National Geographic Presidential Range / Gorham Topographic Map

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The Trails Illustrated Presidential Range / Gorham Topographic Map provides unmatched detail for outdoor enthusiasts seeking to enjoy the year-round recreational opportunities this area has to offer.

Features

  • Created in partnership with local land management agencies and the Appalachian Mountain Club, this expertly researched map includes helpful contact info, safety tips and more
  • Covers Echo Lake, Crawford Notch, and Grafton Notch state parks, Androscoggin River, Bretton Woods ski area, Silvio O. Conte Wildlife Refuge and Mount Chocorua Scenic Area
  • Also includes a detailed inset of Mount Washington
  • Easy-to-read, yet highly detailed map shows comprehensive trail and road networks, along with designated trails for hiking, horseback riding, biking and more
  • Clearly marked navigational aids with UTM coordinate grids, scale bar and full legend, essential for safely navigating the backcountry with GPS or compass
  • Features key points of interest such as scenic views, campgrounds, trailheads, boat launches and picnic sites
  • Color-coded boundaries for public lands including national parks, national forests, national monuments, ranger districts, wilderness areas, state parks and wildlife refuges
  • 1:70,000 scale
  • Printed in the USA on durable, lightweight, waterproof and tear-resistant material designed to withstand all weather conditions
  • Folded dimensions: 4.25 x 9.25 in.; unfolded dimensions: 37.75 x 25.5 in.
  • National Geographic Maps; copyright 2011

Made in USA.

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Hiking

State / Province

Washington

Map Number

741

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