The Bay Area is one of most populated areas of the Golden State, although it does offer some of the best “city hiking” anywhere around. Located next to the coast, this area has beaches, cliffs, waterfalls, redwood groves and numerous local mountains.
Several brands of hiking maps exist for the San Francisco Bay Area. National Geographic, Tom Harrison, Wilderness Press.
Wilderness Press Maps:
Pt Reyes National Seashore Map
Central San Francisco Peninsula Trails
San Francisco Peninsula Parklands
see also –
SF Area Maps
Dick Smith Map USDA
Coastal Foothills – Santa Barbara Mountains
Ojai Hiking, Hwy 33
Dick Smith Wilderness ( Part of Los Padres National Forest ) Includes areas around – Ojai, Ventura, Santa Maria, Lompoc, California
Perfect for a day hike reference or extended backpacking adventures. Scale 1″ to mile; Printed on paper in 1990. This map found at USFS Ranger Stations.
Matilija and Dick Smith Wilderness Map
by Bryan Conant
Kearsarge Pass, Rae Lakes Loop
High Sierra, Eastern Sierra
Kearsarge Pass Map
Rae Lakes Loop Hike
Tom Harrison Maps
Kearsarge Pass Trail Map, Rae Lakes Loop, Onion Valley Hikes, Hiking John Muir Backpacking Maps Rae Lakes Loop. Onion Valley Campground; Eastern Sierra Trails, Kings Canyon High Country; Eastern Sierra, High Sierra Maps; Areas include: Rae Lakes Loop, Paradise Valley, Vidette Meadow, Charlotte Lake, Onion Valley, Bubbs Creek.
Durable, waterproof plastic map; Folded. Map Scale: 42K; ISBN# 9781877689840
see also –
Kings Canyon Highcountry Map
Sequoia Kings NP Map by NatGeo
Sequoia Kings NP Map by Tom Harrison
High Sierra Lakes Loop Hikes
RAE LAKES LOOP – OLDER MAP