Mammoth High Country Trail Map

Tom Harrison

Eastside access from Lee Vining and Highway 120 (Tioga Pass Road) south to McGee Creek. Includes June Lakes, Minarets, Ritter Range, Convict Lake, Mono Craters, Devils Postpile, Mammoth Lakes, Agnew Meadows, Thousand Island Lake, eastern Ansel Adams Wilderness, northern John Muir Wilderness, and more.

All of Tom Harrison’s wonderful maps to California hiking and recreation areas are shaded-relief topographic maps on waterproof plastic.


2015. Scale: 1 inch=1 mile, 80 ft. contours. 25-3/4" x 28" unfolded, 4-1/4" x 7" folded
ISBN 978-1-877689-56-7

$10.95

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