Use the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) to determine what roads or trails allow motorized use. We recommend you carry a detailed map to navigate, such as a topographic or recreation map like the California Trail Users Coalition (CTUC) OHV Trail Map. It is important to stay on the designated roads and trails shown on the MVUM's.
MVUM and CTUC maps are free at local Forest Service visitor centers. A selection of area topographic maps are for sale at the visitor center near the area you will visit.
Use the Contact Us link to email a request for maps to be mailed to you, or call 760-873-2400. More Maps and Publications
Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)
These maps depict the legal roads, trails, and areas for public motorized use. They are black and white maps and are not designed for navigation.
Map 1 Front- Mono Lake (PDF 1362kb)
Back- Pizona - Montgomery Peak (PDF 894kb)
Map 2 Front- June Lake (PDF 1281kb)
Back- Mammoth (PDF 1379kb)
Map 3 Front- Bald Mountain (PDF 792kb)
Back- Little Antelope Valley (PDF 1033kb)
Map 4 Front- Casa Diablo (PDF 1036kb)
Back- Glass Mountain (PDF 533kb)
Map 5 Front- Bishop (PDF 1014kb)
Back- White Mountain (PDF 873kb)
Map 6 Front- Big Pine (PDF 886kb)
Back- Inyo Mountains (PDF 896kb)
Map 7 Front- Monache (PDF 530kb)
Back- Southern Sierra (PDF 805kb)
California Trail Users Coalition (CTUC) OHV Trail Maps
Color recreational maps show Off-Highway Vehicle trails and roads and key recreational opportunities along them.
Inyo National Forest (North) and Bishop Area BLM Map
North map includes Southern Mono County and Northern Inyo County (Mono Lake to Bishop, east of White Mountains).
Inyo National Forest (South) and Bishop Area BLM, and Death Valley National Park Map
South map includes Southern Inyo County and Western Death Valley (Bishop to Olancha, east of Steele Pass in Death Valley).
These maps were produced by CTUC in partnership with the Forest Service through funding from the California State Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division.