National Geographic Grand Canyon National Park Map

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Visit National Geographic's Grand Canyon National Park Map page.

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This Trails Illustrated Grand Canyon National Park trail map offers comprehensive coverage of Bright Angel Canyon and the North and South rims.

- REI

Completely redesigned and updated, this map provides an enhanced scale and detail for the highest visitation area of the park surrounding the Grand Canyon South Rim Visitor Center and the Bright Angel Trail.

- EMS

Completely redesigned and updated, the map provides an enhanced scale and detail for the highest visitation area of the park surrounding the Grand Canyon South Rim Visitor Center and the Bright Angel Trail.

- National Geographic

Grand Canyon East (Campmor #23304) and Grand Canyon West (Campmor #23303) combine to cover the entire Grand Canyon National Park and its bordering public lands. Both maps contain detailed and easy-to-read trail and road networks, locations of facilities, points of interest, and highly accurate terrain with thousands of feature names. Official Grand Canyon Backcountry Use Areas are shown, coded by degree of experience required. Suggested hikes and itineraries, important park regulations, safety tips and contact information make these maps an invaluable resource. Printed on waterproof tear resistant paper.Grand Canyon East contains detailed coverage from the park's northeastern boundary at Glen Canyon to the highly visited areas just west of Grand Canyon village on the south rim (Colorado River miles 0 - 142). Approximately 4 1/4" x 9 1/4" folded; 27" x 39" fully openedScale = 1:90,000Map revised - 2009Features Included: Colorado River Miles 0-142, South Rim Visitor Center, Grand Canyon Village, Route 64 Desert View Drive, North Rim Visitor Center, Route 67, Marble Canyon, Paria Canyon, Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Paria Canyon Wilderness, Coyote Buttes, House Rock Wildlife Area, Kaibab National Forest, Saddle Mountain Wilderness, Grand Canyon Game Preserve, Coconino Plateau, Arizona Trail, Great Western Trail, and more. WaterproofTear resistant paperIncludes complete area and emergency info.Grand Canyon West slightly overlaps with Grand Canyon East and contains detailed coverage from the high visitation areas just west of the Grand Canyon Visitor Center to the western boundary of the park at Lake Mead. (Colorado River miles 110-278).

- Campmor