National Geographic Sierra Nevada Explorer CD-ROM

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit National Geographic's Sierra Nevada Explorer CD-ROM page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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National Geographic Trails Illustrated Explorer Sierra Nevada Mapping Software includes 10,000 square miles of topographical and recreational information of the Sierras. Includes: Lake Tahoe Basin, Yosemite National Park, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, Pacific Crest Trail, John Muir Trail, Rubicon Trail, Tahoe Rim Trail, and more. National Geographics' easy-to-use TOPO! software is paired with 10 seamlessly combined Trails Illustrated maps to give you the best tool for printing accurate trail maps at home. Trails Illustrated cartographers work directly with local land managers to pinpoint the location of important features such as trails, roads, campsites, trailheads, parking areas, and important facilities. Simply insert the CD and print custom maps with no need to install. Trail highlighter tool calculates accurate distances, creates elevation profiles, and allows 3D fly-throughs. Maps can be customized with symbols, notes, and photos. TI Explorer complements most popular handheld GPS receivers, enabling the import and export of routes, waypoints and tracks

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Interactive Trails Illustrated maps of the popular recreation sites in the Sierras.

- National Geographic

National Geographic Sierra Nevada Explorer CD-ROM


The National Geographic Sierra Nevada Explorer CD-ROM is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 19, 2013 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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