National Park Trail Maps

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Acadia National Park is designed to meet the needs of all visitors who wish to explore the islands and bodies of water of this national park. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the National Park Service and others, this map features over 120 miles of trails, ferry routes and key points interest. The print version of the map also includes insets of Mount Desert Island, Schoodic Peninsula and Isle Au Haut. The print and online maps both include trail charts for each of these 3 areas with area descriptions, distances, difficulty ratings and trail features to help you choose the trail most suitable for your activity level and areas of interest.

In addition to the unparalleled trail information, the map also covers the historic carriage road system that covers large parts of Mount Desert Island. The map base includes contour lines and elevations of the mountain and contours of all the rivers, lakes, sounds, ponds and other bodies of water that are within and surround the park. The map also display many recreational features and other points of interest, including: visitor centers, campgrounds, trailheads, boat ramps, interpretive trails, swimming areas, museums, lighthouses and ferry launch points.

Arcadia National Park Illustrated Trail Map

People have been drawn to the rugged coast of Maine throughout history. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery. 

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Rocky coastline of Mount Desert Island on a partially cloudy summer day.

With over 2,000 natural stone arches and hundreds of other extraordinary geological formations, Arches National Park is a red rock wonderland. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of the park combines unmatched detail with helpful information to offer an invaluable tool for making the most of your visit to this iconic region. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Devils Garden, the Windows Section, Sand Flats Recreation Area, the Sovereign area, and Wolfe Ranch. The print version of the map includes fascinating information about the park’s geology, archeology, history, and culture, as well as contact information and regulations.

The trails are clearly marked and mileage between intersections is provided. River mileage on the Colorado River is noted as well, for those exploring by boat. Trail and road summaries provide the location, starting point, duration, and difficulty for a variety of suggested routes. Mountain bike trails are color-coded based on degree of difficulty, and motorcycle and ATV trail use is clearly noted. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits. Some of the many recreation features include interpretive trails, campgrounds, river access, picnic areas, and points of interest.

Arches National Park Trail Map

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Visit Arches and discover a landscape of contrasting colors, landforms and textures unlike any other in the world. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks. This red rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations, refresh you with its trails, and inspire you with its sunsets. 

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A large arch painted red by the sunset

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Badlands National Park is a comprehensive guide for outdoor enthusiasts looking to enjoy the countless outdoor adventures the park offers. Expertly researched and created in cooperation with the National Park Service, and others, the map covers the park including the Palmer Creek Area, Badlands Wilderness Area, Buffalo Gap National Grassland, and Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. An inset map of the Cedar Pass area provides additional detail of this most visited section of the park along with its seven hiking trails. Trail descriptions are also provided along with their distances.

The the park’s northern unit can by explored by following the Badlands Loop Road, which is shown along with its overlooks, parking and picnic areas, restrooms and other facilities. Explore the park’s southern unit by following the mapped high-clearance and four-wheel-drive roads in the the backcountry. To aid in your navigation of the area, the map includes, contour lines with elevations, water features, selected waypoints and color-coded boundaries between park land, wilderness areas and Indian reservation land. Other pinpointed features include ranger stations, campgrounds and primitive campsites, and interpretive trails. Also included are a park overview, camping and hiking information, backcountry guidelines and regulations, and contact information.

Badlands National Park Trail Map

The rugged beauty of the Badlands draws visitors from around the world. These striking geologic deposits contain one of the world’s richest fossil beds. Ancient mammals such as the rhino, horse, and saber-toothed cat once roamed here. The park’s 244,000 acres protect an expanse of mixed-grass prairie where bison, bighorn sheep, prairie dogs, and black-footed ferrets live today. 

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Badlands Scenery

The largest protected area of the Chihuahuan Desert, Big Bend National Park is a remote land of surprising beauty and remarkable biodiversity. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Big Bend National Park provides an unparalleled tool for exploring this unique region. This map offers unmatched detail of the entire park including such key areas of interest as Black Gap Wildlife Management Area, Sierra del Carmen, Sierra del Caballo Muerto, and portions of Big Bend Ranch State Park. The print map features detail of the Chisos Mountains, Rio Grande Village, and Burro Mesa.

Hiking and primitive trails are clearly marked and the Chisos Mountains detail provides mileages between intersections. Road types are differentiated, so you know if the route you choose is a paved, dirt, four-wheel-drive, or high-clearance road. River mileage on the Rio Grande is noted as well, for those exploring by boat. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits. Helpful information about backcountry use, regulations, wildlife, and safety tips combined with a chart showing the location of designated backcountry campsites will prove invaluable in your exploration of the park. Other recreation features noted are campgrounds, picnic areas, points of interest, scenic viewpoints, interpretive trails, and lodging.

Big Bend National Park Trail Map

There is a place in Far West Texas where night skies are dark as coal and rivers carve temple-like canyons in ancient limestone. Here, at the end of the road, hundreds of bird species take refuge in a solitary mountain range surrounded by weather-beaten desert. Tenacious cactus bloom in sublime southwestern sun, and diversity of species is the best in the country. This magical place is Big Bend. 

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The Black Canyon, 48 miles of awe-inspiring, steep-walled canyon carved by the Gunnison River, has been an obstacle and attraction to residents and visitors alike for centuries. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and Curecanti National Recreation Area delivers unmatched detail and valuable information to assist you in your exploration of this breathtaking wilderness. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map includes Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area; Blue Mesa Reservoir; portions of Gunnison National Forest and West Elk Wilderness; and the towns of Montrose, Paonia, and Hotchkiss.

Designed with a wide range of visitors in mind, this map features detailed and easy-to-read trails, accurate road network, and a variety of information about the region and recreational activities available, including hiking trail summaries for the north and south rims of the canyon. Trail use is easy to identify, whether you’re traveling on foot, horse, OHV, or snowmobile. Road types are differentiated as well, so you know if the route you choose is a four-wheel-drive or high-clearance road. The West Elk Loop and Silver Thread scenic byways are noted for those wishing to take in the scenery by car. Campgrounds, fishing areas, boat ramps, river access, and primitive campsites for hikers and boaters throughout the park are shown, as well as rapids and ratings along the Gunnison River. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes.

Black Canyon Trail Map

Big enough to be overwhelming, still intimate enough to feel the pulse of time, Black Canyon of the Gunnison exposes you to some of the steepest cliffs, oldest rock, and craggiest spires in North America. With two million years to work, the Gunnison River, along with the forces of weathering, has sculpted this vertical wilderness of rock, water, and sky. 

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Painted Wall, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Bryce Canyon National Park is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts by combining valuable information with unmatched detail of this unique landscape of hoodoos and forest. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map will help you get the most from your visit with backpacking and day hike trail summaries, accurate road network, trailheads, campgrounds, lodging, and scenic viewpoints. The map features many key points of interest including Rainbow Point, Ruby’s Inn, and Natural Bridge. Portions of Grand Staircase ? Escalante National Monument and Dixie National Forest are included as well. The print map includes an inset of Bryce Amphitheater, information on the park’s geology, natural history, weather, history and culture, regulations, and more.

With miles of mapped trails including Great Western Trail, cross-country ski trails, and horse routes, this map can guide you off the beaten path and back again in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the region. Mileages between intersections are shown and the map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and passes.

Bryce Canyon Trail Map

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There is no place like Bryce Canyon. Hoodoos (odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion) can be found on every continent, but here is the largest collection of hoodoos in the world! Descriptions fail. Cave without a roof? Forest of stone? Photographs do not do it justice. An imagination of wonder will serve you when visiting Bryce Canyon National Park. 

