Must-Have Maps

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Must-Have Maps

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Post by DaveK » Tue Jan 24, 2012 7:55 pm

After doing most of our trip planning, I believe that the following maps will be must-have items for everyone, regardless of your use of GPS and mapping software. The NG Maps are available on line. The Auto Club Maps are available to members only (to my knowledge) and the NFS Map is available from their website (http://www.nationalforeststore.com/merc ... gory_Code=) or from Amazon.

It will be very helpful if each member of the group has these maps at the Meet and Greet in March.

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Post by michael » Tue Jan 24, 2012 9:31 pm

I have the Dark Canyon on order from NFS. I have the rest of the maps in hand, although My AAA Indian Country map is different than yours. Mine is copyrighted 2006-2010. Probably very little difference.

If we have time to head out to Kelly Point, BLM's Arizona Strip Visitor Map (2006 Rev 5 is the version I have) came in handy last time I was there. I'm guessing you have that same map from the OAUSA trip there a few years ago.

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