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822 Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams (Gifford Pinchot National Forest) Trail Map

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Overview

• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map


Mount St. Helens is an active volcano in Washington’s Cascade Range. Neighboring peak Mount Adams is the second highest summit in Washington after Mount Ranier. Explore the beauty and geological wonder of these magnificent mountains with National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map features key areas of interest including Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument; Trapper Creek Wilderness; Swift Reservoir; Salmon, Cispus, and Lewis rivers; and Yale, Coldwater, and Spirit lakes.


This map can guide you off the beaten path and back again with miles of mapped trails including a portion of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail. Helpful information on Mount Margaret, Indian Heaven Wilderness, climbing Mount St. Helens, mountain safety tips and more will prove invaluable in your exploration of the region. Many recreation features are noted as well, including interpretive trails, campgrounds, ATV trails, sno-parks, cross country ski trails, and horse camps.


Every Trails Illustrated map is printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation.


Other features found on this map include: Bare Mountain, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Goat Rocks Wilderness, Indian Heaven Wilderness, Little Huckleberry Mountain, McCoy Peak, Mount Adams, Mount Adams Wilderness, Mount Saint Helens, Spirit Lake, Swift Reservoir, Trout Lake, Yale Lake.

Details

  • 4.25" x 9.25" folded; 25.5" x 37.75" fully opened
  • Scale = 1:75,000
  • Map revised - 2010

About Trails Illustrated

More than just a map, National Geographic Trails Illustrated topographic maps are designed to take you into the wilderness and back. Printed on tear-resistant, waterproof material, this map can go anywhere you do. Each map is based on exact reproductions of USGS topographic map information, updated, customized, and enhanced to meet the unique features of each area. The maps include valuable wilderness tips and Leave No Trace guidelines, along with updated trails, trailheads, points of interest, campgrounds, and much more. With a new color palette and stunning shaded relief, backcountry navigation has never been easier.

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Poor Map for Mt. Adams

By Steve W.

from Baltimore MD

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      Comments about 822 Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams (Gifford Pinchot National Forest) Trail Map:

      I bought this map for a climb of Mt. Adams, but the map only shows a portion of the mountain. Unfortunately, the map-maker decided to add a "sidebar" in place of showing the eastern side of the mountain. There are various other "sidebars" scattered throughout the map- almost always in places on the map where you expect to see a map- you know- topo lines, roads, etc. the sidebars all seem to have interesting and pertinent information, but I thought I was buying a map- not a foldable guidebook.

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