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    Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    Trying to determine the boundaries for BLM, state trust and private property in the Florence Junction area. Seem to remember that Tucson Field Office had them on the main site at one point....can't seem to find it now.

    Just trying to avoid encroaching on any private property while out in the area wheeling......

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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    Here you go!
    http://gis.azland.gov/webapps/parcel...7&layers=3,1,0

    Hit the horizontal lines button in the upper right corner to see the map key.
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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    I think this is the interactive map I've used before. It has layers you can add and subtract.

    root:
    https://land.az.gov/
    Parcel viewer:
    http://gis.azland.gov/webapps/parcel/

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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    Thanks guys!

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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    Are u still wheelin that buggy?
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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    If you want maps that show the legal/open trails on BLM land you can call the state office and ask for Phyllis. Call her at 602-417-9300.

    You can tell her the area you're interested in and she'll print out a 1:24,000 scale map and mail it to you for 10.00.
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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    Moved thread to correct section of the forum.
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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    Quote Originally Posted by bmlbytes View Post
    Here you go!
    http://gis.azland.gov/webapps/parcel...7&layers=3,1,0

    Hit the horizontal lines button in the upper right corner to see the map key.
    Huh. Interesting. Those maps squarely show that the Martinez Mine and Columbia / Silverbell Mines are private property, but that the cabins and indeed the remainder of the Martinez Canyon area is BLM and there are no active mining permits there. So, now to find out who owns the mines, because you can bet they have keys to the gate and would be MORE than happy to let us jeepers in to "clean up" the area!

    I don't actually even remember what the reasons were that were given to us by the BLM for the closure, although I seem to vaguely recall that there was a reactivated mining claim that part of the loop crossed a tiny sliver of. Sure doesn't look like it from this map. Certainly wasn't to keep people out since there is hiker / horseback access through the gate.

    Anyway, memories.

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    Re: Anyone Know Where To View BLM Maps Online?

    They won't close a trail due to a mining claim unless there is an active mining plan submitted. Which involves the moving of a lot of earth. Just because someone has the mineral rights, on public land, does not give them the right to stop recreation or grazing.

    Probably riparian or resource protection or some other horse ****.

    Edit: That may not be a claim on public property. It may be owned by the mine. So.....
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