Usda Kaibab National Forest – North Kaibab Ranger District Arizona. Pusch Ridge towers over Tucson and the surrounding desert as one of the most prominent features of the Santa Catalina Mountains. With its lower slopes dotted with cactus and its upper reaches dark with pines, this unmistakable landmark makes the point in no uncertain terms that this is a land of extremes in biodiversity as well as topography. Within the 56,933-acre Wilderness, elevations range from 2,800 to 8,800 feet. Deep canyons separated by razorback ridges crease the slopes; rocky bluffs and pinnacles define the horizon. From the floor of Sabino Canyon to the upper slopes of Mt. Lemmon, life zones vary from Sonoran desert to subalpine forest. The wildlife community that inhabits such a varied setting is diverse as well. Black bears and coatimundis, Stellers jays and cactus wrens, saguaro cactus and Douglas-fir can all be found here as components of a natural diversity that has few rivals.
Usda Kaibab National Forest – North Kaibab Ranger District Arizona
Usda Kaibab – Tusayan & Williams Ranger Districts Arizona. This map is a must have guide for visitors to the North Kaibab National Forest. This map is all that you need to ensure that you do not miss the most glorious site in the Forest.
Usda Coronado National Forest – Douglas Ranger District (2014 Edition) Arizona. The Kaibab National Forest is part of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States. Bordering both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon, the 1.6 million acres of the Kaibab has the distinction of being divided by one of Nature’s greatest attractions. Headquartered in Williams, Arizona, the South Kaibab covers 1,422 square miles and the North Kaibab stretches over 1,010 square miles Elevations vary on the forest from 5,500 feet in the southwest corner to 10,418 feet at the summit of Kendrick Peak on the Williams Ranger District. All the way from north-central Arizona into Utah, you’ll find enough breathtaking views, outstanding forest scenery, unusual geologic formations, and just plain fun to keep you satisfied for days!
Usda Superstition Wilderness – 2017 Edition Arizona. Dragoons, Chiricahuas, Cochise, Tombstone. . . .names that hark back to the Old West. All are associated with the lands that now make up the Coronado National Forest.The Coronado totals almost 2 milliion acres in 12 units, mountain ranges that rise like islands from a sea of desert sand. This map presents three of those units, the Dragoon, Chiricahua, and Peloncillo ranges which lie in the southeastern corner of Arizona.
Usda Sycamore Canyon Wilderness: Kaibab, Prescott & Coconino National Forests Arizona. Stark and rugged beauty, combined with a well-developed trail system, make Superstition Wilderness the most popular wilderness in the United States.
Usda Coronado – Sierra Vista & Nogales Ranger Districts Arizona. Complete and current (2016) map of Sycamore Canyon, 2.69 = 1 miles scale. Printed on a plastic-like material, this map includes trails and trail descriptions for this wilderness area that spreads onto three National Forests.