National Geographic Wind River Range South Topographic Map

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A must-have if you're entering from Landers, the National Geographic Wind River Range South topographic map opens access to Wyoming's rugged landscape of glaciers, lakes, meadows, forests and granite.

  • Features

    • Covers the southern section of the Wind River Range of northwest Wyoming
    • The Winds encompass more than 3,500 square miles and are home to the largest glacier in the American Rockies and over 1,300 named lakes
    • Maps hiking, camping, fishing, climbing, snowmobiling and other recreation opportunities
    • Provides trail mileage information to help with planning; steep sections of trail are marked so hikers know what to expect
    • Features data from the Wyoming State Department of Fish and Game on known fish in the lakes; each lake with fish is highlighted to help anglers find just the right spot
    • Includes the Cirque of the Towers, a nearly circular ring of jagged peaks towering over Lonesome Lake
    • Shows the Continental Divide running through the middle of the map, transecting the area on its way from Mexico to Canada
    • Printed on Backcountry Tough waterproof, tear-resistant paper
    • Full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with navigation

    Made in USA.

    From the publisher:
    Other features found on this map include: Atlantic Peak, Big Sandy Lodge, Bridger Wilderness, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Buckskin Crossing, The Bus Trails, Dickinson Park, Fiddlers Lake, Johnny Behind the Rocks, Lizard Head Peak, Louis Lake, Middle and North Fork Popo Agie Rivers, Popo Agie Wilderness, Ray Lake, Red Canyon, Roaring Fork Mountain, Shoshone National Forest, Sinks Canyon State Park, South Pass City, Sweetwater, Washakie Pass, Wind River Peak, Wolverine Peak, Scab Creek and Worthen Meadow Reservoir.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


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    Folded Dimensions

    9.25 x 4.25 inches

    Unfolded Dimensions

    37.75 x 25.5 inches

    Map Scale


    Double Sided





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