Maps & Publications
The interactive Forest Map Finder link above is the quickest access to find and purchase the Forest Visitor Maps. The Forest Visitor Maps of each National Forest and Grassland provide forest-wide information on attractions, facilities, services, and opportunities. Some maps are readily available to purchase at your Forest District offices. Please contact the local forest directly to check on availability.
The links found in the Forest Map Finder will take you to the following sites: district offices selling the maps locally, US Geological Surveyfor online sales, Avenza Map Storefor electronic (GeoPDF) maps, and links to the free official Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) displaying roads, trails, and areas open to motor vehicle use in the National Forest.
This Intermountain Region map is available for downloading. It shows the different forest boundaries within the Region, as well as major highways, landmarks and the cities that a Forest Service Office can be located.
The most popular maps for visitors to the Ashley, Boise, Bridger-Teton, Caribou-Targhee, Dixie, Fishlake, Humboldt-Toiyabe, Manti-LaSal, Payette, Salmon-Challis, Sawtooth and Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forests in the Intermountain Region.
There are a lot of recreation sites, trails and roads available on the map. Information is being collected and updated to this map on a continual basis. Use this map to help plan your adventures.
The MVUM is a free, legal map displaying the roads, trails, and areas open to motor vehicle use in the national forest. Other travel aids or more detailed maps may be used in conjunction with the MVUM, it is the MVUM itself which is the reference document for where it is legal to drive a motor vehicle and is republished every year. Free hard copies of these maps are available upon request at the corresponding national forest office, or you may download the PDF version.
Wilderness maps are available to purchase from individual forests, the USGS store (link below) as well as the Wilderness Connect website sponsored by the University of Montana in sponsorship with the Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management and Fish & Wildlife.
Historic maps are snapshots of the nation's physical and cultural features at a particular time. Historical maps are often useful to scientists, historians, environmentalists, genealogists and others researching a particular geographic location or area. Select the desired state and scale from the drop-downs. The earliest maps are found at scales no longer used, such as 1:48000.
The Intermountain Region offers several types of trail maps, many specific to recreational activities such as cross-country skiing, backpacking and snowmobiling. However, availability varies by Forest. Please select your local Forest Service office or area of interest and contact them for additional information.
Forest Specific Maps, Links and Publications
Select the headings below for more information.
Alta Toquima, Arc Dome, Currant Mountain and Red Mountain, High Schells, Hoover, Jarbidge, Mount Moriah, Mount Rose, Quinn Canyon and Grant Range, Ruby Mountains and East Humboldt, Santa Rosa-Paradise Peak, Shellback/White Pine Range/Bald Mountain, and Table Mountain Wilderness Maps
We have provided a wide variety of publications available to download. However, content, availability, and assortment vary greatly by Forest. If you do not find what you are looking for, check the forest web site or contact your local forest or area of interest.