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The Rim Trail at sunrise on October 30th 2015. Photo B. Roanhorse

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Canyonlands National Park is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts by combining valuable information with unmatched detail of this mesmerizing landscape of river canyons and fantastically formed buttes. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map is loaded with helpful information on the park’s archaeology, Glen Canyon, Horseshoe Canyon, backcountry safety, park regulations and more. Key areas of interest featured on this map include Canyon Rims Recreation Area; Glen Canyon National Recreation Area; the Island in the Sky district; the Needles district; and the Maze district.

With miles of clearly marked trails that include mileages between intersections, this map will prove invaluable in your exploration of the park. River mileage on the Colorado and Green rivers is noted as well, for those exploring the winding river canyons by boat. Some of the many recreation features include visitor centers, campgrounds, points of interest, scenic overlooks, and boat launch sites. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and passes.

Canyonlands Trail Maps

Canyonlands invites you to explore a wilderness of countless canyons and fantastically formed buttes carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries. Rivers divide the park into four districts: the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze, and the rivers themselves. These areas share a primitive desert atmosphere, but each offers different opportunities for sightseeing and adventure. 

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A broad view from Green River overlook with white clouds overhead

Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden gem located in the Waterpocket Fold, a wrinkle in the earth that extends nearly 100 miles through south-central Utah’s red rock country. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Capitol Reef provides unmatched detail of the park to meet the needs of amateur and experienced outdoor enthusiasts alike. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features the entire park as well as adjacent areas of interest including Anasazi State Park and portions of Fishlake National Forest, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and Dixie National Forest.

This map can guide you off the beaten path and back again with miles of mapped trails including a portion of the Great Western Trail, and recommended equestrian and bike routes. Trails are marked with mileage between intersections. A summary chart of fifteen Fruita day hiking routes, contact info, safety tips, and information about road tours, geology of the park, and recreation activities are included to help guide you in enjoying all the park has to offer. Some of the noted recreation features include scenic viewpoints, trailheads, campgrounds, and equestrian staging areas. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits.

Capitol Reef Trail Map

Located in south-central Utah in the heart of red rock country, Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons, domes and bridges in the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic monocline (a wrinkle on the earth) extending almost 100 miles.

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A dramatic view of the Strike Valley shows the colors of the Waterpocket Fold

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Carlsbad Caverns National Park is the most comprehensive map available for those exploring both above and below ground in the beautiful section of the Guadalupe Mountains in southeastern New Mexico. Created in cooperation with the National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service, this unique map provides invaluable information about the abundance of recreation and adventure activities in the area. One side of the map covers the entire national park, including Carlsbad Wilderness, and adjacent areas, such as southeastern Lincoln National Forest and Mudgetts WSA. The other side of the map shows the underground worlds of Carlsbad Caverns and Slaughter Canyon Cave.

Descriptions of trails in the park will help you chose a suitable route for your adventure. Navigate using the map’s contour lines, elevations, labeled peaks and summits, water features, selected waypoints and full road network. Route options through the Caverns and Slaughter Canyon Cave are shown with detailed descriptions. Underground maps have labeled rooms and pinpointed stalactites, stalagmites, columns, breakdowns, slopes, pools, bat guano, gypsum, unexplored passages and other points of interest. Also included are a backcountry travel overview, hiker safety tips, cavern regulations, and background information about the park with contact information.

Carlsbad Caverns Trail Map

High ancient sea ledges, deep rocky canyons, flowering cactus and desert wildlife – treasures above the ground in the Chihuahuan Desert. Hidden beneath the surface are more than 119 known caves – all formed when sulfuric acid dissolved the surrounding limestone leaving behind caverns of all sizes. **Check out our new “Park Ranger Blog” feature! Learn all about the park from a ranger’s viewpoint. 

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Spectacular view of the Papoose Room inside the King’s Palace. Photo by Chuck Burton.

Located just off the California shore, the Channel Islands are home to many unique species of flora and fauna. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Channel Islands National Park covers with unparalleled detail the five islands that encompass the park, including The Nature Conservancy area of Santa Cruz Island and the many State Marine Reserve Areas surrounding the islands. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the National Park Service and others, the map provides background information of the park and of each individual island along with its regulations and guidelines. In addition, information regarding transportation to the islands is given as well as land (hiking), water (swimming, snorkeling and diving) and boating (and kayaking) safety warnings.

Each island is shown with a trail guide, listing trail start and destination points, distances and difficulty. Trails are mapped with mileage markers and coded according to trail type. Island roads, which can also be used use for hiking, are shown as well. An inset map of the Scorpion Area provides extra detail of this popular area. The map includes contour lines, elevations, labeled peaks, selected waypoints, water features and areas of wooded cover. Moreover, many recreation features and facilities are pinpointed, such as ranger stations, campgrounds, restroom, picnic areas and historic buildings.

Channel Islands Trail Map

Channel Islands National Park encompasses five remarkable islands and their ocean environment, preserving and protecting a wealth of natural and cultural resources. Isolation over thousands of years has created unique animals, plants, and archeological resources found nowhere else on Earth and helped preserve a place where visitors can experience coastal southern California as it once was. 

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The remnant of a volcano and known for its remarkably blue water, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Crater Lake National Park is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts by combining valuable information with unmatched detail of Oregon’s only national park. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map provides a variety of useful information to help you get the most from your visit, including summaries of featured summer hikes and cross-country ski trails. Additional maps highlighting winter recreation at both Crater Lake and Diamond Lake, and extensive information on the park, the caldera, weather, Rim Drive, and the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail is included as well.

Trail mileage between intersections and use designations will help you choose the path that’s right for you. The Rogue Umpqua and Volcano Legacy scenic byways are noted for those wishing to take in the scenery by car. Many recreation features are noted as well, including campgrounds, trailheads, boat ramps, horse camps, fishing and swimming areas, boat tours, and scenic viewpoints. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and lakes.

Crater Lake Trail Map

Crater Lake inspires awe. Native Americans witnessed it form 7,700 years ago, when a violent eruption triggered the collapse of a towering volcano. Scientists marvel at its purity: fed by rain and snow, it’s the deepest lake in the USA and perhaps the most pristine on earth. Artists, photographers, and sightseers stand in wonder at its blue water and stunning setting. Come visit, and be amazed! 

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Crater Lake in Winter

Despite its foreboding name and the fact that it is the hottest, lowest, and driest area in North America, Death Valley National Park maintains a great diversity of life in its dramatic terrain of salt-flats, canyons, mountains, valleys, sand dunes, and badlands. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Death Valley National Park delivers unmatched detail and valuable information to assist you in your visit to this land of extremes. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key areas of interest including Badwater Basin, Furnace Creek, Scotty’s Castle, Panamint Springs, and Stovepipe Wells.

With miles of clearly marked trails that include mileages between intersections, this map will prove invaluable in your exploration of the park. A list of backcountry roads and trails complete with descriptions, lengths, and starting points will help you choose a route that’s right for your activity level and recreation use. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits. Hot weather tips, a temperature chart, regulations, and safety suggestions are included as well.

Death Valley Trail Map

In this below-sea-level basin, steady drought and record summer heat make Death Valley a land of extremes. Yet, each extreme has a striking contrast. Towering peaks are frosted with winter snow. Rare rainstorms bring vast fields of wildflowers. Lush oases harbor tiny fish and refuge for wildlife and humans. Despite its morbid name, a great diversity of life survives in Death Valley. 

