Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM's)
All OHV riding must occur only on Forest Service designated routes where the class of vehicle and the season of use are permitted. This requirement protects forest resources and prevents the development of non-system illegal routes. An annual Wyoming ORV decal/permit is required to be visible on all Off-Road Vehicles (display the permit on the right front fender). Only riders possessing a valid state driver license are permitted on Forest Service roads. Underage riders without a state driver license are permitted to ride on the motorized trail system only if their vehicle has an annual state ORV decal/permit that is visible on the vehicle.
2014 Motor Vehicle Use Maps are currently available at Forest offices for each of the six Bridger-Teton National Forest Districts. Areas Covered on each map are as follows:
For more information about MVUM's click here
The Bridger-Teton National Forest offers several types of trail maps, many specific to recreational activities such as cross-country skiing, backpacking and snowmobiling.
Highly detailed maps, including quadrangle maps, can be purchased through the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) or its retail partners. Visit their website or call 1-888-ASK-USGS.
View maps using the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download
To order a map of the Bridger-Teton National Forest follow the directions below:
1. Print out this map order form and fill it out.
2. Mail the completed form and a check or money order (we cannot accept credit cards) for the order amount to:
Bridger-Teton National Forest Supervisor's Office
P.O. Box 1888
Jackson, WY 83001
For questions or more information on purchasing a Forest map please call 1-307-739-5500.
Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Map
Will download to your phone as a PDF by scanning
Yellowstone National Park
Area Travel Map
Area Travel Map
The Forest Service has a wide variety of publications available to the public. However, content, availability, and assortment vary greatly by Forest. It is best to contact the ranger district or area of interest to determine what will be most appropriate for your needs.
Books, publications, maps, gifts and more are sold by the Grand Teton Association (GTA).
Proceeds from these sales benefit local National Forests and Parks. Check with the GTA for current prices.