National Geographic  Mount Rainier National Park Day Hikes Topographic Map Guide

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Designed for hiking enthusiasts of all abilities, the National Geographic Mount Rainier National Park Day Hikes topographic map guide provides key info on 18 stellar hikes to get you out exploring.

Features

  • Contains detailed maps for 18 of Mount Rainier's finest day hikes—including well-known hikes and some off-the-beaten-path trails
  • Hikes range from easy strolls to strenuous climbs, giving you a sampling of all the park has to offer; together they cover more than 100 miles
  • One-third of the selected hikes are less than 6 miles long, two-thirds are less than 8 miles long, and one hike is 13 miles long
  • Each of the 18 maps includes directions to the trailhead, the total distance to complete the hike and an estimate of the degree of difficulty
  • Maps also provide elevations of key points on the trail, an elevation profile for the hike and a calculation of the hike's total elevation gain
  • Concise trail descriptions will help you find the hikes that best suit your interests, conditioning and available time
  • Printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper
  • Map booklet contains 42 pages
  • Every map purchase helps support the National Geographic Society, an impact-driven, nonprofit organization

Made in USA.

From the publisher:
In 1899, Mount Rainier became the fifth national park and the first to be established after the Forest Reserve Act of 1891 that created the U.S. Forest Service. An active volcano towering 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier is the tallest and most iconic feature in the state of Washington.

From massive glaciers, stunning wildflower-covered subalpine meadows and large stands of old-growth forests, the beauty of this park is undeniable. And, with so many spectacular historical and natural resources, scenic views, and recreational opportunities, Mount Rainier has something for everyone.
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Technical Specs

Item #231951
Best Use

Hiking

State / Province

Washington

Folded Dimensions

9.25 x 4.25 inches

Map Scale

1:31,680

Double Sided

Yes

Waterproof

Yes

Publisher

National Geographic

Copyright Year

2023

Map Number

1715

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