Redwood National and State Parks
Humboldt Redwoods State Park
Sequoia and Kings Canyon
Big Basin and Castle Rock
Carquinez Strait and Berkeley Hills
San Lorenzo Valley
Drawn from newly-acquired GPS data, Redwood Hikes maps offer the greatest level of detail of any redwood park trail map. The maps are designed for day hikers and are drawn at a large scale (1:25000 or 1:12500). Some maps include photos, brief descriptions, and elevation profiles of popular hikes.
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With its vast stands of lush old-growth redwoods, miles of pristine beaches, and glittering redwood-lined creeks, Redwood National and State Parks is the world's best redwood hiking destination. This is a two-map set with complete coverage of the park, including Jedediah Smith, Del Norte, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks on map 1, and Redwood National Park on map 2. Each of the two maps is 25 x 39” and is printed in full color on both sides. 1:25,000 scale. ISBN 978-1-934127-16-2.
Humboldt Redwoods includes some of the world's most impressive redwood groves. This map covers the entire park, including the Rockefeller Forest, which is the largest remaining stand of old-growth redwoods and has been called the world's tallest forest; the Avenue of the Giants, a 30-mile road through the Eel River valley and one of the best-known redwood attractions; and the extensive backcountry. Three smaller neighboring parks are also included. 1:25,000 scale, 26 x 39", full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-18-6.
This map covers the most popular day hiking areas of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, including Grant Grove, Redwood Mountain, the Lodgepole area, Giant Forest, Alta Peak, Bearpaw Meadow, and the floor of Kings Canyon. No other map shows all these areas at this level of detail. The more remote parts of the park like Mineral King, the Atwell and Garfield Groves, and the Eastern Sierra trailheads are not included. 1:25,000 scale, 27 x 39", full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-22-3.
This regional map covers the Skyline Ridge area from Highway 92 to Saratoga Gap. Although not an old-growth area, the map includes several second-growth redwood parks, including Purisima Creek OSP, El Corte de Madera Creek OSP, Huddart and Wunderlich County Parks, and Memorial County Park. Many other parks in the hills above Woodside, Palo Alto, Portola Valley, and Los Altos Hills are also included, such as Foothills Park, Arastradero Preserve, Rancho San Antonio OSP, and Hidden Villa. Click the green bar above to see a preview of the map. 1:25,000 scale, 26 x 39”, full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-20-9.
This regional map includes Castle Rock, Portola Redwoods, Big Basin Redwoods, Butano, and Ano Nuevo State Parks and everything in between. The entire Skyline-to-the Sea Trail is shown, as are the trails that link Big Basin, Butano, and Portola. Click the green bar above to see a preview of the map. 1:25,000 scale, 26 x 39”, full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-21-6.
This regional map includes Tilden, Wildcat, and Briones parks as well as and EBMUD's San Pablo and Briones Reservoirs on one side, and the Carquinez Strait area from Point Pinole to Martinez on the other. Click the green bar above to see a preview of the map. 1:25,000 scale, 27 x 39”, full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-19-3.
Because it’s only a few minutes’ drive from the Golden Gate, Muir Woods is the world’s most-visited redwood park and is a favorite destination for visitors to San Francisco. Includes photos, brief descriptions, and elevation profiles of eight hikes. 1:12,500 scale, 17 x 22”, full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-03-2.
These two parks are adjacent to each other in the mountains of the San Francisco peninsula. Both parks are mainly visited by locals. Although the trail systems of these parks are heavily interconnected, no other map shows both parks complete and on a single sheet. Includes photos, brief descriptions, and elevation profiles of six hikes. 1:25,000 scale, 19 x 28”, full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-10-0.
Features Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, which is located 6 miles outside of Santa Cruz and is very popular among both tourists and locals. The map shows both the main park and the Fall Creek unit, and also includes three smaller parks. Includes photos, brief descriptions, and elevation profiles of eight hikes. 1:25,000 scale, 17 x 22”, full color on both sides, ISBN 978-1-934127-02-5.
San Francisco Peninsula map bundle
Greater Bay Area map bundle