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Zabriskie Point at Sunset

Denali National Park and Preserve covers a staggering six million acres of truly wild and pristine wilderness, bisected by a single road. The crown jewel of the park is the towering 20,320 foot Mount McKinley, North America’s tallest peak. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Denali National Park provides an unparalleled tool for exploring this remarkable region. Key areas of interest featured on this map include Denali State Park; Kroto, Moose Creek, and Lake Creek recreation rivers; Lake Minchumina; and the Kantishna Mining District. The print version of the map includes a detailed inset of the park entrance and headquarters.

If you wish to camp in the park, a chart of campground information that includes the distance from the entrance, number and type of spaces, facilities, access, and contact information for making your reservations will help you plan your stay. Private vehicle travel in the park is limited, but this map’s coverage of the shuttle bus system will ensure you have the knowledge you need to access the entire park. Helpful information about regulations, avoiding close encounters with bears, hiking in the Kantishna Mining District, and safety tips, as well as clearly marked campgrounds, rental cabins, bush airstrips, trailheads, and more will help you enjoy all the park has to offer. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes.

Denali Trail Map

Denali is six million acres of wild land, bisected by one ribbon of road. Travelers along it see the relatively low-elevation taiga forest give way to high alpine tundra and snowy mountains, culminating in North America’s tallest peak, 20,310′ Denali. Wild animals large and small roam un-fenced lands, living as they have for ages. Solitude, tranquility and wilderness await. 

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huge snowy mountain under a blue sky, reflected in a pond

Visited by more than 1 million people a year, Everglades National Park has one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems and is an international treasure. Outdoor enthusiasts exploring this unique and fragile environment will marvel at National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of the park. Created in cooperation with the National Park Service and others, this expertly researched map covers not only the park, but also parts of neighboring John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Big Cypress National Preserve and Cape Romano Ten Thousand Islands Aquatic Preserve, as well as Everglades City and Key Largo. Inset maps provide extensive detail of Flamingo, Whitewater Bay, Pineland Trails of the Long Pine Key area and Nine Mile Pond.

Mapped canoes trails will guide you through the area’s bays, lakes and other waterways. The 99-mile Wilderness Waterway is mapped in its entirety along with its NPS markers, backcountry campsites and chickees. The Whitewater Bay area additionally shows Coast Guard markers, sounding depths and sub-surface conditions. Those exploring on foot can enjoy mapped hiking trails, many displaying mileage markers. To aid in your navigation, the map displays areas of mangroves, hardwood hammocks and wooded cover, marshes, sawgrass prairies, wildlife protection areas, selected waypoints and clear color-coded national park, national preserve and state park boundaries. Additional recreation features and facilities pinpointed include marinas, boat launch areas, bike trails, interpretive trails, showers and restrooms.

Everglades National Park Trail Map

Everglades National Park protects an unparalleled landscape that provides important habitat for numerous rare and endangered species like the manatee, American crocodile, and the elusive Florida panther. An international treasure as well – a World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve, a Wetland of International Importance, and a specially protected areas under the Cartagena Treaty. 

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Three visitors gazing at the sunset.

Let National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map for Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve guide you on your adventure in this remote wilderness of northern Alaska. With neither roads or trails within the park, the map’s contour lines, elevations, labeled peaks and summits, water features will be essential in your navigation of the area. Coverage includes many land and water points of interest within the park, as well as in neighboring areas, including the Brooks Range; Noatak, Alatna, John, Tinayguk and Koyukuk Wild and Scenic Rivers; Schwatka and Endicott Mountains; Yukon Flats and Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge Area; Noatak National Preserve; Walker Lake; Anaktuvuk Pass; and the Continental Divide. Also pinpointed are the area’s bush airstrips; Marion Creek and Galbraith Lake campgrounds; the communities of Wiseman, Coldfoot, Evansville and Bettles; and a nearly 200 mile stretch of the Dalton Highway with its roadside facilities.

The reverse side of the map features a spectacular map of Alaska, mapped with all of her national parks and preserves, along with background information about each one. Detailed information about Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve is provided, as are trip planning tips, backcountry activities and safety tips, minimum impact guidelines and essential contact information. This expertly researched map was created in cooperation with the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management and others.

Gates of the Arctic National Park Trail Map

This vast landscape does not contain any roads or trails. Visitors discover intact ecosystems where people have lived with the land for thousands of years. Wild rivers meander through glacier-carved valleys, caribou migrate along age-old trails, endless summer light fades into aurora-lit night skies of winter. It remains virtually unchanged except by the forces of nature. 

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Aerial photograph of Alatna River flowing out of the Brooks Range mountains

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska’s panhandle is perfect for hiking, camping, boating, paddling, and wildlife viewing in this scenic, rugged frontier. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map delivers unmatched detail and helpful information for experienced outdoor enthusiasts and casual visitors alike. Some of the key areas of interest covered include Glacier Bay Wilderness, portions of Tongass National Forest, Chicagof Island, Endicott River Wilderness, Chilkat State Park, Chilkat Islands, Sullivan Island State Marine Park, Pleasant Island, Lemesurier Island, Inian Islands, and Tatshenshini Alsek Park. Waterways include the Gulf of Alaska; Glacier, Tituya, Berners, Tidal, Scidmore, and Taylor bays; Cross Sound; Icy Strait; Lynn Canal; North Passage; and Geikie, Muir, Tarr, Chilkoot, Chilkat, Wachusett, Queen, and Rendu inlets. The print version of this map contains detailed insets of Tarr and Johns Hopkins inlets, Gustavus, and Lamplugh Glacier.

Transportation in Glacier Bay’s wilderness can be challenging, but you’ll find the information you need on this map with an accurate road network, ferries, boat ramps, harbors and anchorages, seaplane bases, seaplane anchorages, airports, and landing strips. In addition to contour lines, shaded relief, and summit elevations, this map highlights the many waterways with bathymetry, depths, and navigational aids. A handy distance chart will help you plan your outings. Many recreation features and facilities are noted as well, including hiking trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, rental cabins, lodging, boat fueling stations, ranger stations, and scenic byways.

Glacier Bay National Park Trail Map

Covering 3.3 million acres of rugged mountains, dynamic glaciers, temperate rainforest, wild coastlines and deep sheltered fjords, Glacier Bay National Park is a highlight of Alaska’s Inside Passage and part of a 25-million acre World Heritage Site—one of the world’s largest international protected areas. From sea to summit, Glacier Bay offers limitless opportunities for adventure and inspiration. 

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Margerie Glacier

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks offers unparalleled detail for outdoor enthusiasts exploring the pristine landscape of forests, mountains, lakes, and meadows within these two spectacular parks. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Many Glacier, Great Bear Wilderness, Flathead National Forest, Hungry Horse Reservoir, Lake McDonald, Flathead River, St. Mary Lake, Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park, and the Waterton Lakes.

The Glacier and Waterton Lakes map is an invaluable resource for exploring the more than 800 miles of mapped trails within the parks, including the Pacific Northwest Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, and recommended biking trails. Recreation features are clearly marked, including campgrounds, trailheads, interpretive trails, fishing and boat access, and horse rental locations. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and major lakes. A variety of helpful information about recreation activities available in the parks, hiking and backcountry camping, regulations, and safety tips are included as well.

Glacier Bay National Park Trail Map

Come and experience Glacier’s pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker’s paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, transportation, and stories of Native Americans. Explore Glacier National Park and discover what awaits you.

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Mountains behind Lake McDonald glow pink at sunset

Explore the uniquely inspiring and wondrous landscape of the Grand Canyon with National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Grand Canyon National Park, North and South Rims. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts with unmatched detail of the heart of the park. Key areas of interest featured on this map include Colorado River miles 60-98, North and South Rim visitor centers, Grand Canyon Village, Tusayan, Bright Angel Trail (plus elevation profile), West Rim Trail, Kaibab Trail, Arizona Trail, and more.

