Trails Illustrated maps feature in-depth trail and mileage information, topographic terrain, public land boundaries, OHV approved areas, and campsites.
This map is your guide to the extensive western reaches of Grand Canyon National Park, including portions of Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, with detailed trail and contact information, backcountry areas marked, and clear safety information for more treacherous portions. Leaving the most well-known areas of the park, trails become sparse and destinations become more isolated.
The obverse begins just west of the Bright Angel trail and Grand Canyon Village. Areas on the North Rim like the Deer Creek trail and campground are the only accessible areas for many miles along the Colorado River until Havasu Falls, accessible from the Havasupai Reservation by permit only. Further downstream to the west is Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, along with the Mount Trumbull Wilderness north of the river.
The reverse of the map continues west from there, beginning at the Tuweep Campground and Tuckup Trailhead. Starting here, the Colorado River enters Granite Gorge and the Grand Canyon National Park becomes sparse in the way of trails, campgrounds and amenities, with almost all travel taking place on the river. The southern edge of Grand Canyon-Parashant follows the park to the north, with the Hualapai Reservation parallel on the south. Finally, the Colorado meets the Nevada border and enters the Lake Mead Recreation Area to the west.
This map is a good choice for those wanting to float the river or explore the extensive areas of the park only accessible from a handful of access points.
1:90,000 scale (1 inch=1.4 miles) with 100 ft. contour interval. Revised 2019, printed on water/tear-proof synthetic material. $14.95
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