The Sawtooth National Forest is located in the center of Idaho.
Where is this Forest?


Maps & Publications

Maps & Brochures

 The Forest offers two recreation maps, one for the north end of the Forest which covers the Ketchum and Fairfield Ranger Districts and the Sawtooth National Recreation Area,  and one for the south end which covers the Minidoka Ranger Districts.

Maps and brochures are available free or by purchase at local Forest offices or online, to assist visitors with planning for their trips or to provide directions to the many accessible areas on the Forest.  


2016 Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) now available

Motor Vehicle Use Maps are the official map for designating all roads, trails and areas available for public motorized travel on National Forest lands. These free maps are available at Sawtooth National Forest offices, as well as the Boise National Forest and Mountain Home Ranger District offices.

Cover of the winter visitor mapWinter Visitor Map



Wilderness Maps


Sawtooth NRA Map with Wilderness Boundaries

Sawtooth Wilderness Map

White Clouds Wilderness Map

Hemingway-Boulders Wilderness Map


Minidoka Ranger District - Cassia Division OHV Trail Guide


This is a guide to locating desginated TRAILS.  For official regulations, please obtain a free copy of the Cassia Division Motor Vehicle Use Map which is available at the Minidoka District office.



Sawtooth National Forest Maps Go Mobile


PDF Maps is a mobile map application that enables you to download maps to your device for offline use.

Interactive Travel Map

The interactive travel map shows the National Forest System roads,  trails, and areas on National Forest System lands that are designated for motor vehicle use. The map is searchable by vehicle class, time of year, route number, and travel mode. You can zoom into an area on a national forest or grassland, see the roads and trails in that area, and find out which ones are open to motor vehicles, and when.  Land ownership is shown by color. You can also print a map of the area you wish to visit.

The interactive travel map is a work in progress. We are starting with a relatively small number of national forests and grasslands participating, but we hope the number will grow quickly. Participating areas show up in dark green.