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Santa Rita Mountains (Hiking / Mountain Biking / Equestrian Trails, 2962S)
The Santa Rita Mountains are located south of the Tucson, Arizona metropolitan area in the Coronado National Forest. Green Trails Maps' Map 2962S covers the the entire mountain range, plus an inset of Madera Canyon / Mount Wrightson.
The two-sided map shows topographic contours at a 80' interval; interstate and highways, arterial streets, streets, gravel roads, hiker only trails, hiker and horseback trails, hiker horseback and mountain bike trails, four wheel drive ATV and motorcycle trails, unofficial or unmaintained trails, and planned trails; parking; toilets; portable toilets; points of interest; picnic areas; interpretive centers; interpretive trails; benches; towers; gates; viewpoints; lookouts; primary trailheads with parking; trailheads with limited or no parking; latitude / longitude and UTM grid scales; national park boundaries, national park wilderness area boundaries, national forest boundaries, national forest wilderness area boundaries, national forest research natural area boundaries, state count and city park boundaries, The Natural Conservancy boundaries, private land boundaries, and county boundaries; approximate milage between dots; approximate trail elevations; overhead powerlines, pipelines, springs, tanks and wells, falls, streams and rivers, and seasonal streams; and rocky desert vegetation, desert scrub vegetation, woodland vegetation, riparian vegetation, forest vegetation, and wash vegetation. A sidebar lists the primary trails for both the Nogales Ranger District of the Coronado National Forest and the Patagonia-Sonoita Preserve of The Nature Conservancy.
Waterproof paper, self-cover, two-sided folded map.
Projection = UTM Zone 12
Datum = NAD83
* Santa Rita Mountains = 1:62,000
* Madera Canyon / Mount Wrightson = 1:26,000
Contour Interval = 80'
* Folded = 6" x 8"
* Unfolded = 18" x 24"