Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail Map
The latest information on this immense and gorgeous 229,000-acre Sierra Nevada Wilderness, which covers much of the Eastern Sierra south of Tuolumne Meadows, Saddlebag Lake, Lee Vining and Tioga Pass Road and some of the Western Sierra between Yosemite National Park and Kings Canyon National Park. Covers from Lake Thomas Edison in the south to Lee Vining in the north, and from Merced Lake and Chiquito Pass area in the west to Mammoth Lakes, Mono Craters and Silver Pass in the east.
All of Tom Harrison’s wonderful maps to California hiking and recreation areas are shaded-relief topographic maps on waterproof, tear resistant plastic. GPS compatible with complete UTM grid.
2010, scale: 1:79,200 (1"=1.25 miles) Contour interval 80 feet, unfolded size: 25" x 38", folded size: 4" x 7.5". Published by Tom Harrison Maps. ISBN 978-0-9818344-2-9.
Books and Maps on Related Topics:
Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons: Bishop to Lone Pine by Sharon Giacomazzi
Sierra Nevada Topographic Map by Imus Geographics
Mount Whitney; Mountain Lore from the Whitney Store, 2nd Edition by Doug Thompson & Elisabeth Newbold
Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons: Sonora Pass to Pine Creek by Sharon Giacomazzi
Eastern Sierra Hot Springs by George J. Williams III
Gold Fever: San Francisco 1851 by Ken Salter
A Day in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest by Photographs by Dennis Flaherty, Essays by Mark A. Schlenz
Zuma-Trancas Canyons Trail Map by Tom Harrison
Yosemite National Park Recreation Map by Tom Harrison
The Palisades Trail Map by Tom Harrison
Dipsea & Mountain Play Trail Map by Tom Harrison
Pinnacles National Park Map by Tom Harrison
Sierra National Forest Recreation Map by Tom Harrison
Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Trail Map by Tom Harrison
Hetch Hetchy Trail Map by Tom Harrison
The High Sierra of California by Poems and Journals by Gary Snyder, Woodcuts by Tom Killion
Yosemite Adventures; 50 Spectacular Hikes, Climbs and Winter Treks by Matt Johanson, Foreword by Hans Florine
Walk the Sky; Following the John Muir Trail by Photography by John Dittli, Essays by Mark Schlenz