In Sequioa and Kings Canyon National Parks you can walk among the
world’s largest trees, hike the alpine landscape of the Sierra Crest,
and marvel at the towering granite cliffs of one of the deepest canyons
in the United States. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks provides unmatched detail of
these parks, meeting the needs of amateur and experienced outdoor
enthusiasts alike. Created in partnership with local land management
agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest
including Sequoia Grove; Giant Sequoia National Monument; John Muir,
Golden Trout, Jennie Lakes and Monarch Wilderness Areas; John Muir
Trail; Pacific Crest Trail; and Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the
contiguous United States.
With miles of mapped trails in some of
the most breathtaking scenery in the entire country, this map can guide
you off the beaten path and back again. In addition to detailed and
easy-to-read trails, this map includes an accurate road network,
campgrounds, scenic overlooks and points of interests, visitor centers
and facilities, plus park regulations, backcountry use areas, and
contact information for local agencies. The map base includes contour
lines and elevations for summits, passes and major lakes.
Trails Illustrated map is printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof,
tear-resistant paper. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with
features found on this map include: Cirque Peak, Golden Trout
Wilderness, Inyo National Forest, Jennie Lakes Wilderness, John Muir
Wilderness, Kings Canyon National Park, Middle Palisade, Monarch
Wilderness, Mount Agassiz, Mount Darwin, Mount Goddard, Mount Kaweah,
Mount Langley, Mount Muir, Mount Pinchot, Mount Powell, Mount Russell,
Mount Sill, Mount Tyndall, Mount Whitney, Mount Williamson, North
Palisade, Sequoia National Forest, Sequoia National Park, Sierra
National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Split Mountain, Triple Divide Peak.
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