Travel Management - Travel Aids

These travel aids display the same roads, motorized trails, motorized areas, and motorized dispersed camping/motorized big game retrieval corridors as the MVUM but they are in different formats to assist our Forest visitors with navigating around the Santa Fe National Forest or planning their trip to the Forest.

Mobile applications are those you can load on some smart phones, tablets or GPS units.
PC applications are those you can use to view the data and maps on your personal computer.

NOTE: Travel conditions can change due to weather or fire. Designated roads are subject to wet weather or winter road closures, or may be temporarily closed due to seasonal conditions, project related work, emergency activities, or firefighting operations. Roads designated on the MVUMs are available for motorized use as depicted except when posted as being unsuitable for use due to wet conditions or other administrative or public safety needs. Winter weather closures generally occur in higher elevations starting with the first substantial snowfall in December and can last until April.

Please check the Santa Fe National Forest Alerts page for the latest information.

Download Map/File Mobile/ PC Description Instructions/ Website Snapshot
Interactive Web Map PC View the roads and motorized trails (pan, zoom) on an interactive web map. Interactive Visitor Map (  Snapshot of Interactive map
GeoPDF  East (4MB PDF) Northwest (3MB PDF) Southwest (3MB PDF) Mobile Load the georeferenced PDF maps to an iPhone, iPad, or Android Phone and see your live location on the map. GeoPDF Instructions

For iPhone/iPad

For Android

(register with Avenza to be notified when map is updated)
Snapshot of Avenza maps
Google Earth
PC See the roads, motorized trails, corridors, and motorized areas in Google Earth with a satellite image background Google
Snapshot of the Google Earth map
GIS Shapefiles
(4MB WinZip)
PC Shapefiles are for use with GIS software. Includes roads, motorized trails, corridors, and motorized areas. ESRI ArcGIS Software

Freeware such as Google Earth Pro or QGIS
Snapshot of Shapefile

Key Contacts

  • For Schedule of Proposed Actions:

    Sandra Imler-Jacquez
    Environmental Coordinator
  • For the Southwest Jemez Mountains Landscape Restoration Project:

    Karl Buermeyer
    Implementation Lead