National Geographic Harriman, Bear Mountain and Sterling Forest State Parks Trail Map
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The Trails Illustrated Harriman, Bear Mountain and Sterling Forest trail map from National Geographic offers detailed coverage of these beautiful state parks in New York.
National Geographic's recreational map of Harriman/Bear Mountain/Sterling Forest State Parks is a two-sided, waterproof map designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts with unmatched durability and detail.
- National Geographic
The Nat Geo Trails Illustrated map presents the most comprehensive coverage of the Harriman Bear Mountain and Sterling Forest region in New York. Map revised 2011.. . . . National Geographic's recreational map of Harriman/Bear Mountain/Sterling Forest State Parks is a two-sided, waterproof map designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts with unmatched durability and detail. The front or south side of the map includes the southern portion of Harriman and Sterling Forest State Parks, stretching from the New Jersey border and the southern tip of the Ramapo Mountains north to Mombasha Lake and Lake Tiorati. The back of the map shows the northern half of the two parks and Bear Mountain State Park on the Hudson River. Approximately 4.25 x 9.25 in. folded; 26 x 38 fully opened. Scale: 1:70,000 (1 inch = 1.1 miles). This map was created in conjunction with local land management agencies and is loaded with valuable recreation information. Trails Illustrated maps are expertly researched and frequently updated, and printed in the United States on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant, and trail tough. Loaded with valuable safety tips, guidelines for outdoor recreation, park contact information and more, the map also includes a UTM and Latitude/Longitude grid, as well as selected waypoints and a scale bar for easy and accurate navigation. Features clearly marked trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and more; detailed topography and clearly defined, color-coded boundaries of state parks, national recreation areas, wilderness areas, marine sanctuaries, and wildlife refuges; hundreds of points-of-inter