Trails Illustrated Map: Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon North: Cascade Locks To Willamette Pass
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The Oregon North Topographic Map Guide follows the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) as it passes through a land of contrasts. After crossing the Columbia River, the trail quickly climbs out of the Columbia River Gorge and settles into a pattern of skirting the enormous cone-shaped stratovolcanoes of the central Cascades. Some, like Mount Hood, are glacier-covered, others like Three Fingered Jack, have craggy tops carved by now melted glaciers. This section of the PCT primarily traverses remote forests with much of the travel in wilderness areas. Highlights of this section include the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and the Mark O. Hatfield, Mount Hood, Mount Jefferson, Mount Washington, and Three Sisters wilderness areas. The PCT spans 2,650 miles from the Canadian border, through Washington, Oregon, and California to the southern terminus on the Mexican border. The famous trail crosses some of the most wild and scenic landscapes of the western U.S., including six national parks, 25 national forests, 48 wilderness areas, the volcanic Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest, the snowcapped Sierra Nevada, and the Mojave and Sonoran deserts.
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- Each PCT Topographic Map Guide includes detailed topographic maps at a scale of almost 1 inch = 1 mile. Each page is centered on the PCT and overlaps with the adjacent pages so there is little chance of getting lost. Along the bottom of each page is a trail profile that shows the distance between shelters, camping areas, and trail access points. The map and trail profile provide a step by step visual guide to hiking the trail, mile by rugged mile. The Topographic Map Guide is built for all levels of hiking enthusiasts, from the day tripper to the multi month 'thru-hiker'. The front pages of the printed Topographic Map Guide include resupply information, camping options, and much more.
- More convenient and easier to use than folded maps, but just as compact and lightweight, National Geographic’s Topographic Map Guide booklets are printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper with stainless steel staples. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation.
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