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Rocky Mountain National Park Map & Day Hikes [Map Pack Bundle] Trails Illustrated Maps Bundle EVMAPLINK
Rocky Mountain National Park Map & Day Hikes [Map Pack Bundle] $24.95 $30.00
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Maps Thrust skyward by Earth’s forces between 40 and 70 million years ago, then sculpted by three glacial episodes, the Rocky Mountains are "new" in geologic terms, and form one of the world's longest ranges—stretching almost unbroken from Alaska to below the nation's southern border. This two title Map Pack Bundle helps explorers of all levels see everything this astounding park has to offer. The map pack includes an overview map that shows the entire park as well as a Day Hikes map guide. With this combination of maps visitors can feel comfortable planning a trip to a park with options for everyone, from multi-day backpack trips to short hikes near Trail Ridge Road. The Rocky Mountain National Park Day Hikes Topographic Map Guide includes sixteen diverse hikes for all hiking enthusiasts, from the easy, 4.7 mile long Cub Lake Trail to the strenuous, 8.4 mile long Chasm Lake Trail that brings hikers to base of the 14,259 foot Longs Peak. Each hike has a detailed map, a trail profile visualizing the changes in elevation, and a short summary of the interesting features encountered along the trip. Buy the Map Pack and save 15%! The Rocky Mountain National Park and Day Hikes Map Pack includes: Map 200 :: Rocky Mountain National Park Map 1701 :: Rocky Mountain National Park Day Hikes Every Trails Illustrated map is printed on 'Backcountry Tough' waterproof, tear-resistant paper. National Geographic's Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on 'Backcountry Tough' waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.25" Flat Size: 25.5" x 37.75" Scale: 1:50,000 Copyright Date: 2020 Weight: 6 oz Page Count: 50 Zoom 200  1701 Map
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1701 :: Rocky Mountain National Park Day Hikes Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1701 :: Rocky Mountain National Park Day Hikes Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map Thrust skyward by Earth’s forces between 40 and 70 million years ago, then sculpted by three glacial episodes, the Rocky Mountains are "new" in geologic terms, and form one of the world's longest ranges—stretching almost unbroken from Alaska to below the nation's southern border. Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) preserves a small but important neighborhood within this range. Just outside the park, the towns of Estes Park and Grand Lake are the primary hubs before entry and are connected by Trail Ridge Road—one of ten America's Byways in Colorado and a national designated All-American Road. The Rocky Moutain National Park Day Hikes Topographic Map Guide includes sixteen diverse hikes for all hiking enthusiasts, from the easy, 4.7 mile long Cub Lake Trail to the strenuous, 8.4 mile long Chasm Lake Trail that brings hikers to base of the 14,259 foot Longs Peak. Each hike has a detailed map, a trail profile visualizing the changes in elevation, and a short summary of the interesting features encountered along the trip. Some of the must-visit sites in this Topographic Map Guide are: Ouzel Falls and Calypso Falls—two scenic waterfalls in one hike in the Wild Basin; and Lulu City—a historic site within the park where prospectors lived and mined silver and gold during the late 19th Century. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic’s Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: 25.5" x 37.75" Scale: 1:50,000 Copyright Date: 2020 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 48 Zoom 1701 Map
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1305 :: Colorado Backpack Loops South Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1305 :: Colorado Backpack Loops South Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map Colorado is renowned for its outdoor recreational opportunities. One of these pastimes is, of course, backcountry hiking. The Colorado Backpack Loops South Topographic Map Guide covers a dozen backpack loops selected by National Geographic staff for their diversity, remoteness, and inspiring vistas. Each page of the Topographic Map Guide includes a detailed map of the trail with directions to the trailhead from the nearest major town as well as a trail profile with mileages to foreshadow the elevation changes that will be met along the way. GPS coordinates are also provided for strategic points along the trail to help with navigation. The trails are organized by the number of nights backpackers can expect to be in the backcountry, from one to more than three. They range from 10 to 26 miles long with elevation gains from 2,000 to over 9,000 feet. Written descriptions of each trail give an overview of the natural features that will be encountered along the way as well as the length, total elevation gain, and nearest town to each trailhead. This Topographic Map Guide will get you into the wild lands of southern Colorado that most hikers in the country can only dream about. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic’s Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: No Scale: 1:40,680 & 1:63,360 Copyright Date: 2018 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 36 Zoom 1305 Map
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1304 :: Colorado Backpack Loops North Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1304 :: Colorado Backpack Loops North Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map Colorado is renowned for its outdoor recreational opportunities. One of these pastimes is, of course, backcountry hiking. The Colorado Backpack Loops North Topographic Map Guide covers a dozen backpack loops selected by National Geographic staff for their diversity, remoteness, and inspiring vistas. Each page of the Topographic Map Guide includes a detailed map of the trail with directions to the trailhead from the nearest major town as well as a trail profile with mileages to foreshadow the elevation changes that will be met along the way. GPS coordinates are also provided for strategic points along the trail to help with navigation. The trails are organized by the number of nights backpackers can expect to be in the backcountry, from one to more than three. They range from 8 to 25 miles long with elevation gains from 2,000 to over 7,000 feet. Written descriptions of each trail give an overview of the natural features that will be encountered along the way as well as the length, total elevation gain, and nearest town to each trailhead. This Topographic Map Guide will get you into the wild lands of northern Colorado that most hikers in the country can only dream about. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic’s Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: No Scale: 1:40,680 & 1:63,360 Copyright Date: 2018 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 36 Zoom 1304 Map
