Hiking Maps

General Information
Glossary of Cartographic Terms (4)
Map Skills Booklet  (16)

April-May Day Hikes
Mount Garfield
Red Hill/Sutey Ranch (2)
Mee Canyon (overland route)
Bellyache Ridge
Big Dominguez Canyon
Lorax Trail
Forest Hollow*

Cortez Trip
Cortez Area

Canyons of the Ancients (brochure) (2)
Hawkins Preserve

Dolores Area Trails*
Sand Canyon-Rock Creek
Mesa Verde National Park*
     Morefield CG Area
     Chapin Mesa Area (some areas/features closed)*
     Wetherill Mesa Area
Hovenweep National Monument
String Bean Loop14*
Sunset Loop (2)*

Red Canyon/Loop*

Legal format (8.5″x14″) and other documents not included in paper map sets
Anasazi Heritage Center: Escalante/Dominguez Pueblos Guide (2)*
Sand Canyon/Rock Creek Visitor Guide (16)*
Hovenweep Visitor Guide14 (2)*
Hovenweep (Little Ruin Trail Guide)14 (2)*
Mesa Verde Visitor Activities14 (2)*
Wetherill Mesa Brochure (4)*
Wetherill Mesa (Long House/Step House) (8)*
Spruce Tree House Brochure (9)*

Balcony House Brochure (9)*
Cliff Palace Brochure (9)*
Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Tours (availability unknown) (2)*
Phil’s World (MTB Trails)14*

Pagosa Springs
East Fork San Juan River14*
Crater Lake14*
Decker-Trout-Highline-Hunter Lake14*

Kanab Area14*
Parunuweap Canyon14*
Mountain of the Sun/East Temple14*

Boating Brochures/Maps
Dolores River Overview (4)*

Dolores River (Slickrock Canyon)*
Dolores River SRMA14*
Arkansas River Headwaters Brochure (5)*
Arkansas River Map (6)*
Browns Canyon (Arkansas River)*
Gunnison River (Delta-Whitewater)(5)*
Green River Brochure (Flaming Gorge-Browns Park)(4)*

Green River Recreation (Flaming Gorge-Browns Park)*
Dinosaur Boating Brochure (13)*
Dinosaur Commercial River Trips (2)*
Dinosaur Boating Permits14 (2)*

Maps marked with an asterisk (*) either are new or have been modified since paper map sets were published. Numbers in parentheses (#) indicate the number of pages of multi-page documents (e.g., Sand Canyon/Rock Creek Visitor Guide (16)). Maps/brochures in red are for areas/features that may be closed due to COVID or other restrictions. Consult the Mesa Verde Visitor Center for up-to-date information as to their status.

Most maps and other documents are in “letter” format (8.5″ x 11″).  Non-standard formats (i.e., “legal” size 8.5″ x 14″) are so indicated with the numeral “14” appended to the filename (e.g., Dolores River SRMA14).  Due to their exceptional size, these documents are not part of your paper map sets, but are included on CD map sets and on this website. If you choose to print them, and your printer is capable of printing this format (most are), we recommend that you print them on legal-size stationery.  Otherwise, you will lose resolution.

All of the above maps are Adobe Acrobat (pdf) files. Click on them to launch Acrobat Reader.  If you do not have Reader, you can get the free download HERE.