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Cibola National Forest, New Mexico: Sandia Ranger District
Just east of Albuquerque are the most visited mountains in New Mexico. Millions of people journey into the Sandia Mountains each year. More than half these visitors ride the Sandia Peak Tram or drive the Sandia Crest National Scenic Byway to take in spectacular panoramic views of Central New Mexico and to enjoy many other recreational opportunities. The Four Seasons Visitor Center offers year round interpretive exhibits and seasonal programs at the upper Tram Building. The Scenic Byway has several newly remodeled picnic grounds with shelters and group areas for reservation.
The obverse side of the map features a standard National Forest Service map of the Sandia Ranger District, including the Sandia Game Refuge, Sandia Mountain Wilderness, and the Department of Defense Withdrawal of the Manzanita Mountains. Adjacent areas on the map include the Coronado State Monument, Sania Pueblo Grant, Elena Gallegos Grant, San Pedro Grant, San Antonio de Las Huertas Grant, Felipe Gutierres of Bernalillo Grant, Town of Alameda Grant, Town of Tejon Grant, Chilili Grant, Isleta Pueblo Grant, Isleta Indian Reservation, Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, and Alameda.
The reverse side of the map features a detailed topographic map of the Sandia Crest Area. Both sides of the map feature full color photographs and plenty of information, safety tips, rules, restrictions, and emergency contacts.
Paper, self-cover, two-sided folded map.
* Sandia Ranger District = 1:126,720
* Sandia Crest Area = 1:24,000
Sandia Crest Area Contour Interval = 40'
* Folded = 3.75" x 7.75"
* Unfolded = 30" x 23"
- Sandia Ranger District forest map @ 1:126,720 scale
- Sandia Crest Area topographic map @ 1:24,000 scale