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tonto ohv map terms and conditions


You must be the final judge of a trail's condition on the day you drive it.  All information provided in this map should be used as a guideline only.  Drivers must assess the capabilities of their vehicle and their own driving skills before venturing out on any trail. Trail conditions change for many reasons and can quickly become more challenging when wet, washed out by a rainstorm or blocked by natural events. Water levels in washes can rise very quickly during rainstorms.  Exercise extreme caution when crossing washes under rainy conditions.  Traveling off-road should be done in groups of at least 2 vehicles for safety.  

This map is not a publication of the United States Forest Service or the Tonto National Forest.  Trails shown on this map are an interpretation of US Forest Service data by Tonto Recreation Alliance, Inc. meant to provide helpful Information.  This map is not to be used to determine the official status of roads or trails.

This Travel Map and its underlying geospatial data are intended to depict physical features as they generally appear on the ground, and are not intended to be used to determine title, ownership, legal boundaries, legal jurisdiction, including jurisdiction over roads or trails, or access restrictions that may be in place on either public or private land.  Obtain permission before entering private lands, and check with appropriate government offices for restrictions that may apply to public lands.  Tonto Recreation Alliance, Inc. makes no warranty, expressed or implied, or assumes any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, reliability, completeness or utility of these geospatial data, or for the improper or incorrect use of those data.  The data are dynamic and may change over time.  The user is responsible for verifying the limitations of the geospatial data, and for using the data accordingly.

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