With miles of mapped trails in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the entire country, the Grand Canyon North and South Rims map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. Designed with a wide range of visitors in mind, this map features detailed and easy to read trails, accurate road network, campgrounds, scenic overlooks and points of interests, visitor centers and facilities, color coded bus stops with routes, 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.

Grand Canyon National Park Trail Maps

Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6km) deep. Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size All South Rim roads are open. The North Rim is open for the season. 

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White fluffy clouds against a bright blue sky above Grand Canyon buttes and temples.

Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Grand Teton National Park provides an unparalleled tool for exploring this magnificent region. This map offers unmatched detail of the entire park and features key areas of interest including Jackson Hole, Jackson Lake, Colter Bay Village, Jenny Lake, Phelps Lake, Teton Crest Trail, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Gros Ventre Wilderness, Jedediah Smith Wilderness, and John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway.

With almost 250 miles of mapped trails in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the entire country, the Grand Teton National Park map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. The trails are clearly marked to help with navigation for backcountry explorers. Suggested backpacking trips, weather and safety tips, and information about other recreation activities are included to help guide you in enjoying all the park has to offer. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and major lakes. The bathymetry of Jackson Lake is shown with both contours and hill shading. Some of the many recreation features include: campgrounds, trailheads, parking lots, scenic overlooks, interpretive trails, and backcountry camping zones.

Grand Teton National Park Trail Map

Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River or enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place. 

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Teton Range in Winter

Explore the majesty of the southern Rockies and the wonder of the Great Sand Dunes with National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map delivers unmatched detail and helpful information for experienced outdoor enthusiasts and casual visitors alike. Some of the key areas of interest included are: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve; Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area; DeWeese Reservoir; Blanca Wetlands; San Luis State Park; and portions of Rio Grande and San Isabel national forests.

This map can guide you off the beaten path and back again with miles of mapped trails and clearly marked trailheads. Cyclists will appreciate the detail paid to the many hard surface and mountain bike trails in the region. Road types are differentiated as well, so you know if the route you choose is a paved, dirt, four-wheel-drive, or high-clearance road. Some of the many recreation features noted include campgrounds, cross country ski areas, snowmobile trails, fishing areas, boat launches, rafting put-ins, and scenic viewpoints. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and major lakes.

Great Sand Dunes National Park Trail Map

The tallest dunes in North America are the centerpiece in a diverse landscape of grasslands, wetlands, conifer and aspen forests, alpine lakes, and tundra. Experience this diversity through hiking, sand sledding, splashing in Medano Creek, wildlife watching, and more! 

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Surge Flow Wave, Dunes, and Mount Herard

America’s most visited national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is both renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life and rich in remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of the park combines unparalleled detail and valuable information for outdoor enthusiasts seeking to explore all the area has to offer with particular attention shown to backcountry campsites, shelters, and stream crossings. A detailed profile of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, which snakes along the ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains, provides a handy tool for hikers. The map features many key points of interest as well, including Cades Cove, Fontana Lake, Maryville, and Gatlinburg.

With over 800 miles of mapped trails, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. The clearly marked trails include mileages between intersections. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes. Some of the many recreation features include: visitor centers, campgrounds, trail shelters, trailheads, boat ramps, scenic overlooks, interpretive trails and quiet walkways.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trail Map

Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America’s most visited national park. 

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Orange turk’s cap lilies frame the view of distant, misty mountains.

Created in cooperation with the National Park Service and others, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Guadalupe Mountains National Park is a complete travel guide to this pristine wilderness area. The map includes expertly researched information about the trees, shrubs, birds, amphibians and other flora and fauna that live in the the park’s three ecosystems. The park’s geologic history, which dates back nearly 300 million years, is explained as well.

Outdoor enthusiasts will be able to explore the area following precisely mapped trails, which include mileage markers and are color-coded according to their designated usage. Campgrounds, primitive campsites, picnic areas and points of interest along the trails are marked. To aid in your navigation of the area, the map also displays contour lines, elevations, labeled peaks, four-wheel drive and high clearance roads, water features and various waypoints. Additionally a campground to campground mileage chart will help you plans your journey. The map covers map popular points of interest, including Lincoln National Forest, Guadalupe Mountains and Guadalupe Mountains Wilderness. An inset regional map will assist you accessing the park and the nearby Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park Trail Map

Guadalupe Mountains National Park is the world’s premier example of a fossil reef from the Permian Era. The park is known for its extensive hiking and backpacking opportunities in one of the nation’s most pristine wilderness areas. Birding, history, and many other opportunities to learn and have fun await visitors in this hidden gem of West Texas.

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McKittrick Canyon winds and gives visitors a taste of the riparian habitat in the desert.

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Haleakala National Park is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts by combining valuable information with unmatched detail of this unique park. The map includes the entire national park area, including the summit area, the wilderness area, and the Kipahulu area. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key points of interest including Red Hill, Magnetic Peak, Pa Ka oao, Halali’i, Ka Moa O Pele, Pu’u Naue, Pu’u Mamane, the Kahikinui Forest Reserve, Kipahulu Forest Reserve, Hana Forest Reserve, Ka’apahu, and much more. The print map also shows Hawaii, Kaho’olawe, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai, and Ni’ihau.

Ideal for recreation activities in this spectacular area, this map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. The clearly marked trails include mileage between intersections. The map base includes contour lines, shaded relief, and elevations for summits. Recreation features are clearly marked, including ranger stations, campgrounds, picnic areas, rental cabins, and points of interest. An informative summary of the park, average temperature and rainfall, safety tips, agency contact information, and more is provided as well.

Haleakala National Park Trail Map

This special place vibrates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture and protects the bond between the land and its people. The park also cares for endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else. Come visit this special place – renew your spirit amid stark volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rain forest with an unforgettable hike through the backcountry. 

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Sunset over the crater.

There is perhaps no better place to witness the awesome volcanic activity of our planet than Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The park was created to preserve the natural setting of Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, and Mauna Loa, the world’s most massive subaerial volcano. The park is also refuge for many native plants and animals. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park combines unmatched detail with helpful information to offer an invaluable tool for making the most of your visit to this extraordinary landscape. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Makaopuhi Crater, Napau Crater, Chain of Craters Road, Kapapala, and Pu’u Loa. The print version of this map also includes a detailed inset of Kilauea Caldera.

Designed with a wide range of visitors in mind, this map features detailed and easy to read trails that are clearly marked according to use and include mileage between intersections. A handy day hike chart with length, time, and descriptions of each hike will help you choose a trail that’s right for you. Road types are differentiated as well, so you know if the route you choose is a paved, four-wheel-drive, or high-clearance road. Recreation features and amenities are clearly marked, including campgrounds, trailheads, interpretive trails, picnic areas, scenic overlooks, points of interest, restrooms, lodging, and food services. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes are monuments to Earth’s origin, evidence that its primordial forces are still at work. During a volcanic eruption, we are reminded that our planet is an ever-changing environment whose basic processes are beyond human control. As much as we have altered the face of the Earth to suit our needs, we can only stand in awe before the power of an eruption.

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Glow from Halema”uma”u at dawn

A rugged and isolated island on Lake Superior, Isle Royale offers unparalleled opportunities for hiking, backpacking, boating, paddling, and scuba diving in solitude, far from the sights and sounds of civilization. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Isle Royale National Park delivers unmatched detail and valuable information to assist you in your exploration of this remote wilderness. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Passage Island, Rock Harbor, Windigo, and many shipwreck sites.

