United States Northern Plains Trail Map (#3122)


United States Northern Plains Trail Map (#3122)

United States Northern Plains Trail Map (#3122)

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Overview

There are few nations as vast and spectacularly diverse as the United States of America. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, "America the Beautiful" offers boundless destinations and experiences for travelers seeking outdoor adventures, small town delights, or the excitement of urban culture.

The United States Northern Plains Adventure Map will guide though a varied landscape, from the high dry plains of the western Dakota's, Nebraska and Kansas through the glacially carved lakes of northern Minnesota to edge of the Mississippi River in Iowa. South Dakota contains the dramatic Black Hills with Mt. Rushmore, North Dakota has Badlands and Theodore Roosevelt National Parks. Nebraska, Kansas, and Iowa are known for their huge skies, rolling farmlands, and sweeping vistas. Minnesota offers endless forests and lakes including those of Voyageurs National Park. The map includes the cities of Bismarck, Fargo, Omaha, Des Moines, Wichita, Minneapolis, and St. Paul. There is simply no better map for exploring the Northern Plains of the United States.

National Geographic's US Adventure Maps provide the most authoritative and convenient travel maps available to plan and guide your USA Adventure. Each map delivers the perfect combination of detail and perspective, highlighting travel routes, topography, and points of interest for those venturing beyond the city centers. Whether you're on a classic American road trip or planning a grand tour to visit several cities or national parks, these maps offer the ultimate geographic resource as only National Geographic can provide.

Every Adventure Map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough - capable of withstanding the rigors of international travel.

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