National Geographic Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve Topographic Map

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Explore the wild and vast backcountry of the United States' largest national park with this detailed National Geographic Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve topographic map as your guide.

Features

  • Includes recreation and adventure points of interest such as ranger stations, campgrounds, trail shelters, public cabins, restrooms and scenic viewpoints
  • Provides background information on the various public lands in the area, wilderness safety tips, bear encounter guidelines and essential contact information
  • Shows selected waypoints, wooded cover and color-coded boundaries between different land designations
  • Depicts contour lines and elevations; labels peaks, summits and water features
  • 2 insets show detailed access to the Kennicott Valley and Nabesna
  • Full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with navigation
  • Printed on Backcountry Tough waterproof, tear-resistant paper
  • Your purchase helps support National Geographic Society nonprofit's mission of research, education, conservation and exploration

Made in USA.

From the publisher:
At 2 million acres, Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve could fit Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Glacier, Olympic and Yosemite National Parks within its borders—and have plenty of room to spare. Starting from the ocean, it stretches to one of the tallest peaks in North America, Saint Elias at 18,08 ft. 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 1 of only 2 paved roads or use the mapped landing areas, seaplane bases and anchorage sites before continuing your exploration with mapped hiking trails and primitive routes.

The topographic maps features Allen Glacier, Bagley Ice Valley, Barnard Glacier, Bering Glacier, Bering Lake, Bremner Glacier, Bremner River, Cape Saint Elias, Cape Suckling, Chisana Glacier, Chistochina River, Chitina Glacier, Chitina River, Chugach Mountains, Chugach National Forest, Columbus Glacier, Copper Lake, Copper River, Dadina River, Gakona River, Granite Range, Gulkana River, Guyot Glacier, Hanagita Peak, Hawkins Glacier, Heney Glacier, Hubbard Glacier, Icy Bay, Jatahmund Lake, Jefferies Glacier, Kaliakh River, Kanak Island, Kayak Island, Kennicott Glacier, Klutina River, Klutlan Glacier, Logan Glacier, Long Glacier, Lucia Glacier, Malaspina Glacier, Martin River, Martin River Glacier, Mentasta Mountains, Miles Glacier, Miles Lake, Mount Augusta, Mount Bear, Mount Blackburn, Mount Bona, Mount Churchill, Mount Drum, Mount Jarvis, Mount Sanford, Mount Wrangell, Nabesna Glacier, Nizina River, Nutzotin Mountains, Ocean Cape, Oily Lake, Point Manby, Point Riou, Regal Glacier, Robinson Mountains, Root Glacier, Russell Fiord, Russell Fjord Wilderness, Russell Glacier, Saint Elias Mountains, Schwan Glacier, Seward Glacier, Sheridan Glacier, Steller Glacier, Tana Glacier, Tana River, Tanada Lake, Tazlina River, Tebay Lakes, Tiekel River, Tongass National Forest, Tonsina Lake, Tonsina River, Tyndall Glacier, Walsh Glacier, Wernicke Glacier, Wingham Island, Woodworth Glacier, Wrangell Mountains, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Wrangell-St. Elias National Preserve, Yahtse Glacier and Yakutat Bay.
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Technical Specs

Best Use

Hiking

State / Province

Alaska

Folded Dimensions

9.25 x 4.25 inches

Unfolded Dimensions

37.75 x 25.5 inches

Map Scale

1:400,000 & 1:110,000

Double Sided

Yes

Waterproof

Yes

Publisher

National Geographic

Copyright Year

2019

Map Number

249

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