Craters Of The Moon National Monument and Preserve Maps

Area Map 82kb JPG file

Location map for the Monument and Preserve within the State of Idaho.

Campground Map 1mb PDF file

Map of campground showing facilities and reltive campsite sizes.

Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve JPG file

Area map showing highway numbers and management areas.

Detail Map 47kb PDF file

This PDF file contains additional descriptive text for Craters of the Moon National Monument's Driving Tour

Geologic Map of Broken Top Area 2mb PDF file

This map provides a detailed look at the youngest lava flow in Idaho. The Broken Top area is important geologically becaus it exhibits nearly every feature associated with basaltic volcanism.

Hunting map 231kb PDF file

Hunting is allowed within the BLM National Monument and the National Preserve. Hunting is prohibited within the NPS National Monument (area established prior to November 2000).

Key to the Geologic Map of Broken Top Area 579kb PDF file

Description and photographs of Broken Top Area map units arranged by age.

Quadrangle Map 394kb

Shows USGS 7.5'quadrangles for the entire Monument and Preserve

Regional Map 36kb GIF file

Shows highways in and around the Monument.

Satellite image 158kb JPG file

This is a satellite image of the lava field.

Winter Recreation Map 122kb PDF file

The loop road is a ski and snowshoe trail in the winter months (December-March).

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