National Geographic's Sierra Nevada Destination Map strikes the perfect
balance between map and guidebook and is an ideal resource for touring
the rugged landscape of this culturally and geographically unique region
of California and Nevada.
The front side of the print map
reveals a detailed map of the region stretching from the Oregon border
to California's Eldorado National Forest, bordered by the Sacramento
Valley to the west and Nevada's Great Basin to the east. Modoc,
Shasta-Trinity, Lassen, Plumas, and Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forests are
also included on the map. The map features a comprehensive road network
including scenic byways as well as areas of interest such as Indian
Reservations, National Parks and Monuments, and Recreation Areas.
Trails, historic sites, museums, cultural centers, scenic areas, state
parks and other points of interest are also included. In addition, the
map features beautiful photographs and information on the region's
culture, heritage and outdoor adventures.
The reverse side of the
map features a detailed map of the area stretching from California's
Eldorado National Forest to Sequoia National Forest. Other areas of
interest included on the map are Stanislaus, Humbolt-Toiyabe, Sequoia,
Sierra, and Inyo National Forests, Yosemite National Park and
Wilderness, John Muir Wilderness, Kings Canyon National Park, and
Sequoia National Park. In addition, the map includes a chart of the
region's National Parks and Monuments as well as travel tips,
photographs and information on the natural beauty of the region and its
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