Grand Mesa

Mesa Top Area

brochure Grand Mesa - Mesa Top Area
27 9 5 L ! < To M 260 A 758 G ! ¬ « 65 7 75 100 709 71 4 701 Z " G 109.1C 2 75 " G 70 7 yR rv e s e o 712 25 8.1 B ! Trailhead C ^ Visitor Center ! L ATV ! J Motorcycle ! G Mountain Bike ! " G 112 Indian Point 2C 11 2 112. 2A G ! 110 2B 113 Z 11 2. G ! 11 2. 715.1A L ! 719 11 0 110 G ! Private Lands Within Forest Boundary J ! 726 5 71 715 L ! 65 LEGEND J ! # L ! ¬ « You Are Here = Z 71 5 4 73 L ! b 72 5 Z 708 715 L ! ! L Grand Mesa National Forest 707.1 " G G ! 9 12 i rs 714 Flowing Park Reservoir " G Z 12 3 A .1 C ! 707 L ! 2 12 G ! 109.2A " G L ! L ! 781 Z Z .1A 125.1A 721 781 D G ! " G 707 Baron F 751 Lake ! 722 G ! 9.1 10 Z 706 Ward Lake Eggleston Lake 132 L ! 109 70 3 " G 115.1 B 5 11 an r G 4 1 7 ^ ! Trickel Park Reservoir A 7 2 7 B 6 70 121 F ! .1 734 L ! 109.2H 10 9.1 F ! F ! 9 71 Z 728 Hotel Twin Lake 1 12 9 71 " G 702 126 Butts Lake 123 " G G ! Carson Lake Forty Acre Lake F ! Crag Crest National Recreation Trail 2 75 101 Z Z " G 70 2 6 11 711 2 12 G ! Z Island Lake G ! 714.1A 100 702 C ! Scales Lake Trailhead 702 G ! G ! G ! " G 1A 71 4 G ! 757 757 . 11 5 108 104 G ! 759 C Mesa Top ! Big Creek Reservoir 73 4 25 0 25 4 50 6 F ! 758.1A 10 5 .1E 9 Cottonwood 0 5 Lake No 4 711.1A 2 50 Silver Lake 711 757 ! C G ! 503 F ! ! F Mesa Lake 121 12 9 533.1A G ! 7 25 Bull Creek Reservoirs G ! ! G ! 105 Z G ! 533 105 100 Cottonwood Lake No 1 Atkinson Reservoir 12 1 G ! G ! 758 103 506 257 Neversweat Reservoir 114 5 12 Water Dog Reservoir 501 ! 102 G ! Griffith Lake A 1 . 4 25 507 25 7 Bonham Reservoir 256 Long Slough Reservoir Cottonwood 25 9 Lake No 5 Lambe 512 8 25 505 G ! 105 L ! G ! Powderhorn Ski Area 507 65 259.1B 506.1A ¬ « Bull Creek Reservoir No 5 1A . 1 5 2 .1C 254 700 254.1 B 25 1 3 53 .1C 8 5 2 511 Attention 501 Big Meadows Reservoir L ! 258 25 4.1 L ! This product is reproduced from geospatial information prepared by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. GIS data and product accuracy may vary. They may be: developed from sources of differering accuracy, accurate only at certain scales, based on modeling or interpretation, incomplete while being created or revised, ect. Using GIS products for purposes other than those for which they were created, may yield inaccurate or misleading results. This information was released on August 2011. The Forest Service reserves the right to correct, update, modify, or replace, GIS products based on new inventories, new or revised information, and if necessary in conjunction with other federal, state or local public agencies or the public in general as required by policy or regulation. Previous recipients of the products may bot be notified unless required by policy or regulation. Fore more information, contact the Grand Valley Ranger District at (970) 242-8211. 9 25 esa 259 .1D Grand Mesa National Forest Mesa Top Area 259 . 0 0.25 0.5 1 1.5 Miles 2 Travel Hierarchy Travel designations are shown as and signed on the ground based on a travel hiearchy. Routes designated open to a specific use are also open to all use shown (with symbols) below that use. However, that route is not designated as opne to any of the use symbols shown above. Mountain Bike-Seasonal Designation (Recommend No Mountain Bike Travel After Labor Day) G F Hiker ! È Horse ! Improved Road Unimproved Road Trail, Designated use identified by symbols in accordance with the Travel Hiearchy diagram Trail; To Be Constructed For Example: A route shown as a designated ATV route is also open to Motorcycles, Mountain Bikes, Horses, and Hikers, but is not opne to any full-size vehicles (greater than 50" in width). Routes shown on this map have also been signed on the ground. Each trail sign includes the trail name, route number and allowable uses. Unless shown on this map and signed as open on the ground, all other routes should be considered closed.

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