Wawona Map

NatGeo Map #306
Yosemite SW – Wawona & Yosemite Valley

Yosemite Southwest Map

Wawona Map – CA Highway 41: NatGeo Trails Illustrated Yosemite SW, Wawona Map #306. Yosemite Valley, Half Dome, Vernal Fall, Glacier Point, Tamarack Flat, Mariposa Grove, Chilnualna Falls, White Wolf, Merced River, Bridalveil Fall, Chowchilla Mountains, El Capitan, Illilouette Falls, Lower Yosemite Fall, Nevada Fall, Ribbon Fall, Sierra National Forest, Silver Strand Falls, Stanislaus National Forest, Upper Yosemite Falls. Yosemite South Entrance @ California SR 41

1:40,000 scale; GPS Compatible, Full UTM Grid. 2 sided. Waterproof map. ISBN# 9781566953627

Yosemite National Park

 

Wawona Map

Wawona Map

Valley Oaks in Yosemite NP

Wawona Map

OLDER EDITION

nearby destinations –hikers map

see also –
All NatGeo Yosemite Maps

Bass Lake Topo Map

Bass Lake Topo Map

Zion National Park Map

Zion National Park Map

Waterfalls appear after a big sudden thunderstorm.

National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map #214
Zion Canyon, Virgin River, Zion NP

Zion National Park, UT – Zion Narrows, Kolob Canyons, La Verkin Creek Trail, Hop Valley Trail, Wildcat Canyon, West Rim Trail, Floor of the Valley Road, East Rim Trail, Telephone Canyon, and the Virgin River.

Waterproof Map Paper. Printed in 2019, ISBN 9781566952972

 

hikers map

Zion National Park Map

Zion Canyon is a mini Yosemite Valley, in red rock, in the high desert.

A terra cotta colored wonderland.

Zion National Park is one of the most visited of all the Utah National Parks Loop, due primarily to its proximity to Las Vegas, NV and Interstate 15.

Zion National Park Map

Zion Canyon, from hiking trail to Angel’s Landing

ZION NP OVERVIEW: To prevent traffic jams and preserve the wildness, the NPS offers a common parking lot (on Hwy 9 @ Springdale, UT) with tram/shuttle service to and from the valley. Plan to be away from your car most of the day when visiting the main canyon. Unless of course, you have reservations at the main lodge. Numerous hiking trails, the Virgin River, Zion Lodge and a restaurants.

Utah Highway 9 leads east through tunnels and more amazing rock scenery, with abundant pullouts for RVs and visitors. Nice uncrowded hikes can be found on the east side of the National Park at many of these random parking lots along the highway.

A small portion of Zion National Park parallels Interstate 15. This Kolob Area is far less crowded than the rest of the park, but no camping is allowed.

Abundant boondock camps can be found all over the Zion area, even along the freeway.

Awesome camps that we discovered in the late 1990’s are now well known and crowded, all year long.

Free river beach campsites W of Rockville, high country of the Smithsonian Butte trail, above Grafton ghost town. These areas are NO LONGER a secret, and are very crowded. BLM camping at Leeds exit is on a first come basis and limited, so you better arrive before dark for the best spots.

EXPERTS TIP – Buy a real map and learn to find campsites, that no one else knows about. Mark a GPS waypoints for future reference. Have the whole place to yourself for once!

Benchmark Atlas: Utah

Zion National Park Map

Hiking Zion National Park – Refrigerator Canyon. Refreshingly cool breezes pass through this canyon, so even hot summer days are okay. A great place to escape the mid-day heat.

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apps/maps:
download digital topos & maps

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more maps on Utah


Zion National Park Map

Atop Angel’s Landing, Zion National Park, Utah

see also –

Bryce Canyon National Park Map
Capital Reef National Park Map 
Utah Maps
Utah Books

Lassen Topo Atlas

Mount Lassen Atlas
Lassen National Forest Topo Map

Lupine Hikes to Lassen Peak

Atlas includes both the Lassen Volcanic National Park & the surrounding Lassen National Forest.

Lassen Peak, Lake Almanor, Buttes Meadows, Westwood, Susanville, Eagle Lake, Hat Creek, Burney Mountain, Lassen National Park

The LASSEN atlas, is a spiral bound book – a collection of all the quads. (7.5 minute topographical maps, of all of Lassen National Forest, plus the Lassen Volcanic National Park) This book map has detailed topo lines, mountain peaks, streams, lakes, hiking trails & back roads. Perfect for all kinds of recreational needs. USDA printed in 2012. ISBN# 9781593519216

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Lassen Road #17 in Autumn

Lassen National Forest
Lassen National Park

Lassen National Forest QUADS:hikers map
from south to north –

PDF maps

 

If you happen to have a printer handy, plus ink and plenty of paper, may we suggest another option. Printing your own.

Printable PDF Quad Maps
from the USDA web site @

https://www.fs.usda.gov/detailfull/lassen/maps-pubs/?cid=fsm9_034481

Lassen Lakes

Lassen Lakes – for camping, fishing, hiking and kayaking

see also –
Lassen National Forest Map USDA
Lassen Park Maps
Lassen Books
Lassen Camping
Lassen Lakes
Lassen Forest Roads

Lassen Forest Atlas

lassen_atlas

Old version of Lassen Forest Atlas

 

Lassen Books

Lassen Peak, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Mount Lassen

Lassen Books

Lassen Books

Lassen Books

Lassen Books

Lassen Books

The Lassen Volcanic National Park is visited by more than 350,000 people every year. Incorporating more than 150 miles of hiking trails, it is visited by people looking to hike or backpack during the summers. Popular winter activities include snowshoeing and backcountry skiing. As the second-tallest volcano in Northern California, trailing only Mount Shasta, Lassen Peak is frequently visited by climbers and hikers from around the world. The summit opens for use most years near the end of June, remaining in use until snow falls in October or November.

The mountain’s summit trail can be accessed from a parking lot on the northern side of the California State Route 89. The Lassen Peak Trail, which starts from this parking area, runs for 2 ½ miles with switchback turns, a round-trip hike 5 mi in length that ascends approximately 2,000 feet from the trailhead at 8,500 feet to the summit at 10,457 feet. From the northeast summit, Lassen’s 1915 mudflow and Prospect Peak are visible; the northwestern summit offers views of Lassen’s two bowl-shaped craters and Mount Shasta, 80 miles to the north. The southern entrance to the park area has a winter sports area where visitors can ski, snowshoe, and within the Lassen National Forest, visitors can also bicycle, go boating, or use snowmobiles.

see also –

Lassen National Forest Map 
Lassen Forest Atlas 
Lassen Park Map 
Ishi Wilderness Map