Whether day hiking or backpacking to remote campsites, the map’s clearly marked trails with mileage between intersections will help you choose the route that’s right for you. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and lakes, as well as soundings of Lake Superior. Boaters will appreciate the handy water mileage chart. Recreation features are clearly marked, including campgrounds, interpretive trails, lighthouses, lookout towers, ferry routes, docks, and seaplane anchorages. A variety of helpful information about camping, fishing, and boating in the region is included as well.

Explore a rugged, isolated island, far from the sights and sounds of civilization. Surrounded by Lake Superior, Isle Royale offers unparalleled solitude and adventures for backpackers, hikers, boaters, kayakers, canoeists and scuba divers. Here, amid stunning scenic beauty, you’ll find opportunities for reflection and discovery, and make memories that last a lifetime. 

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Panoramic view of the expanse of Isle Royale National Park.

The two distinct ecosystems of the Colorado Desert and the Mojave Desert meet in southeastern California in the Joshua Tree National Park. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of the park delivers unmatched detail and valuable information to assist you in your exploration of this fascinating land of surreal geologic features shaped by strong winds, unpredictable torrents of rain, and climatic extremes. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Black Rock Canyon, Lost Horse Valley, Indian Cove, Cottonwood, Chuckwalla Valley, and the Pinto Mountains.

With miles of clearly marked trails that include mileages between intersections, this map will prove invaluable in your exploration of the park. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and passes. Interesting information about the park, regulations, and safety tips are included as well. Recreation features are clearly marked, including interpretive trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, points of interest, horse camps, and more.

Joshua Tree National Park Trail Map

Two distinct desert ecosystems, the Mojave and the Colorado, come together in Joshua Tree National Park. A fascinating variety of plants and animals make their homes in a land sculpted by strong winds and occasional torrents of rain. Dark night skies, a rich cultural history, and surreal geologic features add to the wonder of this vast wilderness in southern California. Come explore for yourself. 

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desert landscape with rock outcrops and contorted Joshua trees

Known for its large population of bears and other native wildlife, the Alaska Peninsula is a popular location for wildlife viewing and other outdoor adventures. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Katmai National Park and Wilderness will guide you to heart of this spectacular area. Created in cooperation with the National Park Service and others, this expertly researched map covers with unparalleled detail not only the entirety of Katmai National Park and Wilderness but also neighboring Katmai National Preserve, Becharof National Wildlife Refuge and Wilderness, McNeil River State Game Sanctuary and Refuge areas, and Shelikof Strait. Inset maps provide extra detail of Alagnak Wild River and Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.

Arrive in the area using mapped landing areas, seaplane bases and anchorage sites and continue your exploration with mapped hiking trails and primitive routes. Explore the backcountry using the map’s contour lines, elevations, labeled peaks and summits, water features, selected waypoints, areas of wooded cover and color-coded boundaries between different land designations. Other recreation and adventure points of interest include ranger stations, campgrounds, trail shelters, public cabins, restrooms and scenic viewpoints. Some additional map features are background information of the various public lands in the area, wilderness safety tips, bear encounter guidelines and essential contact information.

Katmai National Park Trail Map

Katmai National Monument was established in 1918 to protect the volcanically devastated region surrounding Mount Katmai and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. Today, Katmai National Park and Preserve remains an active volcanic landscape, but it also protects 9,000 years of human history as well as important habitat for salmon and thousands of brown bears. 

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bears standing on edge of waterfall

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Kenai Fjords National Park is an essential travel companion for outdoor enthusiasts looking to explore the pristine scenery in this area of southern Alaska. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service and others, the map covers popular recreation and adventure points of interest, such as Harding Icefield, Exit Glacier, Resurrection River and Bay, as well as the adjacent Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Kachemak Bay State Park and Wilderness Park, Chugach National Forest and Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area. Inset maps of Exit Glacier and Seward provide extra detail of these areas.

The map will guide your exploration, whether on land or on water. Hikers, bikers and ATVers will find clearly marked trails with mileage markers, in addition to contour lines, elevations, labeled peaks, glaciers and crevasses. The Iditarod National Historic Trail and Seward Highway Scenic Byway are both marked. Boaters and kayakers will benefit from the sounding information, tidal flats, boating hazard areas, island locations and pinpointed seabed formation warnings, beacons, anchorage spots and boat ramps. Other recreation points of interest include trailheads, campgrounds, public cabins, food storage lockers, ski trails, waterfalls and scenic viewpoints. The map also includes background information, QR codes for real-time weather and essential contact information.

Kenai Fjords National Park Trail Map

At the edge of the Kenai Peninsula lies a land where the ice age lingers. Nearly 40 glaciers flow from the Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords’ crowning feature. Wildlife thrives in icy waters and lush forests around this vast expanse of ice. Native Alutiiq relied on these resources to nurture a life entwined with the sea. Today, shrinking glaciers bear witness to the effects of our changing climate. 

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Bear Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park

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.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Trail Map

This dramatic landscape testifies to nature’s size, beauty, and diversity–huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world’s largest trees. These two parks lie side by side in the southern Sierra Nevada east of the San Joaquin Valley. Weather varies a lot by season and elevation, which ranges from 1,370′ to 14,494′. Sequoias grow at 5,000 – 7,000′, above usual snowline. 

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Sequoia trunks along the Grant Tree Trail. Photo by Randy Morse, Golden State Images.

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve was designed for outdoor enthusiasts seeking to explore this wilderness area at the base of the Alaska Peninsula. This expertly researched shaded relief map is the most comprehensive one available, providing an abundance of topographic, adventure and background information. Arrive in the park at one of the pinpointed landing areas, then wander along one of the few park trails, including historic native routes. Continue your expedition into the remote and vast wilderness using the map’s contour lines, elevation, labeled peaks and summits, water features and selected waypoints.

The map covers Lake Clark National Park and Preserve in its entirety, including the natural features Telaquana Lake and Mountain; Turquoise, Twin, Snipe, Kontrashibuna and Tazimina Lakes; Tlikakila and Stony Rivers; Copper, Kijik, Neacola and Chigmit Mountains; and Keyes and Tanalian Points. Also covered are nearby McNeil River State Game Refuge and Sanctuary, northern Katmai National Preserve, Mulchatna River, Cook Inlet and Iliamna Lake, along with the many towns surrounding the lake. Valuable information is also provided about arriving in the park, trip planning, backpacking, rafting, hunting and fishing, as well as backcountry safety tips and contact information.

Lake Clark National Park & Preserve Trail Map

Lake Clark National Park is a land of stunning beauty where volcanoes steam, salmon run, bears forage, craggy mountains reflect in shimmering turquoise lakes, and local people and culture still depend on the land and water of their home. Solitude is found around every bend in the river and shoulder of a mountain. Venture into the park to become part of the wilderness. 

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Jagged mountain tops with patchy snow and glaciers.

Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California is one of the few places in the world where one can see all four types of volcano. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of this unusual park offers outdoors enthusiasts a valuable tool for exploring the park’s fumaroles, hot springs, mud pots, mountain lakes, and forests. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features trail networks in Lassen Volcanic National Park and the adjacent national forests along with key points of interest including Lassen Peak; the Lassen Volcanic and Caribou wilderness areas; Cinder Cone; Juniper, Snag, and Butte lakes; and the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway. The print version of the map includes a detailed inset of the Manzanita Lake area.

