Arizona Hunt Unit 8; ADVENTURE iDIAZ
- 36" x 24" - Unfolded
- 4.50" x 10.25" - Folded
Arizona Hunt Unit 08 Map
- 1:100,000 Scale - Detailed Topographic Map
- Multi-Sourced Road Names - Adventure Trails, 4 x 4 and Light Duty Roads
- Water Resistant - Tear Resistant, Durable Polypropylene
- Exceptional Design - Beautiful, High Quality Color & Detail
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- Extensive Water Source Icons - Clearly Marked Water Tanks & Spring Symbols
- 36" x 24" - Unfolded / 4.50" x 10.25" - Folded
ARIZONA HUNT UNIT 8 MAP
Hunt Unit 8 offers a variety of habitats. From the North, the high mountain ponderosa pine forest, to the East, the majestic Sycamore Canyon, to the West, the rolling hills of the pinyon juniper belts, and towards the South, the high grasslands meeting the Verde River.
This highly prized unit lies within both the Kaibab South and Prescott National Forests with small pockets of private land, and State land mainly along the southern areas.
Unit 8 offers trophy big game hunting for elk, mule deer, whitetail, pronghorn antelope and javelina, as well as good hunting for black bear, mountain lion, and turkey. Furthermore, this unit provides great opportunities for small game such as bobcat, coyote, fox, cottontail rabbit, squirrel and more.
Because of its numerous lakes in the high country and the Verde River system, it provides opportunities for waterfowl and fishing. Waterfowl species include Canadian geese, mallards, mergansers, blue winged teal, northern pin-tail, and more. Gamefish species in the high-country lakes includes rainbow, brown, and brook trout, bass, crappie and catfish too.
The lower elevation waters offer bass, crappie, sunfish, and catfish.
Scenic hiking can be found in multiple locations throughout Unit 8. To the East, there are numerous trails along the Sycamore Wilderness area that meander through some of the most scenic canyoneering in Arizona. Also, to the North, the Bill Williams Mountain region offes high elevation hiking, including the historical Overland Road Trail built in 1863 by the military serving the military, immigrants, and freighters between 1863 and 1882.
Additionally, during the winter season, Bill Williams Mountain provides some downhill ski runs at Elk Ridge along with cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and snowmobiling.
Due to primitive roads combined with weather conditions, access demands 4x4 off-road vehicles in order to safely venture throughout the unit.
There are numerous reasons why some road restrictions exist within National Forests. Please be mindful and respect the protection given to the land and resources by these closures and restrictions.Public lands are subject to leasing and other changes. It is advised to obtain local and forestry information from a Forest Service office or other public land agency. Contact the appropriate land management agency for the most current information.
The publisher has exerted its best efforts to portray, render and compile current information. However, due to recent natural and other degradation, closures, or new additions of roads and trails, or land ownership changes, absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed. The user must supply the experience, common sense, knowledge and physical conditioning necessary for safe outdoor travel.
This map product is revised on a regular basis, and subject to change. We welcome your input if you discover conditions different than shown on this map. Please send us an electronic copy of the area in question with your suggested note to: info@ADVENTUREiDIAZ.COM
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