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Start on the right foot, and let your map help you from there.
- Escalante Canyons map covers BLM - Escalante Resource Area, Dixie National Forest, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area; Box Hollow Wilderness Area, Death Hollow Natural Area and Wolverine Petrified Wood Natural Area; Boulder Town, Escalante, and Devils Garden; Fiftymile Bench, Escalante Canyons and surrounding area, Escalante River and northwest Lake Powell
- Moab South map covers carefully researched trails, campsites, BLM roads, the Colorado Riverway and Colorado River mileages, points-of-interest, the town of Moab, Dead Horse Point State Park, Behind the Rocks WSA, Hurrah Pass, Canyonland's White Rim, and Moab to Canyon Rims Recreation Area (detailed Trail Charts describing the Mountain Bike and Jeep Trails are included)
- The Zion map covers the popular Zion Narrows with a companion hiking timetable, plus Kolob Canyons, La Verkin Creek Trail, Hop Valley Trail, Wildcat Canyon, the West Rim Trail, park headquarters, Floor of the Valley Road, East Rim Trail, Telephone Canyon Trail, and the Virgin River
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love National Geographic Maps. They stay in one piece, even if it's wet and rainy. I also find them to be accurate and updated. Definitely needed for those more unmarked areas. I have the Escalante Canyons Map. It's awesome.
Great quality map. Waterproof and tear resistant material is very nice especially when it's thrown about in a pack or your pocket. I used the " Escalante Canyons" map on my recent trip to Coyote Gulch, Utah. It came in very handy as that place is very unmarked and in the middle of nowhere. I realize now I should have gotten the the Glen Canyon map, but the Escalante still had what I needed for that trip.
Highly recommended! They make them for just about anywhere!
Heavy-duty and waterproof, this map is perfect for use in the backcountry. I love the addition of trailhead markers and popular trail descriptions listed on the map. Easy to read, perfect balance of features and topography.
I do most of my scouting on Google Earth before trips, but if I deviate from the plan it's nice to be able to see what's out there when I'm out in the middle of nowhere.
- Gender: Male
Buy them all and cover your walls, then explore.