Muir Woods National Monument Annotated Trail Map
Redwood Hikes Press
Because it's only a few minutes' drive from the Golden Gate, Muir Woods is the world's most-visited redwood park and a favorite destination for visitors to San Francisco. Map also includes adjacent portions of Mount Tamalpais State Park and Golden Gate National Recreation Area, plus a detail map of nearby Stinson Beach. With descriptions of eight hikes.
New to Bored Feet.
2006, scale: 1 inch = about 3/16 mile, 40-foot contours, 17" x 22" unfolded, 3-2/3" x 8-1/2" folded. Published by Redwood Hikes Press.
About Redwood Hikes Press Maps
Drawn from newly-acquired GPS data, Redwood Hikes maps offer the greatest level of detail of any redwood park trail map. The maps are designed for day hikers and are drawn at a large scale (1:25000 or 1:12500), focus on a small region, and are a manageable size. Each map also includes photos, brief descriptions, and elevation profiles of popular hikes. The maps also include trail distances, footbridges, memorial groves, stairs, and most switchbacks and other trail features longer than 250 feet.
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