Over 150 miles of trails including 17 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail and a portion of the California National Historic Trail are clearly marked and include approximate mileage between intersections and trail use designations. A chart of campgrounds, their elevations, the number of sites, and the facilities available at each will help you choose the one that’s right for you. Interpretive information regarding the area’s unique geology and descriptions of the important hydrothermal areas are also included. The map base shows contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes. A variety of recreation features are noted as well, including campgrounds, trailheads, picnic areas, boat launches, cabins, and scenic viewpoints.

Lassen Volcanic National Park Trail Map

Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to steaming fumaroles, meadows freckled with wildflowers, clear mountain lakes, and numerous volcanoes. Jagged peaks tell the story of its eruptive past while hot water continues to shape the land. Lassen Volcanic offers opportunities to discover the wonder and mysteries of volcanoes and hot water for visitors willing to explore the undiscovered. 

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The world’s longest known cave system, Mammoth Cave is a fascinating and beautiful labyrinth located below the equally scenic Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Mammoth Cave National Park delivers unmatched detail and valuable information to assist you in your exploration of this unique and compelling region. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key points of interest including Green and Nolin rivers; First Creek Lake; Houchin Ferry; Turnhole Bend; Dennison Ferry; Maple Springs; and the cities of Brownsville and Park City. The print version of this map includes a detailed inset of the cave area, along with general information about the park and cave, as well as an inset of the historic entrance and vicinity.

Designed with a wide range of visitors in mind, this map features detailed topography with contour lines, shaded relief and elevations; easy-to-read trails that are clearly marked according to use; accurate road network; visitor centers and facilities; plus, park regulations, and contact information for local agencies. Trail mileage between intersections will help you choose the path that’s right for you. Boaters will appreciate the notation of river mileage, launch sites, and access points. Recreation features are clearly marked, including trailheads, campgrounds, fishing areas, interpretive trails, picnic areas, and rental cabins.

Mammoth Cave National Park Trail Map

Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. This is the world’s longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored. Early guide Stephen Bishop called the cave a “grand, gloomy and peculiar place,” but its vast chambers and complex labyrinths have earned its name – Mammoth. 

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A tour group enters Mammoth Cave through the vast Historic Entrance, leaving the green daylight.

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Durango and Cortez provides unparalleled detail of this culturally significant area of southwestern Colorado. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management and others, the map will guide you throughout your recreation or adventure in the area, regardless of the season. The map’s coverage includes San Juan National Forest, Mesa Verde National Park, McPhee Reservoir and Recreation Area, Animas River and Valley, Canyon of the Ancients National Monument and Durango Mountain Ski Area.

This map can guide you off the beaten path and back again with a wide variety of trails, including trails for hiking, biking and motorized vehicles, plus city and primitive trails, the Animas River Trail and Colorado Trail. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and passes. Recreation and adventure points of interest for all seasons are marked as well, including campgrounds and campsites, alpine and cross-country ski areas, trailheads and interpretive trails, rock climbing and fishing areas, boat launch and whitewater access points, scenic viewpoints and wildlife viewing areas. In addition, the map lists regional attractions along with their descriptions along with useful contact information of both public and private organizations involved in maintaining the region.

Mesa Verde National Park Trail Map

Mesa Verde, Spanish for green table, offers a spectacular look into the lives of the Ancestral Pueblo people who made it their home for over 700 years, from AD 600 to 1300. Today the park protects nearly 5,000 known archeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings. These sites are some of the most notable and best preserved in the United States. 

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Visitors in Balcony House as seen from across canyon

The highest point in the Cascade Range, Mount Rainier is an icon of Washington state. It is an active volcano and the largest single-peak glacial system in the lower forty-eight states, spawning 6 major rivers. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Mount Ranier National Park is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts by combining valuable information with unmatched detail of this spectacular landscape of glaciers, old-growth forests, subalpine meadows, and valleys. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Paradise, Longmire, White River, Mowich Lake, Ohanapecosh, Chinook Scenic Byway, Crystal Mountain, and Glacier View Wilderness.

With extensive detail of Mount Ranier and its glaciers, and miles of clearly marked trails including the Pacific Crest and Wonderland trails, this map will prove invaluable in your exploration of the park. Mileages between intersections are shown and the map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes. Recreation features noted include ski areas, campgrounds, trailheads, lodging, horse camps, scenic overlooks, and more.

Mount Rainier National Park

Ascending to 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier stands as an icon in the Washington landscape. An active volcano, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.A., spawning six major rivers. Subalpine wildflower meadows ring the icy volcano while ancient forest cloaks Mount Rainier’s lower slopes. Wildlife abounds in the park’s ecosystems. A lifetime of discovery awaits. 

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Wildflowers frame the glaciated peak of Mount Rainier, wreathed in clouds.

Explore the alpine forests, wild rivers, jagged peaks, and abundant glaciers of North Cascades National Park with National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key points of interest including Baker Lake; Rockport State Park; Chelan and Ross Lake National Recreation Areas; Stephen Mather, Mount Baker, and Pasayten Wilderness Areas; Snoqualmie and Okanogan Wenatchee National Forests; and portions of the Sauk, Skagit, and Suiattle rivers.

With miles of clearly marked trails including the popular Pacific Crest and Pacific Northwest trails, this map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. Mileages between intersections are shown and the map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits. Helpful material about backcountry use, regulations, recreation activities, and agency contact information will assist you in making the most of your visit. Recreation features noted include alpine ski areas, rental cabins, lookout towers, campgrounds, interpretive trails, boat launches, fishing access, and more.

North Cascades National Park Trail Map

Less than three hours from Seattle, an alpine landscape beckons. Discover communities of life adapted to moisture in the west and recurring fire in the east. Explore jagged peaks crowned by more than 300 glaciers. Listen to cascading waters in forested valleys. Witness a landscape sensitive to the Earth’s changing climate. Help steward the ecological heart of the Cascades. 

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View from Sourdough Mountain Overlooking a lake and trees

Olympic National Park encompasses four distinctly different ecosystems in its nearly one million acres. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Olympic National Park offers outdoors enthusiasts a valuable tool for exploring the park’s old-growth forests, glaciers, untamed rivers, and rugged coastline. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key areas of interest including Mount Olympus, Ozette Lake, Olympic National Forest, Lake Quinalt, Mount Skokomish Wilderness, Hurricane Ridge, Lake Crescent, and more.

With miles of mapped trails including a portion of the Pacific Northwest Trail, this map can guide you off the beaten path and back again in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the region. Designed with a wide range of visitors in mind, this map features detailed and easy to read trails, accurate road network, points of interest, lodging, waterfalls, fishing and boat access, and ranger stations. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes. A variety of helpful information about regulations, safety tips, and a list of wilderness campsites are included as well.

Olympic National Park Trail Map

With its incredible range in precipitation and elevation, diversity is the hallmark of Olympic National Park. Encompassing nearly a millions acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, thousands of years of human history, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline. Come explore! 

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Two people sit on a mountainside overlooking a valley filled with clouds

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Big Sur, Ventana Wilderness combines unmatched detail with helpful information to offer an invaluable tool for making the most of your visit to this remarkable section of California coastline. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key points of interest including Los Padres National Forest, Silver Peak Wilderness, Pinnacles National Park, Fort Ord National Monument, Big Sur National Wild and Scenic River, and Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park.

With miles of mapped trails, this map can guide you off the beaten path and back again in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the region. The trails are clearly marked according to use and include mileages between intersections. The Big Sur Coast Highway is noted for those wishing to take in the scenery by car. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and coastal waters. Some of the many recreation features include surfing and scuba diving areas, interpretive trails, fishing areas, trailheads, and campgrounds. A variety of information about California state parks, Monterrey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, California Coastal National Monument, and Los Padres National Forest is included as well.

