Current repeater guide for SW US?

I did the usual searches but I can't seem to find a decent, updated repeater guide. The last one I copied from seemed to have several non-operational systems. I'd like to pre-program or at least make a sheet for repeaters and nets for my next trip across Ca. to AZ, mainly for safety. Any suggestions?
 

Airmapper

High-Tech Redneck
https://www.repeaterbook.com

This is about as current as anything.
X2, unless you have local info from someone in the know, it's about the most consistently decent reference you will find for any given area.

I have the app on my phone, it's an offline database so you can look up repeaters without a connection. It will list them by distance based on your current location when you open the app, which is handy.
 

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colodak

Adventurer
I downloaded an app on my phone for Repeater book. Checked with my local Ham Radio Outlet store, they said a lot people use it, and it updates more frequently than the book
 

CaliMobber

Adventurer
I downloaded an app on my phone for Repeater book. Checked with my local Ham Radio Outlet store, they said a lot people use it, and it updates more frequently than the book
X2 free app on Android or Apple. You can still use it without cell service which is nice. It only needs internet for updating the list.
 

Frdmskr

Adventurer
RepeaterBook or just got research ARES/RACE and SKYWARN along the route. They always use popular relative wide coverage and monitored repeaters.


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