I don’t do much hiking, but many people that sail do hike, kayak, ski or other outside activities that a good back-country map would be very good to have along.
EAR TO THE GROUND WITH DNR & COMMISSIONER FRANZ
Updated maps popular with hunters, backcountry hikers and others who use public lands for recreation are available now to order online (just in time for Cyber Monday when retailers are expecting some 131 million people in the U.S. to shop online for holiday gifts).
Each of our Public Lands Quadrangle maps covers about 1,600 square miles and details boundaries, trails, water features, access points and other information you’ll want to know when seeking out public lands in Washington State. Our maps are full-color and available only on paper (sorry, no downloadable versions at this time).
The three maps most recently updated cover quadrants near Snoqualmie Pass (including portions of King, Pierce, Kittitas and Yakima counties) and in Chelan, Klickitat, and Skamania counties. An additional map update published earlier this year covers the popular Banks Lake area in central Washington.
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