Let National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Redwood National
and State Parks guide you on your adventure among the tallest trees in
the world. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the
National Park Service, California States Parks, U.S. Forest Service and
others, the map has bountiful information and safety tips that are
essential when exploring the area. Some of the key points of interest
included are Six Rivers National Forest, Smith River National
Recreation Area, North Fork Smith River Botanical Area, Siskiyou
Wilderness, Humboldt Lagoons State Park and Yurok Indian Reservation.
map will guide you to trailheads and then along clearly marked trails
with mileage indicators between intersections, colored according to
their designated usage. There is a table of featured hikes, including
trail name, distance, difficulty and trail description. Additionally,
the map base includes contour lines and elevations for peaks and
summits. For those preferring an aquatic adventure, mileage markers are
also included along the Klamath Wild and Scenic River. The Redwood
Highway Scenic Byway is marked for those wishing to explore the area by
car. Many recreation activities are available in the area and marked on
the map, including motorized and non-motorized boat launches; river and
beach access points; swimming and windsurfing areas; campgrounds,
primitive campsites and cabins; and lookout towers and wildlife viewing
Every Trails Illustrated map is printed on "Backcountry
Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper. A full UTM grid is printed on
the map to aid with GPS navigation.
features found on this map include: Big Lagoon, Klamath National
Forest, Klamath River, Lake Earl, Maple Creek, Pelican Bay, Point Saint
George, Redwood, Rocky Point, Saint George Reef, Siskiyou Mountains,
Siskiyou National Forest, Siskiyou Wilderness, Six Rivers National
Forest, Smith River, Trinidad Head.
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