National Geographic Grand Junction / Fruita Topographic Map

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Packed with over 500 miles of trails, the Trails Illustrated Grand Junction / Fruita topographic map is ideal for anyone hitting the trails in this outdoor recreation mecca of Colorado.

  • Features

    • Expertly researched map was created in partnership with local land management agencies
    • Features key areas of interest including Colorado National Monument, Lunch Loops and Bangs Canyon, Westwater Mesa, Rabbit Valley, Mack Ridge and Kokopelli Loops
    • Also covers McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area, Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness, Westwater Canyon, Grand Junction, Fruita and parts of Kokopelli and Tabeguache trails
    • Detailed inset of the North Fruita Desert / 18 Road
    • 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
    • 1:35,000 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 2009

    Made in USA.

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