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Color-coded Public Lands

24k Topo

Roads & Trails

Hunting Areas

Possible Access Lands (PALs)

Map Coverage: Montana, Wyoming, Idaho

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HUNT Rockies North Map Features

  • Rockies North Region-specific (ID, MT, WY)
  • Color-coded land ownership data:
    • Bureau of Land Management
    • State Land
    • State Parks
    • State Wildlife Management Areas
    • County Land
    • National Park Service
    • US Forest Service/National Grasslands
    • US Fish & Wildlife
    • Indian Reservations
    • Department of Defense
    • Corps of Engineers
    • Bureau of Reclamation - BOR
    • National Park Service
    • Nature Conservancy
    • Timber Company Lands (Publicly accessible lands like Potlatch’s Idaho panhandle properties, Plum Creek, Stimson, and Western Pacific; and lands potentially open to permit access such as Potlatch’s central Idaho lands and the Inland Empire Paper Co.)
    • Local government
    • Much more!
  • Wilderness Area boundaries
  • Section lines and numbers
  • 24K Topographic features (20 ft contour intervals ~ 1:24K Equivalent)
  • Geographic names—cities, towns, summits, passes, valleys, gulches, canyons, flats, etc.
  • City parks, county open space
  • Roads—Highways, city and county roads, USFS roads, state lands roads, Nat’l Wildlife Refuge roads, roads on publicly accessible timberlands
  • Trails—USFS trails, OSM trails, National Park trails, Fish and Wildlife Service trails, local park trail, state park trails, the Idaho Trail, the Pacific Northwest Trail, and the Continental Divide Trail
  • National Forest Recreation Sites
  • Water—detailed data on rivers & streams, lakes, wetlands, rapids, springs & hot springs, waterfalls, dams
  • Campgrounds
  • Fishing Access Sites (boat ramps)
  • Airports—Updated with current FAA data
  • Microbrewery locations

Idaho Specific Map Features:

  • AccessYes Properties ("Walk-in Areas")
  • GMU Boundaries
  • Trails—Idaho Centennial Trail, Shafer Butte trails
  • BLM fencelines

Montana Specific Map Features:

  • Block Management Access Lands ("Walk-in Areas")
  • Open Fields Access Lands ("Walk-in Areas")
  • Hunting Districts—Deer, Elk, Lion and Antelope
  • Trails—BLM
  • Distillery locations

Wyoming Specific Map Features:

  • Walk-In Areas
  • Wildlife Habitat Management Areas
  • Hunt Areas—Deer, Elk, and Antelope
  • Trails—snowmobile trails
  • Rock-climbing locations (as cited by the WY Office of Tourism)

Take advantage of all the information right on your mapping device! A legend is unnecessary on all digital hunting maps since all the data is easily accessible right on the map.

PLAT Coverage

Version 15.0

Released on: Feb 09, 2015


  • Updated land ownership
  • Updated Idaho Access Yes (Walk-In) Properties
  • Updated Idaho Game Management Units
  • Updated Montana Block Management (Walk-In) Access Lands
  • Added Montana’s Open Fields Access Lands
  • Updated Montana Deer, Elk, Lion, and Antelope Hunt Districts
  • Updated Wyoming Deer, Elk, and Antelope Hunt Areas
  • Added Wyoming Walk-In Access Lands
  • Created a unique color code for State Parks, State Forests, State Fish & Wildlife, State universities, local parks, Corps of Engineers, Dams
  • Edited color code for Bureau of Reclamation
  • Edited color code for Walk-In Access Lands (including Access Yes Program and Block Management) to make these features more visible
  • Edited color code for the timberlands to make these access areas more visible
  • Combined many roads and trails data sets to create the most comprehensive and detailed backroads dataset ever created for Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming! Improved transportation network to reduce overlap in USFS roads and trails, symbolize different road types, and improve our trails network to include many new areas
  • Changed symbology of closed roads and two-tracks to make these features more visible
  • Many improvements to geographic names include showing more city and town names at scale ranges appropriate to their size, as well as more intuitive depictions of landscape features
  • New point of interest icons for campgrounds, trailheads, picnic areas, cabins, springs, fishing accesses, and many more!
  • Improved and updated water features. Added names to most rivers, large creeks and other waterbodies. Corrected Lake Coeur d'Alene naming error
  • Improvements to water features to make them more visible and show them at appropriate scale ranges
  • Added and refined lake bathymetry data. Perfect for recreation reference, but do not use for nearshore navigation.
  • Updated 24k topo
  • Added custom waypoint symbols for hunting

Version 13.1

Released on: Jun 05, 2013


  • Updated Wyoming Deer, Elk, & Antelope Hunt Areas to 2013

Version 13.0

Released on: May 13, 2013


  • New Map!
System Requirements

View our GPS Compatibility page for more information on system requirements and GPS Unit compatibility with HUNT by onXmaps products.


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TEAM HUNT Customer Testimonials:


We concentrate our efforts to providing the most current and accurate property boundaries and ownership available. These Northern Rockies Regional hunting GPS maps are for Reference Purposes only. Always obey property postings and use common sense to visually verify boundaries. Data is taken from the most current state and national government agency's land survey data. Because of the data compilation methods used by state agencies and Montana Mapping & GPS, LLC, the data is subject to error. No representation is made or warranty given as to its content or usability. User assumes all risk of use. These data do not constitute a legal survey; when seeking the definitive description of real property, consult the deed recorded at the local county courthouse or official land records in the respective federal or state agencies.

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Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Must have for public land hunters
I've used this chip for that last 2 seasons in MT and WY to upland hunt and Antelope hunt. The amount of public land in these states is incredible but you have to be careful about not trespassing onto the private land. Each year I've had a chance to talk to land owners and ranch hands and those conversations always go well once I mention that we are using the GPS maps to stay off their land. One land owner even told us about a herd of antelope that he knew of that was using a small piece of public land not far from his ranch. Guided hunting is big business in the western states and the land owners are very concerned about maintaining the integrity of their land. I will never attempt to hunt anywhere without this tool.
Review by Randy from Kansas City / (Posted on 11/9/2015)