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Contributors to this thread:
recurve43 12-Jul-21
Jaquomo 12-Jul-21
Glunt@work 12-Jul-21
recurve43 12-Jul-21
Glunt@work 12-Jul-21
Jaquomo 12-Jul-21
sasquatch 13-Jul-21
Jaquomo 13-Jul-21
Treeline 13-Jul-21
Cheesehead Mike 13-Jul-21
sasquatch 13-Jul-21
JL 13-Jul-21
Jaquomo 13-Jul-21
From: recurve43
12-Jul-21
Curious if anyone has ever found a exaustive road or trail access publication on white river area BLM properties in colorado. I have onx and searched cpw sources but was looking for something more official. Tried calling the BLM office but no staff to answer the call. Looking at moffat and rio blanco counties. Thanks in advance, Dave

From: Jaquomo
12-Jul-21
Get the BLM map for that area. It will give you everything you need to know.

From: Glunt@work
12-Jul-21

Glunt@work's Link
Jaq X2. Its the best source for accurate info. You can try the link I posted for an online spot but I haven't played with it much. The physical maps are good.

From: recurve43
12-Jul-21
Glunt thnx for your time, I have that up now but the background is white and the roads are white also , i dont know how to change it. Thnx a bunch

From: Glunt@work
12-Jul-21
Upper left there is an icon with 4 squares. It allows you you choose different base maps. Some have better road contrast.

From: Jaquomo
12-Jul-21
Order the paper map. It even shows springs and waterholes.

From: sasquatch
13-Jul-21
Where can we order one from? I only see the pdf version and it say I can purchase at BLM office.

From: Jaquomo
13-Jul-21
Maybe they discontinued the paper maps in the past couple years?

From: Treeline
13-Jul-21
Might be able to get them printed at the BLM office. Not sure if they are actually open to the public any more. The paper maps are far more useful than any GPS app for me.

13-Jul-21

Cheesehead Mike's Link
Try my link, you can buy paper maps there.

From: sasquatch
13-Jul-21
Cheeseheads link is legit. Thanks

From: JL
13-Jul-21
^....one thing about those maps is to confirm if they are up to date maps you're buying. The bro says they might get updated every 5 years or so.

From: Jaquomo
13-Jul-21
Good point. After a big BLM land swap on a ranch where I guided, hunters were still accessing the "public land" as shown on current maps, for years.

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