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1303 :: Colorado 14ers South [San Juan Elk and Sangre de Cristo Mountains] Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1303 :: Colorado 14ers South [San Juan Elk and Sangre de Cristo Mountains] Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map Colorado has the highest mean elevation of any state in the United States. It's home to 58 mountain peaks higher than 14,000 feet—more than any other state in the U.S—making it a mountain sports mecca. "Bagging" these fourteeners is a goal for many Coloradans and visitors to the state—and for some, it's an obsession. The Colorado 14ers South Topographic Map Guide provides the most accurate and convenient set of maps for the fourteeners of the Elk, San Juan, and Sangre de Cristo ranges of southern Colorado. These peaks are generally more difficult than their northern counterparts in the Front, Mosquito, Tenmile, and Sawatch Ranges. Even the easier exceptions, such as Humboldt, Sunshine, Redcloud, and Handies Peaks have their unforgiving slopes. Crestone Peak and Little Bear in the Sangre de Cristos, along with Capitol Peak and the Maroon Bells in the Elk Range, are often in the running when talk turns to the "hardest" fourteener. Given such subjective elements as physical conditioning, skill of party members, weather and season, there is no definitive answer, but all deserve the utmost respect and attention to route finding. Each map page provides accurate trail statistics including trail mileages, total elevation gain and loss, trailhead elevations and elevations at trail junctions, and directions to trailheads. Route information includes climbing class (i.e. difficulty rating) and points of reference along the route. The maps include both 2WD and 4WD trailhead locations for the standard, recommended route. The standard route is the most sustainable route recommended by land managers in effort to preserve the fragile alpine environment of these peaks. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic's Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Peaks found in this map guide include: Elk Range: Capitol Peak, Castle Peak, Conundrum Peak*, Maroon Peak, North Maroon Peak*, Pyramid Peak, Snowmass Mountain San Juan Range: El Diente Peak* , Mount Eolus, North Eolus*, Handies Peak, Redcloud Peak, San Luis Peak, Mount Sneffels, Sunlight Peak, Sunshine Peak, Uncompahgre Peak, Wetterhorn Peak, Mount Wilson, Wilson Peak, Windom Peak Sangre De Cristo Range: Blanca Peak, Challenger Point, Crestone Needle, Crestone Peak, Culebra Peak, Ellingwood Point, Humboldt Peak, Kit Carson Peak, Mount Lindsey, Little Bear Peak * Unofficial 14er - Summit above 14,000 feet, but considered unofficial because the peak does not rise 300 feet above the saddle that connects to a higher peak. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: No Scale: 1:40,680 & 1:63,360 Copyright Date: 2019 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 44 Zoom 1303 Map
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1302 :: Colorado 14ers North [Sawatch Mosquito and Front Ranges] Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1302 :: Colorado 14ers North [Sawatch Mosquito and Front Ranges] Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map Colorado has the highest mean elevation of any state in the United States. It's home to 58 mountain peaks higher than 14,000 feet—more than any other state in the U.S—making it a mountain sports mecca. "Bagging" these fourteeners is a goal for many Coloradans and visitors to the state—and for some, it's an obsession. The Colorado 14ers North Topographic Map Guide provides the most accurate and convenient set of maps for the fourteeners of the Front, Mosquito, Tenmile, and Sawatch ranges of northern Colorado. Almost half of Colorado's fourteeners fall in these ranges, but their proximity to large population centers leave no shortage of hikers on their slopes. Moderate ridges, established trails, and accessible trailheads are the norm on the standard routes, making many of these peaks relatively easy to climb. However, it's important to note that these seemingly gentle giants also have their rugged side—including the north face of Mount Evans, the amphitheater north of Mount Democrat, Ellingwood Ridge on La Plata Peak, and the sheer east face of Longs Peak—placing them among the most challenging alpine experiences in the United States. Each map page provides accurate trail statistics including trail mileages, total elevation gain and loss, trailhead elevations and elevations at trail junctions, and directions to trailheads. Route information includes climbing class (i.e. difficulty rating) and points of reference along the route. The maps include both 2WD and 4WD trailhead locations for the standard, recommended route. The standard route is the most sustainable route recommended by land managers in effort to preserve the fragile alpine environment of these peaks. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic's Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Peaks found in this map guide include: Front Range: Mount Bierstadt, Mount Evans, Grays Peak, Longs Peak, Pikes Peak, Torreys Peak Mosquito, Tenmile Ranges: Mount Bross, Mount Cameron*, Mount Democrat, Mount Lincoln, Quandary Peak, Mount Sherman Sawatch Range: Mount Antero, Mount Belford, Mount Columbia, Mount Elbert, Mount Harvard, Mt of the Holy Cross, Huron Peak, La Plata Peak, Mount Massive, Missouri Mountain, Mount Oxford, Mount Princeton, Mount Shavano, Tabeguache Peak, Mount Yale * Unofficial 14er - Summit above 14,000 feet, but considered unofficial because the peak does not rise 300 feet above the saddle that connects to a higher peak. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: No Scale: 1:40,680 & 1:63,360 Copyright Date: 2019 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 48 Zoom 1302 Map
