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Old 12-26-2013, 06:42 AM   #54
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Originally Posted by Righty65 View Post
Hey
I would like to purchase maps before I show up for spring brake.

Could you guys and gals recommend some specific maps and where to purchase them?

Righty
The Ochoco National Forest map covers this area well, with road numbers where the big Atlases offer only a small red line on the more minor forest roads. Since the Ochoco Forest has a large Northern section and a smaller Southern section, the overlap between covers this area well. Traditionally, though, many of the Ochoco Forest roads will be covered in snow still in March/April. However, there are still LOTS of non-forest roads of all types still ridable all around camp.

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