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COVID-19 Status & Maps
Daily status of the COVID-19 pandemic and its relationship to the trails.
Printed Maps & App
Stay found. Stay informead. Our premium printed topographic maps and matching app for a once in a lifetime adventure
OnLine Data Books
Free online data books for your favorite trail, distances, elevation, climate, way points, terrain & fauna
GPS aware Google maps, your location, topo, hybrid, satellite, trail track, way points, road, weather/snow overlays
Active Fires & Smoke
Know before you go! Get the lastest active fire & smoke information for your favorite trail
Get the lastest snow conditions for your favorite trail. Quantity, coverage, SNODAS, MODIS, historical and multi-year comparisons
Create an extensive hike plan easily configurable to your hiking style. Distances, days, resupply, access points, etc
Create your own fully customizable gear list with weight, pricing and divisable by section.
Exhaustive resource for species ranges along your favorite trail. Includes amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles.
Complete Gear Lists
Hundreds of complete gear lists by those that walked the walk.
The big picture. Single elevation profile of your favorite trail.
Search for a journal, create a journal, add/edit an entry, configure your journal, EMail updates, integrated Google trail map, PLB locations and more
Print out your favorite trail to 6 feet high. Elevation chart and resupply locations.
Source for trail and site information or just talk about your favorite trail
Arizona Trail Wall Map
These wall maps are produced at a resolution of 300 dpi for large format printing. Printing these maps at a width of less than 12 inches will result in very small text and will probably be unreadable. Printing at a width of 12", 24" or 36", for most maps, will result in high quality printed map 3 to 12 feet in height! For instance, the PCT map at 24" wide, 150 dpi will result in a 6 foot high wall map.
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