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.
2015, scale: 1 inch=1 mile, 80 ft. contours.
37-3/4" x 25-3/4" unfolded, 4-3/8" x 7-1/2" folded.
Books and Maps on Related Topics:
Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons: Bishop to Lone Pine by Sharon Giacomazzi
Exploring Eastern Sierra Canyons: Sonora Pass to Pine Creek by Sharon Giacomazzi
Sierra Nevada Topographic Map by Imus Geographics
Mount Whitney; Mountain Lore from the Whitney Store, 2nd Edition by Doug Thompson & Elisabeth Newbold
Gold Fever, Part Three: The Path to Civil War by Ken Salter
Eastern Sierra Hot Springs by George J. Williams III
Mammoth Area Rock Climbs, 4th Edition; The Climbing Guide to the Eastern Sierra — North by Marty Lewis
Wildflowers of the Sierra Nevada by Text & Photos by Steven Hartman
Zuma-Trancas Canyons Trail Map by Tom Harrison
Dipsea & Mountain Play Trail Map by Tom Harrison
The Palisades Map by Tom Harrison
Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail Map by Tom Harrison
Yosemite National Park Map by Tom Harrison
Pinnacles National Park Map by Tom Harrison
Sierra National Forest Recreation Map by Tom Harrison
Dinkey Lakes Wilderness Trail Map by Tom Harrison
The Bodie Hills Map by Tom Harrison
Sierra Starlight: The Astrophotography of Tony Rowell by Tony Rowell, Foreword by Kenneth Brower
Notebooks From the Emerald Triangle by A Novel by Bill Bradd
The Hiker's hip pocket Guide to Sonoma County, 3rd edition by Bob Lorentzen