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wireless carrier may assess data service charges.

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9026

141

E
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8
952

FS-873-3041

For more details, go to http://go.usa.gov/PEa,


or scan this code with your smartphone or tablet.

164F

Motorized Trail Access:

2. Camping This map does not include restrictions on


where forest visitors can camp on the Forest. This map does
restrict motor vehicle use for the purpose of camping. Motor
vehicle use off of designated roads for the purpose of
camping is permitted on National Forest Service lands up to
300 feet from the side of the road, where designated. Forest
visitors can park on the side of any designated road and
camp anywhere except where specifically prohibited such as
within the City limits of Flagstaff or Sedona. When parking
along a road, it is necessary to fully pull-off the road surface
to allow through traffic.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)


prohibits discrimination in all its programs
and activities on the basis of race, color,
national origin, age, disability, and where
applicable, sex, marital status, familial status,
parental status, religion, sexual orientation,
genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal,
or because all or part of an individual's
income is derived from any public assistance
program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all
programs.) Persons with disabilities who
require alternative means for communication
of program information (Braille, large print,
audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's
TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice
and TDD). To file a compliant of
discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office
of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue,
S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call
(800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382
(TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity
provider and employer.

933B

1. Areas open to Cross Country Motorized Uses The


Cinder Hills OHV Area (located on the North Half of the
MVUM) is open to all motor vehicles year round. There are
no other areas on the Forest with this designation.

Other options for viewing or using this map


include:
View or download a copy of this map
using your computer.
Download a copy of this map to your
Android or iOS smartphone or tablet, and
use it as a live, navigational aid when
travelling on MVUM-designated routes.
Download a representation of this map to
your Garmin GPS receiver, and use it as
a live, navigational aid when travelling on
MVUM-designated routes.

522

222

930

For more information on Tread Lightly!, go to


www.treadlightly.org or call 1-800-966-9900.

Kachina Peaks Wilderness

9131X

These symbols are used to show routes the Forest Service


does not have jurisdiction over and has not designated for
motorized use. These symbols are part of the reference layers
showing connections to towns and cities outside the forest
boundary.

Discover the rewards of responsible recreation.

553

2
52

9484F

9156H

Sunset Crater Volcano


National Monument

O'Leary

9126E

146

930
A

8G
53

Allow for future use of the outdoors by leaving it better than


you found it.

Other Public Roads

545A

89

518

C
24
91

9132P

9483G

235D

0.4

0.0

01/01-08/14

2.2

0.2

0.0

04/02-12/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

Road Number

9134E

-545
NPS

553C

516B

518

E
29
92

552

9121K

Strawberry
Crater
Wilderness

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

306

1,282

226B

0.6

0.0

04/02-12/14

164F

0.2

0.0

04/01-11/30

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9487G

546

553A

!
!

9229U

552A

Lockett
Meadow

"
9

9466Y

545H

516A

9230W

9228Q

Read and understand this map in its entirety. If you have


questions, please contact the Coconino National Forest for
clarification.
As a motor vehicle operator on a National Forest System road,
trail, or area you must comply with this map, as well as all
Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. Compliance
with these rules is your responsibility.

516

9007N

9228Q

Educate yourself plan and prepare before you go.

Kachina Peaks Wilderness

9230U

Highways, U.S., State

Respect the environment and the rights of others.

D
25
91

2
55

W
02
90

222 B

Interstate

Travel and recreate with minimum impact.

R
03
90

.
/

64
9

7C
52

ALWAYS REMEMBER TO RESPECT PRIVATE LAND!


PROTECT YOUR PRIVILEGE. STAY ON DESIGNATED
ROADS AND TRAILS AND IN DESIGNATED AREAS.

3E
912

9216T

180

Other Public Roads:

7E
52

Much of the Coconino National Forest is remote. Medical


assistance may not be readily available. Cellular telephones do
not work in many areas of the Coconino National Forest. Take
adequate food, water, first-aid supplies, and other equipment
appropriate for the conditions and expected weather.

R
9006

9229

1
13

Motor vehicle use, especially off-highway vehicle use, involves


inherent risks that may cause property damage, serious injury,
and possibly death to participants. Drive cautiously and
anticipate rough surfaces and features, such as snow, mud,
vegetation, and water crossings common to remote driving
conditions. By your participation, you voluntarily assume full
responsibility for these damages, risks, and dangers. Take care
at all times to protect yourself and those under your
responsibility.

222

9231
Q

2A
22

9219V

Refer to the
Hart Prairie inset

9007T

4L
900
9005
L

1A
15

64
9

F
KN

Operating a motor vehicle on National Forest System roads,


National Forest System trails, and in areas on National Forest
System lands carries a greater responsibility than operating
that vehicle in a city or other developed setting. Not only must
you know and follow all applicable traffic laws, you need to
show concern for the environment as well as other forest
users. The misuse of motor vehicles can lead to the temporary
or permanent closure of any designated road, trail, or area. As
a motor vehicle operator, you are also subject to State traffic
law, including State requirements for licensing, registration,
and operation of the vehicle in question.

