National Geographic 1705 – Trails Illustrated Map: Yellowstone National Park Day Hikes – 2020 Edition State Guides. This Trails Illustrated topographic map is the most comprehensive recreational map for the Tower/Canyon area of northeast Yellowstone National Park. This map includes: Canyon Village; Tower-Roosevelt Washburn BMA; Antelope BMA; Mirror Plateau BMA; Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness; Gallatin National Forest. Includes UTM grids for use with your GPS.
National Geographic 1705 – Trails Illustrated Map: Yellowstone National Park Day Hikes – 2020 Edition State Guides
National Geographic 1706 – Trails Illustrated Map: Grand Teton National Park Day Hikes – 2022 Edition State Guides. Yellowstone is the wild heart of America! Established in 1872, it’s our first National Park and the birthplace of the National Park idea. Its 2.2 million acres contain the world’s largest, most varied collection of hydrothermal features and provide sanctuary for many rare and exquisite animals. However, for me the true splendor of Yellowstone lies in its diversity. In addition to magnificent geysers and plentiful wildlife, this vast wilderness is blessed with countless sparkling clear alpine lakes and over 100 major waterfalls. Add to this, rugged mountain peaks, awesome canyons, spectacular wildflowers, fascinating forest fire areas and a rich historyYellowstone truly has something for everyone! This Yellowstone National Park Day Hikes Topographic Map Guide contains detailed maps for 18 of Yellowstone’s finest day hikes, scattered across 6 regions of the park. It includes well-known hikes, together with a few off-the-beaten-path trails, selected to give you a wonderful sampling of all the park has to offer. Together, they cover more than 100 miles of adventures. One-third of the selected hikes are less than 5 miles long, two-third are less than 8 miles, and only one hike is longer than 10 miles. Each of the 18 maps include directions to the trailhead, the total distance to complete the hike, and an estimate of the degree of difficulty. Also provided are elevations of key points on the trail, an elevation profile for the hike, and a calculation of the total elevation gained over the hike’s course. Trail descriptions found on the next page will help you find the hikes that best suit your interests and conditioning. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographics Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on Backcountry Tough waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation.
National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map: Kenai National Wildlife Refuge: Chugach National Forest State Maps. Alaska truly is the Last Frontier. No other publication can display this rugged scenery and recreation potential with more precision than Benchmarks Alaska Road & Recreation Atlas. The Landscape Maps reveal landforms with amazing realism and detail, clearly showing how the states vast network of roads, waterways, and recreation landmarks fit into the landscape. A complete Recreation Guide lists a myriad of outdoor activities. Arranged by category and boasting unequalled insight and detail, it is the ideal planning tool from a simple scouting trip to an extended exploration.
National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map: Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve State Maps. Coverage includes Chugach National Forest, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and Wilderness, Soldotna and Sterling; Skilak, Tustumena and Kenai lakes, Turnagain Arm. Detail maps of the Swanson River and Swan Lake canoe routes. Resurrection, Johnson and Moose passes, and Seward Highway Scenic Byway. Includes rated mountain bike trails.
National Geographic 3117 – Adventure Travel Map: Alaska State Maps. This Trails Illustrated map for Glacier Bay National Park, Glacier Bay National Preserve, and surrounding area and surrounding area in Alaska’s panhandle is perfect for hiking, camping, boating, paddling, and wildlife viewing in this scenic, rugged frontier.This two-sided map includes Glacier Bay National Park, Glacier Bay National Preserve, Glacier Bay Wilderness, portions of Tongass National Forest, Chicagof Island, Endicott River Wilderness, Haines State Forest and Resource Management Area, Chilkat State Park, Chilkat Islands, Sullivan Island State Marine Park, Pleasant Island, Lemesurier Island, Inian Islands, and Tatshenshini Alsek Park. Waterways include the Gulf of Alaska, Glacier Bay, Cross Sound, Icy Strait, Lynn Canal, Geikie Inlet, Muir Inlet, Tarr Inlet, Jophns Hopkins Inlet, Tituya Bay, Taylor Bay, North Passage, Berners Bay, Chilkoot Inlet, Chilkat Inlet, Wachusett Inlet, Queen Inlet, Rendu Inlet, Tidal Bay, Scidmore Bay, and more. Water depths for Glacier Bay and its inlets are also shown. The map has detailed insets of Gustavus, Tarr Inlet and Johns Hopkins Inlet, and Lamplugh Glacier. Natural features include the Fairweather Range, Brady Glacier, St. Elias Mountains, Takhins Mountains, Chilkat Range, Carroll Glacier, Riggs Glacioer, McBride Glacier, and more. Includes UTM tick marks for use with your GPS unit.
National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map: Prince William Sound West State Maps. Alaska is a land so vast that is boggles the imagination. It is so large that it could easily contain the next three largest states: Texas, California, and Montana and still have room left over. Despite its large size Alaska has very few inhabitants making it the state with the lowest population density. Alaska is known for its dramatic, diverse terrain of wide-open spaces, mountains and forests, with abundant wildlife and many small towns.A majority of Alaska, sixty percent, is owned and managed by the Federal Government. These lands are open to the public and offer a wide range of activities from sightseeing in Denali National Park to river-running and fishing on one of many wild rivers. Many vistors to Alaska choose to arrive via cruise ship through the famous Inside Passage. The Alaska Adventure Map shows all of these features and more from the temperate rain forest in the Pan Handle to the arctic tundra of the North Slope. This is a state of diverse and wide open spaces that are still truly wild.Alaska’s most famous hotspots, like Denali, Anchorage, the Inside Passage, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, and many others are clearly marked on the map. The boundaries of National Parks, National Forests, Natural Reserves and Wildlife Refuges are all clearly marked. With such a wealth of content, the map is an ideal complement to National Geographic’s Inside Passage Destination Map or any other guidebook to the area.Every Adventure Map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough capable of withstanding the rigors of international travel.