Mt. Whitney High Country Trail Map
Sequoia Park westside trailheads — Giant Forest, Lodgepole and Mineral King — plus eastside Whitney Portal trailhead lead to Sequoia-Kings Canyon Wilderness including High Sierra Trail, Pear Lake, Kern Canyon, Bearpaw Meadow, Roaring River, Mt. Whitney, Triple Divide Peak, Little Five Lakes, and more. Also Jennie Lake Wilderness, Cottonwood Pass, New Army Pass.
All of Tom Harrison’s wonderful maps to California hiking and recreation areas are shaded-relief topographic maps on waterproof plastic. GPS compatible with complete UTM grid.
2009, scale: 1 inch=1 mile, 80 ft. contours.
37-3/4" x 25-3/4" unfolded, 4-3/8" x 7-1/2" folded.
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