R
25
90

OPERATOR
RESPONSIBILITIES

141

9123J

5
43

40

6
51

P
05
90

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+

M
N

3900000

418

9002L

9228G

This symbol is used along with a designated road or trail


to indicate limited cross-country motor vehicle use within
a specific distance of that route, solely for the purpose
of dispersed camping. The dots indicate where this
activity is permitted. They may be on the left, right, or
both sides of the route. Refer to the Dispersed Camping
Table for specifics.

418A

627

794

9007N

151

Dispersed Camping, Right Side

9229F

64
9

A
32
91

66

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To W

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3515'0"N

160

90
01
P

9004T

519

Dispersed Camping, Left Side

17
1E
679
6

KN
F

164C

171C

222

9123H

N
17
92

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!

9216M

164E

66

KNF
796

418

9002T

9008
L

9004M

245

8L
900

F
KN

160

160
KNF

Dispersed Camping, Both Sides

107

794

90
06
M

8
41

!
!

9004S

0
15

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

1,014

0.3

0.0

04/01-11/30

721

146

164G

1.7

0.0

1,773

0.5

0.9

0.0

489

164E

1.0

0.0

04/01-11/30

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9460T

3530'0"N

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

0.5

128F

0.3

0.0

04/01-11/30

484

128A

1.8

0.0

06/28-04/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9460A

3930000

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

0.0

06/28-04/14

128D

0.3

1.4

0.0

06/28-04/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

0.0

06/28-04/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9232R

!
!

9158D

5B
54

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K
04
90
!

Information for access and recreation


on Arizona State Trust Lands:
www.land.state.az.us/programs/natural/recreation_permit.htm

180C

Information on State registration and


safety laws for OHV use in Arizona:
www.azgfd.gov/outdoor_recreation/off_highway.shtml

9218B

9229U

9155E

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

1,195

1.9

0.0

04/01-11/30

90E

0.8

1.1

04/02-12/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

779

546

89

9151
Q

9230U

9172X

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

Length In Feet

89A

4.3

0.0

04/01-11/30

Road Number

2.1

0.0

09/01-12/31

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9118W

Doney

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9230W

9155A

9001K

M
N

Dispersed Camping:
!

514

9008S

These trails are open only to motorcycles. Sidecars are


not permitted.

KN

56
F1

9218

3910000

171B

!
!

Y
54
91

!
!

156

77
0

24
5

1
17

These trails are open to all motor vehicles, including both


highway legal and nonhighway legal vehicles.

9234M

2.5

0.9

09/01-12/31

Roads Open To All Vehicles,


Yearlong

1.8

0.0

04/01-11/30

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

20.4

1.3

04/01-11/30

Roads open to highw ay legal vehicles only, w ith Seasonal Designation

296A

782

9126B

514

3A
77

773

"
5

9172R

!!

15
1

193

51
4

9003R

9219N

514

9007S

9131U

!
!

Trails Open to All Vehicles

523

Y
20
92

180A

This symbol, used in conjunction with one of the other road or


trail symbols, indicates that the road or trail is open only during
certain portions of the year. Refer to Seasonal Table for
further instructions.

To report a non-fire emergency, call 911

812
!

Trails Open to Motorcycles Only:

3
52

141

550

4S
923

M
N

M
N

100

296

1.3

04/01-11/30

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9499F

N
50
91

550

1
17

These roads are open to all motor vehicles, including smaller


off-highway vehicles that may not be licensed for highway
use (but not to oversize or overweight vehicles under State
traffic law).

912
9A

3
19

.
/

76
0

A
9020

9126A

9002Q

9127

915 5M

0
15

3522'30"N

Seasonal Designation:

To report a fire, call (928) 526-0600

KNF
171

41
7

523

9006
D

9003H

4
19

0
902

KN

0
76

These roads are open only to motor vehicles licensed under


State law for general operation on all public roads within the
state.

90
09
D

180

4P
923

M
N
141

These trails are open only to motor vehicles less than 62


inches in width at the widest point on the vehicle.

Mogollon Rim Ranger District


8738 Ranger Road
Happy Jack, AZ 86024
(928) 477-2255

9001E

Roads Open to Highway Legal Vehicles Only:

191C

C
9237

Kendrick
Mountain
Wilderness

144

1J
922

90
02
F

760

171

Special Trail Vehicle Designation:

Flagstaff Ranger District


5075 N. Highway 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
(928) 526-0866

54
9

90
02
F

1C
19
!

