Agency Maps
USFS, BLM, and other broad-area paper maps covering the route's lands


A rewarding adventure often begins with the right maps!


Here's what to do:

Use the overview maps on this website to get a feel for the route.
Order the Topo Map Set for the detailed maps needed to successfully follow the GET.
In addition, consider carrying broad-area paper maps for the region(s) through which you'll be traveling, whether for travel off the suggested route, in the event of an emergency, or simply for a broader perspective.

The appropriate agency maps for each segment of the Grand Enchantment Trail are listed below. Click on the links in the last column at right to order these maps online.

Maps in this list produced by the USFS are generally planimetric and lack topo lines, except for Wilderness maps which are topographic (and printed on heavy-stock waterproof paper). BLM 1:100k series maps are topographic and show land ownership. Please note that none of these maps explicitly shows the GET.

Read more about maps for the GET

Map Title
Agency / Publisher
G.E.T. Segments
Recommended?
(yes or optional)
Comments
Ordering
 
Tonto National Forest
USFS
1,2,3
yes
trails, and FS road access to trailheads shown
Supestition Wilderness
USFS
1,2
optional
good trail detail, topographic, waterproof (heavy)
Mesa 1:100k
BLM
3,4
optional
useful if detouring around parts of Seg 3
Globe 1:100k
BLM
4
optional
limited coverage of route
Casa Grande 1:100k
BLM
4
optional
limited coverage of route
Mammoth 1:100k
BLM
4,5,6,7
optional
useful if following Aravaipa Canyon bypass
Brandenburg Mountain
USGS
7
optional
rec'd only if exploring Aravaipa's side canyons
Booger Canyon
USGS
7
optional
rec'd only if exploring Aravaipa's side canyons

Coronado National Forest:
Safford & Santa Catalina RD

USFS
8,9,10,11
yes
road & trail detail esp. useful if bypassing main route
Safford 1:100k
BLM
11,12,13
yes
use with Clifton 1:100K for Safford-Morenci Trail
Clifton 1:100k
BLM
13,14
yes
use with Safford 1:100K for Safford-Morenci Trail
Apache-Sitgreaves NF
USFS
14,15,16,17
yes
shows Clifton area & US 191 in relation to GET
Gila National Forest
USFS
18 thru 27
yes
esp. useful for bypassing snowbound regions
Gila Wilderness
USFS
20,21,22
optional
waterproof, topographic, useful if trying alternate routes in/around Mogollon Mountains
Cibola NF: Magdalena RD
USFS
27 thru 31
yes
shows Winston & Monticello in relation to GET
San Mateo Mountains 1:100k
BLM
27 thru 31
optional
less coverage than above map but topographic
Apache Kid / Withington Wildernesses
USFS
28,29
optional
waterproof, topographic, useful if planning extended hikes off main GET route
Magdalena 1:100k
BLM
31,32
yes
shows patchwork of public/private lands in this area
Socorro 1:100k
BLM
32,33,34
yes
shows land ownership, Sevilleta NWR boundary
Cibola NF: Mountainair RD
USFS
34,35,36
yes
good road detail S and E of Manzano Wilderness
Manzano Mountain Wilderness
USFS
35
optional
waterproof, topographic
Manzanita Mtns Trail System
USFS
36,37
yes
Free PDF map produced by the Cibola National Forest. Shows dense network of multi-use trails between David Canyon and Tijeras area.
Cibola NF: Sandia RD
USFS
37,38,39
yes
useful road detail; shows ABQ area; no trail data for Cedro Peak area (see above map)
 
 

 

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