New maps

New maps have been printed for the Gallatin National Forest. There are three and they cost $10 each.

The Gallatin National Forest is releasing a new series of maps that show updated trails, roads, ownership boundaries, gates, trailhead kiosks and developed facilities including campgrounds, fishing access sites, picnic areas and rental cabins.

The maps will sell for $10 each and can be purchased at ranger district offices and a few local vendors.

The Gallatin National Forest is covered by three maps — one each for the central districts, northern districts and southern districts. A separate map for just the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness is available for $9.

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Maps can also be purchased at Timber Trails in Livingston, the Emigrant General Store and Owenhouse Ace Hardware in Bozeman.

Winter recreation opportunities are not shown on the new maps; however, yearly Over Snow Motor Vehicle Use Maps can be picked up for free at local ranger districts. For additional information, visit Gallatin National Forest online at www.fs.usda.gov/gallatin.

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