United States Department of Agriculture
1994 Kaibab National Forest: North Kaibab Ranger District [Archival Copy]
The Kaibab National Forest is part of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States. Bordering both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon, the 1.6 million acres of the Kaibab has the distinction of being divided by one of Nature's greatest attractions. Headquartered in Williams, Arizona, the South Kaibab covers 1,422 square miles and the North Kaibab stretches over 1,010 square miles. Elevations vary on the forest from 5,500 feet in the southwest corner to 10,418 feet at the summit of Kendrick Peak on the Williams Ranger District. All the way from north-central Arizona into Utah, you'll find enough breathtaking views, outstanding forest scenery, unusual geologic formations, and just plain fun to keep you satisfied for days!
Kaibab National Forest: North Kaibab Ranger District provides information on recreational uses, local plants and wildlife, surface management, trails, roads, streams, lakes, visitors centers, facilities available, campgrounds, and picnic areas. The map also displays color photographs of points of interest and activities. The map covers the ranger district of the Kaibab National Forest which is north of the Grand Canyon, and the scale is generally ? inch per mile (1:126,720).
- Two-sided, self-cover, waterproof paper map.
- Scale = 1:126,720
- Folded = 4" × 9"
- Unfolded = 44" × 32"