Looking for maps (Bears Ears)

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  1. Winterhorse

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    I usually use National Geo trail maps but a search of their site doesn’t show Bears Ears National Monument specifically. I sorta want to see that before mining begins there.
    Can someone stear me in the right direction to get a set of maps? Paper is what I need.
     
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    Telephone or write to these people
    UTAH OFFICE OF TOURISM
    Council Hall, Capitol Hill, 300 N. State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84114
    1-800-200-1160

    It's not on the website, but they have maps of everything

    There are lots of interesting things down there, but I suspect you'll be disappointed by the bear's ears per se; the interest is in a view from a distance.
    Natural Bridges IS a monument; most of the surrounding area, except around what passes for water courses, is some sort of public land; south of the San Juan is mostly the Navajo Reservation
     
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