National Geographic Shenandoah National Park Map
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- National Geographic
National Geographic's Trails Illustrated topographical maps, based on USGS information, are designed to take you into the wilderness and back. They show all trails, campsites, and recreational features, plus relevant information on wildlife history, geology, and archaeology.
National Geographic Shenandoah National Park - Closeout - Rich in human history and wildlife, Shenandoah National Park is truly one of the jewels of the East. Located in northern Virginia, Shenandoah is an easy drive from the Washington, D.C., metro area. Park trails lead to sweeping views, rushing waterfalls, and historic points. With over 196,000 acres (79,000 of them designated wilderness), Shenandoah offers a wide variety of hikes for all abilities. Recently updated, Hiking Shenandoah National Park provides detailed descriptions and maps of 59 of the best hikes in the park. From easy day hikes to strenuous backpacking trips, this guide will provide you with all the latest information you will need to plan virtually any type of hiking adventure in the park. Hiking Shenandoah is divided into sections according to the park's three districts: North, Central, and South. Each hike description includes the distance, level of difficulty, elevation information, a trail map, and a detailed narrative of the hike. This guide also includes overview maps and comprehensive information on backcountry safety, minimum impact techniques, and the park's human and natural history. Don't forget to include Hiking Shenandoah on your next adventure in the park Paperback: 200 pages, Publisher: Falcon; 3rd edition (January 1, 2006), Language: English, ISBN-10: 0762734140, ISBN-13: 978-0762734146.
- Massey's Outfitters
Shenandoah National Park was established as a national park in 1935. Much of the land was seized from private land owners in order to establish the park. With flora and fauna being protected by the federal government, this area was allowed to once again grow wild and free. The map includes Shenandoah National Park in its entirety, wilderness areas, Rapidian Wildlife Management Area, Overall Run Waterfall, Whiteoak Canyon Waterfall, Cedar Run Waterfall, Rose River Waterfall, Dark Hollow Waterfall, Lewis Waterfall, South River Waterfall, Doyles River Waterfalls #1 and #2, Jones Run Waterfall, the citis of Front Royal, Waynesboro, Harrisonburg, Shenandoah, Elkton, Grottoes,and Charlottesville, George Washington National Forest, the Appalachian Trail, Shenandoah River, Skyline Drive, and much more. Includes UTM grids for use with your GPS unit.
- Rocky Mountain Trail