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Nighthiker
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Map Prices

Post by Nighthiker » Jul 29 2005 8:39 pm

7.5 min. Topo maps at Wide World of Maps is $ 9.95.
At Arizona State Land Office in Phx. is $ 4.50 but limited selection.
At Long Valley, Payson Ranger District Office and Happy Jack Visitor Center prices are $ 6.00 The Forest Service also sells the forest maps several dollars cheaper than other vendors.
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Post by Sredfield » Jul 30 2005 2:57 pm

National Geographic Topo maps, $99 per state. These are the USGS maps scanned at very good resolution, shaded relief added. Several nice computer / GPS features also.

I thought the Land Office had them all.
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Post by mttgilbert » Jul 30 2005 11:57 pm

There is also a limited selection of 99 cent 7.5" quads at REI right now. The number of maps there is being reduced and the inventory is being cleared out.
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Sande J
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Post by Sande J » Aug 07 2005 7:18 pm

If you have a AAA membership card, they will give you 20% off your total purchase at Wide World of Maps...thats pretty good!
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Post by justind145 » Oct 02 2005 11:32 am

I'd highly recommend the National Geographic Topo! series. Yes, you can't download the maps directly to your gps but there are other ways to get that done. Plus you can print an 8.5x11 map that tailors to the area you'll be in. Lots of addins from the internet and the electronic keyword search feature on the maps is awesome.

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