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1203 :: Colorado Trail Collegiate Loop Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1203 :: Colorado Trail Collegiate Loop Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map The Colorado Trail, Collegiate Loop Topographic Map Guide has been designed as the perfect traveling companion when navigating the Collegiate Loop section of The Colorado Trail. In 2012, the 83-mile Collegiate West route was added to The Colorado Trail as an alternate route to the Collegiate East section, creating the approximately 163-mile Collegiate Loop. The Collegiate Loop Topographic Map Guide starts at the top end of the loop near Twin Lakes Reservoir. The trail tracks south along the eastern slope of Sawatch Range under the watchful gaze of several 14ers (fourteen-thousand foot peaks) until it joins the Continental Divide Trail near Monarch. The trail then turns north along the west side of the Sawatch Range as it crisscrosses the continental divide until finally finishing the loop back at Twin Lakes Reservoir. Each page is centered on the trail and overlaps with adjacent pages so there is little chance of getting lost. Along the bottom of each page is a trail profile that shows the distance between passes, camping areas, and trail access points. The map and trail profile provide a step by step visual guide to hiking the trail, mile by rugged mile. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies including The Colorado Trail Foundation, this map guide provides detailed topographic maps, interesting history, a 15 day itinerary, and a resupply location chart shows distances, and services available at each resupply point. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic's Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: No Scale: 1:75,000 Copyright Date: 2018 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 32 Zoom 1203 Map
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1202 :: Colorado Trail North Monarch to Denver Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1202 :: Colorado Trail North Monarch to Denver Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map The Colorado Trail North Topographic Map Guide has been designed as the perfect traveling companion when navigating the north section of The Colorado Trail. In a state known for its trails, The Colorado Trail is Colorado's premier long distance trail. Conceived in 1973 and completed in 1987, the trail runs 486 miles between Denver and Durango, traversing some of the most spectacular scenery in the state. The Colorado Trail is often started at its north terminus in Waterton Canyon just outside of Denver. When traveling from north to south the trail follows the South Platte River and quickly climbs into the Lost Creek Wilderness. From here the trail crosses into Holy Cross Wilderness near Leadville. The trail then skirts the eastern slope of the Sawatch Range and passes beneath Mount Elbert, the highest mountain in Colorado. Next comes the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness with its multiple 14ers before finally joining with the Collegiate Loop near Monarch Pass. The Colorado Trail from Monarch to Durango is then picked up on the south Topographic Map Guide. Each page is centered on the trail and overlaps with adjacent pages so there is little chance of getting lost. Along the bottom of each page is a trail profile that shows the distance between passes, camping areas, and trail access points. The map and trail profile provide a step by step visual guide to hiking the trail, mile by rugged mile. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies including The Colorado Trail Foundation, this map guide provides detailed topographic maps, interesting history, bike detour maps, and a resupply location chart shows distances, and services available at each resupply point. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic's Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: No Scale: 1:75,000 Copyright Date: 2018 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 44 Zoom 1202 Map
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1201 :: Colorado Trail South Durango to Monarch Map Map Guides EVMAPLINK
1201 :: Colorado Trail South Durango to Monarch Map $11.95 $14.95
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map The Colorado Trail, South Topographic Map Guide has been designed as the perfect traveling companion when navigating the southern section of The Colorado Trail. In a state known for its trails, The Colorado Trail is Colorado's premier long distance trail. Conceived in 1973 and completed in 1987, the trail runs 486 miles between Denver and Durango, traversing some of the most spectacular scenery in the state. When The Colorado Trail is traversed from its southern terminus outside of Durango it climbs steeply into the San Juan Mountains where it stays above 10,000 feet for almost 150 miles with only a single steep decent to the Animas River near Silverton. The highest point on the trail is found in the San Juan Mountains at 13,271 feet. After leaving the San Juan Mountains, the trail travels for a short time below 10,000 feet before once again climbing into the Sawatch Range and joining The Colorado Trail North and Collegiate Loop. Each page is centered on the trail and overlaps with adjacent pages so there is little chance of getting lost. Along the bottom of each page is a trail profile that shows the distance between passes, camping areas, and trail access points. The map and trail profile provide a step by step visual guide to hiking the trail, mile by rugged mile. Expertly researched and created in partnership with local land management agencies including The Colorado Trail Foundation, this map guide provides detailed topographic maps, interesting history, bike detour maps, and a resupply location chart shows distances, and services available at each resupply point. More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic's Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Folded Size: 4.25" x 9.38" Flat Size: No Scale: 1:75,000 Copyright Date: 2018 Weight: 3 oz Page Count: 44 Zoom 1201 Map
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