Many maps and publications are available to provide visitors with information about the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland. Visitor information maps are comprehensive plastic coated maps or digital, geo-referenced Avenza maps that show roads and highways, cities, bodies of water, recreational sites, campgrounds, trails, private and public land designations, and more for Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests & Thunder Basin National Grassland. These maps are $14 for print and $5 for digital editions. Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUMs) show motorized roads, trails, and seasonal closures and are available for free as downloads and at ranger district offices.
*Some map products may contain geographic feature names declared derogatory through U.S. Department of the Interior Secretarial Orders 3404 & 3405. Upon the next printing of this publication the USDA Forest Service will use official replacement names. For a list of declared derogatory names and official replacement names, visit: www.usgs.gov/us-board-on-geographic-names.
Learn about these and other map products using the links below.
Download forest visitor maps to your mobile device via the Avenza app.
Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUMs) show national forest system roads & trails open to motorized travel.
Search for forest, grassland, district, wilderness and specialty maps on the USGS Store.
View the National Interactive Visitor Map to locate recreation sites on Forest Service lands.
Downloadable maps overlay that Forest Service assets on USGS quadrangles.
Digital data is available on our Geospatial Data web page.
Other Maps & Publications
Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Hiking Trails Quicksheets/Maps: Downloadable trail descriptions and vicinity maps for the Hans Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District.
US Geological Survey: offers a variety of maps, including geologic maps, topographic maps, geospatial map applications, and more.
Trails Illustrated: These maps are based on USGS information, modified and regularly revised by National Geographic Maps in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service and local agencies.