Pinnacles National Park Trail Map

Some 23 million years ago multiple volcanoes erupted, flowed, and slid to form what would become Pinnacles National Park. What remains is a unique landscape. Travelers journey through chaparral, oak woodlands, and canyon bottoms. Hikers enter rare talus caves and emerge to towering rock spires teeming with life: prairie and peregrine falcons, golden eagles, and the inspiring California condor. 

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Rock formations as seen from the Jawbone Canyon Trail development area

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.

The 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 areas.

Redwood National Park Trail Map

Most people know Redwood as home to the tallest trees on Earth. The parks also protect vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild riverways, and nearly 40 miles of rugged coastline. For thousands of years people have lived in this verdant landscape. Together, the National Park Service and California State Parks manage these lands for the inspiration, enjoyment, and education of all. 

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Fog among coast redwoods on Flint Ridge.

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Rocky Mountain National Park delivers unmatched detail and valuable information to assist you in your exploration of this breathtaking wilderness. Whatever the season, you’ll find this map a useful tool in pursuing a host of recreational activities from camping and fishing to skiing and snowmobiling. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Trail Ridge Road, Longs Peak, Arapaho National Forest, Routt National Forest, Roosevelt National Forest, Never Summer Wilderness, Comanche Peak Wilderness, and the Continental Divide Trail.

The Rocky Mountain National Park map can guide you off the beaten path and back again with over 400 miles of mapped trails including hiking, horse, snowmobile, cross-country ski, ATV, and mountain bike trails. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and major lakes. Many recreation features are noted as well, including campgrounds, trailheads, interpretive trails, boat launches, fishing access, and horse rental locations.

Rocky Mountains National Park Trail Maps

Rocky Mountain National Park’s 415 square miles encompass and protect spectacular mountain environments. Enjoy Trail Ridge Road – which crests over 12,000 feet including many overlooks to experience the subalpine and alpine worlds – along with over 300 miles of hiking trails, wildflowers, wildlife, starry nights, and fun times. In a world of superlatives, Rocky is on top! 

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Partially iced-over Sprague Lake with the snowy peaks of the Continental Divide in the background

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Saguaro National Park and surrounding areas to the east and west of Tucson, is the perfect map for hiking, biking, exploring, climbing, riding, camping, and sightseeing in this beautiful desert wilderness. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map highlights key areas of interest including Tucson Mountain Park, Sweetwater Preserve, Robles Pass, Saguaro Wilderness, Tanque Verde Ridge, and Hope Camp, Yetman, and Petroglyphs trails.

This map features detailed topography with shaded relief, elevations, and clearly defined, color-coded boundaries for parks, public lands, and wilderness areas. With miles of mapped trails including a portion of the Arizona Trail, this map can guide you off the beaten path and back again in some of the most iconic scenery in the desert southwest. The clearly marked trails include mileage between intersections and handy hiking and trailhead summaries will help you choose the path that’s right for you. Recreation features are clearly marked, including campgrounds, interpretive trails, rifle and archery ranges, scenic drives, picnic areas, and points of interest.

Saguaro National Park Trail Map

Tucson, Arizona is home to the nation’s largest cacti. The giant saguaro is the universal symbol of the American west. These majestic plants, found only in a small portion of the United States, are protected by Saguaro National Park, to the east and west of the modern city of Tucson. Here you have a chance to see these enormous cacti, silhouetted by the beauty of a magnificent desert sunset. 

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Saguaro National Park Madrona photo acknowledgement: John Williams

Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Shenandoah National Park provides an unparalleled tool for exploring this beautiful park. Particular attention is shown to camping, hiking, fishing, ranger programs, and horse use in the park; and a handy chart of waterfalls provides height, location, hiking distance, and elevation gain for hikers. The print map includes insets of Loft Mountain, Mathews Arm ? Elkwallow, Skyland, and Big Meadows.

With miles of clearly marked trails including the Tuscarora, Appalachian, and Massanutten Mountain trails, and the scenic roadways Skyline Drive and Virginia Scenic Byway, this map will prove invaluable whether you’re taking in the scenery on foot or by car. Many recreation features are noted as well, including interpretive trails, archery ranges, ski areas, cabins, and boat launches. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits.

Shenandoah National Park Trail Map

Just 75 miles from the bustle of Washington, D.C., Shenandoah National Park is your escape to recreation and re-creation. Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, quiet wooded hollows—take a hike, meander along Skyline Drive, or picnic with the family. 200,000 acres of protected lands are haven to deer, songbirds, the night sky…and you. Plan a Shenandoah escape today!

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Dramatic colorful sunrise at Buck Hollow Overlook.

Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Theodore Roosevelt National Park includes both the north and south units of the park, as well as the Magpie and Elkhorn section of the Little Missouri Grassland. In the North Unit of the park, the map includes the Maah Daah Hey Trail, Little Mo Nature Trail, Caprock Coulee Nature Trail, Buckhorn Trail, Achenbach Trail, and Juniper camping area. The Maah Daah Hey Trail then winds south through the Little Missouri National Grassland, meeting Bennett Trail, then passes into Magpie, then Elkhorn, then into the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Map features in the South Unit include Ridgeline Nature Trail, Coal Vein Nature Trail, Buck Hill Trail, Wind Canyon Trail, Jones Creek Trail, Paddock Creek Trail, Talkington Trail, and the Petrified Forest. Also included in this portion of the map is Buffalo Gap Trail, Roundup Horse Camp, Cottonwood, Painted Canyon, Sully Creek State Park, and the town of Medora.

The clearly marked trails include mileage between intersections and trail summaries provide distance and difficulty for suggested hikes. Helpful material about the park, backcountry use, agency contact information, and safety tips will prove invaluable in your exploration of the park. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits and passes. Some of the many recreation features include campgrounds, trailheads, interpretive trails, points of interest, horse camps, and river access.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park Trail Map

When Theodore Roosevelt came to Dakota Territory to hunt bison in 1883, he was a skinny, young, spectacled dude from New York. He could not have imagined how his adventure in this remote and unfamiliar place would forever alter the course of the nation. The rugged landscape and strenuous life that TR experienced here would help shape a conservation policy that we still benefit from today. 

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Riverbend Overlook in the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt Naitonal Park

Virgin Islands National Park is an island paradise of white sand beaches and turquoise water. Created in cooperation with the National Park Service and others, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Virgin Islands National Park is a complete travel guide to to this tropical wonderland. Ferry routes will get you to the main visitor center at Cruz Bay. Use the trail guide, with trail descriptions, lengths and hiking times, to select a suitable route. Follow the trail on the topographic map that is complete with contour lines and elevations, as well as key points of interest and nearby facilities, including parking, campgrounds. showers, picnic areas, restrooms and beaches.

Descriptions of the snorkeling areas along with a snorkeling and diving ethics guide is provided. Areas of coral reefs are marked on the map as are the boundaries of Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument. For those who prefer navigating their own boat, anchoring information, safety tips and regulations are included. The color-coded buoys surrounding the island are displayed on the map as are scuba moorings. Information about birdwatching and park vegetation along with illustrations of a number of bird species and local flora is provided as well. The map also covers nearby Great Thatch Island, Little Thatch Island, Frenchmans Cay, Tortola Island, Dog Island, Lovango Cay and Durloe Cays.

Virgin Islands National Park Trail Map

Virgin Islands National Park’s hills, valleys and beaches are breathtaking. However, within its 7,000 plus acres on the island of St. John is the complex history of civilizations – both free and enslaved – dating back more than a thousand years, all who utilized the land and the sea for survival. 

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View from Trunk Bay overlook.