M
N
M
N

Roads Open to All Vehicles:

767

76
0A

76
7

3920000

EXPLANATION OF LEGEND
ITEMS

F 90

222B

04/02-12/14

Roads Too Short To Be Seen


Clearly

Ending Mile

0.0

04/01-11/30

Roads open to highw ay legal vehicles only, w ith Seasonal Designation

16.0

04/02-12/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

222A

545G

91
72
X

9154D

7
912

-545

L
29
91

90
01
E

548

NPS

J
9154

9021H

760

KN

KN

0
F9

3Q
900

D
9021

90
05
G

417B

Q
05
90

90
02
Q

F
05
90

Miles

1S
922

7B
41

191

222

06/28-04/14
01/01-08/14

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9117A

9172X

780

73
6

91
50

417

6
F 73

1
19

0H
922

KN
F

5G
900

0.5

KN

9001D

E
09
90

KNF 91

160

9116S

0A
915

50
91

9116Q

8
54

Lakes and Rivers

3530'0"N

900
7B

416

Political Boundary

C
517

164 H

41
7

6A
41

9222K

9C
54

Wilderness Areas

517D

51
7B

3930000

Non-National Forest System Lands


within the National Forest

900 3B

National Forest System Lands

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

Dates Allow ed Beginning Mile

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

9222G

Forest or Unit Boundary

9007N

L
29
91

Information Site

153A

801

9023V

Roads open to all Vehicles, w ith Seasonal Designation

519

417

416

Motorized Trailhead

9010L

417

Picnic Area

549C

F
KN

5
71

417

FS Campground

!
E
"
]

417

153E

.
/

417

Areas Open to Cross-Country Travel

"
9
"
5

89

Short Route Identifier

70333

417

M
04
90

Red Rock Ranger District


P.O. Box 20429
Sedona, AZ 86341
(928) 203-2900

.
/

0
76

The designation "road or trail open to all motor vehicles" does


not supersede State traffic law.

9006

180

Other Public Roads

164H

Designated roads, trails and areas may also be subject to


temporary, emergency closures. As a visitor, you must comply
with signs notifying you of such restrictions. A national forest
may issue an order to close a road, trail or area on a
temporary basis to protect the life, health, or safety of forest
visitors or the natural or cultural resources in these areas.
Such a temporary and/or emergency closures are consistent
with the Travel Management Rule (36 CFR 212.52 (b), 36
CFR 261 subpart B).

AZ

90
10
E

Highways, US, State

07
90

an
yo
n,

Interstate

9006B

dC

ran

-545

Dispersed Camping, Right Side


(See table for DC information)

NPS

To
G

<

Dispersed Camping, Left Side

Dispersed Camping, Both Sides

82

90E

3940000

Legend Symbol And Description

Seasonal Designation (See Table)


!

Road Number

Motor Vehicle Use Map


Coconino National Forest
North Half

3940000

Seasonal Designations (North)

Trails Open to Motorcycles Only

11115'0"W

470000

11122'30"W

! !

1
17

Coconino National Forest Supervisor's Office


1824 S. Thompson St.,
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 527-3600
www.fs.usda.gov/coconino

F
KN

INFORMATION SOURCES

Special Trail Vehicle Designation

PROHIBITIONS

This map does not display nonmotorized uses, over-snow


uses, or other facilities and attractions on the Coconino
National Forest. Obtain forest visitor information from the local
national forest office.

460000

11130'0"W

These designations apply only to National Forest System


roads, National Forest System trails, and areas on
National Forest System lands.

Violators of 36 CFR 261.13 are subject to a fine of up to


$5,000, imprisonment for up to 6 months, or both (18 U.S.C.
3571(e)).This prohibition applies regardless of the presence or
absence of signs.

450000

11137'30"W

Trails Open to All Vehicles

Designation of a road, trail, or area for motor vehicle use by a


particular class of vehicle under 36 CFR 212.51 should not be
interpreted as encouraging or inviting use or implying that the
road, trail, or area is passable, actively maintained, or safe for
travel. Motor vehicle designations include parking along
designated routes and at facilities associated with designated
routes when it is safe to do so and when not causing damage
to National Forest System resources. Seasonal weather
conditions and natural events may render designated roads
and trails impassable for extended periods. Designated areas
may contain dangerous or impassable terrain. Many
designated roads and trails may be passable only by highclearance vehicles or four-wheel-drive vehicles. Maintenance
of designated roads and trails will depend on available
resources, and many may receive little maintenance.

It is prohibited to possess or operate a motor vehicle on


National Forest System lands on the Coconino National
Forest other than in accordance with these designations
(CFR 261.13)

440000

11145'0"W

Roads Open to All Vehicles

101
KNF

VICINITY MAP

430000

11152'30"W

Roads Open to Highway Legal Vehicles Only

It is the responsibility of the user to acquire the current


MVUM.This MVUM shows the National Forest System roads,
National Forest System trails, and the areas on National Forest
System lands in the Coconino National Forest that are
designated for motor vehicle use pursuant to 36 CFR 212.51.
This MVUM also identifies the vehicle classes allowed on each
route and in each area; and any seasonal restrictions that
apply on those routes and in those areas.

This motor vehicle use map identifies those roads, trails, and
areas designated for the motor vehicle use under 36 CFR
212.51 for the purpose of enforcing the prohibition at 36 CFR
261.13. This is a limited purpose. The other public roads are
shown for information and navigation purposes only and are
not subject to designation under the Forest Service travel
management regulation.

420000

3
900

________________________________________
Forest Supervisor, Coconino National Forest

410000

1120'0"W

The designations shown on this motor vehicle use map


(MVUM) were made by the responsible official pursuant to 36
CFR 212.51; are effective as of the date on the front cover of
this MVUM; and will remain in effect until superceded by next
year's MVUM.

Legend

PURPOSE AND CONTENTS


OF THIS MAP