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Spring Break on Southern Utah Public Lands

On southern Utah's public lands, you can get your fill of blue sky, gorgeous red rock and glorious solitude practically any day of the year. But in the springtime, you have the added pleasure of seeing delicate wildflowers blooming, picking primo campsites, and solitary hikes on trails that will teem with visitors come summer. The weather is fairly temperate—daytime highs can reach the upper 60s and low 70s—but it's still close to freezing at night.

Visitors to Moab, in southeastern Utah, flock to Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, as well as the surrounding lands under the management of the BLM or the Manti-La Sal National Forest.

In southwestern Utah, visitors have long enjoyed the breathtaking vistas and enchanting formations of Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Thanks to recent protections, visitors also enjoy the complex of lands included in the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, including the Red Mountain Wilderness.

Best maps for the region around Moab, UT

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Best maps for the region around Panguitch, UT

Arches National Park near Moab, UT

Red Mountain Wilderness in the Red Cliffs NCA, near St. George, UT

Spring Vacation in New Mexico: Study in Contrasts

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22 Jan 2014
New Edition of Arizona Road & Recreation Atlas

The perfect companion for your Arizona adventures is the new edition of the ever-popular Arizona Road & Recreation Atlas from Benchmark Maps. It is a complete recreation guide showing campgrounds, natural areas, forests, parks, golf courses and much more. Detailed recreation maps for Phoenix, Tucson and the Grand Canyon. Highways, roads, cities, towns and even ghost towns! Landscape maps show the varied topography of the Grand Canyon State while public lands maps show lands managed by the different public lands agencies. 106 pages, 2014, $22.95,

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14 Nov 2013

New Mexico Trip Planner

6 Nov 2013

White River National Forest Map

23 Aug 2013

Taos, Wheeler & Latir Peaks Map

26 Jul 2013

New Maps for Montana's Gallatin National Forest

29 Apr 2013

Maps for Montana's Lolo National Forest

19 Mar 2013

New Forest Maps for Arizona and New Mexico

1 Jan 2013

The Rio Grande

30 Jun 2011

Public Lands Gift Certificates


When Green Gets Cheap: Free Holiday Gifts

At PLIA, we love a good bargain, and we love to offer a good bargain to you during holiday shopping time. Every one of these gifts is absolutely free, although we do charge a small fee for shipping and handling.

If you're shopping for some environmentally conscious friends, they'll appreciate a beautiful, cloisonné pin with an enclosed bookmark that provides information about the endangered black footed ferret.

Adventurers appreciate an attractive wall map that shows the BLM's national conservation areas and offers additional information about these natural and historic treasures.

Friends or family living in California? Planning a visit? You can't go wrong by giving them the new guidebook from Oh, Ranger! Great California Roadtrips includes romantic getaways, cheap family vacations and easy weekends from San Diego to Sacramento.

Inexpensive gifts under $10!!

Endangered Black Footed Ferrer Pin

Great California Road Trips

Free National Landscape Conservation System Map

Free Endangered Species and Other Pins

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