Located at the border of Minnesota and Canada, Voyageurs National Park is defined by its interconnected waterways which require you to leave your car behind and explore by kayak, canoe, houseboat, or motorboat. In winter, snowmobiles, snowshoes, and skis will be your mode of travel in this extraordinary wilderness. National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Voyageurs National Park combines unmatched detail with helpful information to offer an invaluable tool for making the most of your visit to this inspiring region. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key park attractions including Gull Island Rookery; Grassy Bay Cliffs; Anderson Bay; Kettle Falls; Hoist Bay; Gold Portage; and the Ash River, Kabetogama Lake, and Rainy Lake Visitor Centers.

Designed with a wide range of visitors in mind, this map features detailed and easy-to-read trails, accurate road network, visitor centers and facilities, safety tips, recreation opportunities, plus information on park fees, reservations, and permits. An extensive chart of campsites will help you choose a location that’s right for you. Snowmobile and snowshoe trails are clearly noted for those enjoying winter recreation in the park. Many other recreation features are noted as well, including trailheads, boat launches, paddle access, houseboat sites, cross-country ski areas, interpretive trails, and points of interest. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for both land and waterways.

Voyageurs National Park Trail Map

Voyageurs National Park lies within the heart of the North American Continent. Here you can see and touch rocks half as old as the world, experience the life of a voyageur, immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of a boreal forest, view the dark skies, or ply the interconnected water routes. Leave your car behind and set out on the water highways of the North Woods. 

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Expertly researched and created in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service and others, National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Black Hills South is an essential travel companion for outdoor enthusiasts exploring this area of South Dakota. The map covers many popular points of interest, including the southern region of Black Hills National Forest, Wind Cave National Park, Custer State Park, Norbeck Wildlife Preserve, Jewel Cave National Monument, Black Elk Wilderness and the iconic Mt. Rushmore National Memorial. Also included is background information about each of these areas, rules and regulations, safety tips and contact information.

The map will guide you along precisely drawn trails with mileage indicators and that are color-coded according to designated usage. The Centennial and George S. Mickelson Trails are both highlighted and trails that are part of the National Recreation Trail system are duly noted. To aid in your navigation of the area, the map also includes water features, contour lines and elevations; hundreds of numbered forest service roads, OHV routes and driveable trails; and colored boundaries for parks, forest, wilderness, conservation and wildlife areas. Some of the maps many recreation features are campgrounds, cabins and shelters, motorized and non-motorized trailheads, interpretive trails, swimming areas. boat launch points and scenic overlooks.

Wind Cave National Park Trail Map

Bison, elk, and other wildlife roam the rolling prairie grasslands and forested hillsides of one of America’s oldest national parks. Below the remnant island of intact prairie sits Wind Cave, one of the longest and most complex caves in the world. Named for barometric winds at its entrance, this maze of passages is home to boxwork, a unique formation rarely found elsewhere.

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bison crosses prairie while cavers explore a cave

At 13.2 million acres, Wrangell-St. Elias could fit Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Glacier, Olympic, and Yosemite National Parks within its borders with plenty of room to spare. It stretches from one of the tallest peaks in North America, Mount Stain Elias at 18,008 feet, to to the ocean. More than a quarter of the park is covered with glaciers, including the tidewater Hubbard Glacier, piedmont Malaspina Glacier, and valley Nabesna Glacier.

Arrive in the area using one of only two paved roads or use the mapped landing areas, seaplane bases and anchorage sites and continue your exploration with mapped hiking trails and primitive routes. Two insets show detailed access to the Kennicott Valley and Nabesna. Explore the backcountry using the map’s contour lines, elevations, labeled peaks and summits, water features, selected waypoints, areas of wooded cover and color-coded boundaries between different land designations. Other recreation and adventure points of interest include ranger stations, campgrounds, trail shelters, public cabins, restrooms and scenic viewpoints. Some additional map features are background information of the various public lands in the area, wilderness safety tips, bear encounter guidelines and essential contact information.

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve

Wrangell St. Elias is a vast national park that rises from the ocean all the way up to 18,008 ft. Mount St. Elias. At 13.2 million acres, it’s the same size as Yellowstone Nat. Park, Yosemite Nat. Park, and Switzerland combined! Within this wild landscape, people continue to live off the land as they have done for centuries. This is a rugged, beautiful area filled with opportunities for adventure. 

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Landscape view of Boreal forest and snow capped Wrangell Mountains.

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Yellowstone National Park is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts by combining valuable information with unmatched detail of America’s first national park. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, this map features key points of interest including Mammoth Hot Springs, Canyon Village, Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone Falls, Grant Village, and Old Faithful geyser area.

With over 1,000 miles of mapped trails, the Yellowstone National Park map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. The clearly marked trails include mileages between intersections. Trail summaries provide elevation, duration, and difficulty for a variety of suggested hikes. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes. The bathymetry of Yellowstone Lake is shown with both contours and hill shading. Some of the many recreation features include: campgrounds, trailheads, boat ramps, marinas, scenic overlooks and interpretive trails.

Yellowstone National Park Trail Map

Visit Yellowstone and experience the world’s first national park. Marvel at a volcano’s hidden power rising up in colorful hot springs, mudpots, and geysers. Explore mountains, forests, and lakes to watch wildlife and witness the drama of the natural world unfold. Discover the history that led to the conservation of our national treasures “for the benefit and enjoyment of the people.” 

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People enjoying an eruption of Castle Geyser

Explore the majesty of Yosemite National Park with National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map. Loaded with helpful information on camping, hiking, lodging, transportation, regulations, and safety, this map is an invaluable tool for casual park visitors and avid adventurers alike. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies, the map features key areas of interest including Stanislaus National Forest, Emigrant Wilderness, Carson Iceberg Wilderness, Toiyabe National Forest, Hoover Wilderness, Inyo National Forest, Yosemite Wilderness, Sierra National Forest, and Ansel Adams Wilderness. Detail of the popular Tuolumne Meadows and Yosemite Valley are provided in inset maps.

With almost 800 miles of mapped trails, the Yosemite National Park map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. The clearly marked trails include mileages between intersections. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and major lakes. Some of the many recreation features include: campgrounds, trailheads, tram tours, ski areas, river access, scenic overlooks, scenic byways, and interpretive trails.

Yosemite National Park Trail Map

Not just a great valley, but a shrine to human foresight, the strength of granite, the power of glaciers, the persistence of life, and the tranquility of the High Sierra. First protected in 1864, Yosemite National Park is best known for its waterfalls, but within its nearly 1,200 square miles, you can find deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias, a vast wilderness area, and much more. 

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Winter sunrise, Half Dome, Liberty Peak, Nevada Fall and Clark Range from Glacier Point

Explore the beauty and geological wonder of Utah’s first national park with National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Zion National Park. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map combines unmatched detail with useful information to help you get the most from your visit, including a chart detailing the extraordinary geology of Zion and a companion hiking timetable for the popular Zion Narrows. Key areas of interest featured on this map include: 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.

With nearly ninety miles of mapped trails, trail summaries, and information about camping, lodging, and shuttles, the Zion National Park map will prove an invaluable tool on your journey. Trails are clearly marked and include mileages between intersections. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and major lakes. Some of the many recreation features include: campgrounds, trailheads, parking lots, designated campsites, and interpretive trails.

Zion National Park Trail Map

Follow the paths where ancient native people and pioneers walked. Gaze up at massive sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and red that soar into a brilliant blue sky. Experience wilderness in a narrow slot canyon. Zion’s unique array of plants and animals will enchant you as you absorb the rich history of the past and enjoy the excitement of present day adventures. 

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