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Wilderness Press

Map San Gabriel Mountains

Map San Gabriel Mountains

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Find Your Way in Southern California's Beautiful Hiking Region

The San Gabriel Mountains lie between the Los Angeles Basin and the Mojave Desert. They encompass parts of the Angeles and San Bernardino national forests. Several hundred miles of trails crisscross the vast area. Discover the best of it all with this four-color topographic map. The large, beautifully detailed map is 38.25 x 18.75, and it contains all the details you need to explore.

On one side, the map features a view of the vast region--from the Santa Monica Mountains to the San Bernardino Mountains and up to the San Andreas. The other side showcases inset maps of the Big Tujunga area, Crystal Lake area, Liebre Mountain area, Mount Baldy area, and the area north of Pasadena.

This sixth edition of the map shows every major road (along with minor and unpaved roads), and it includes trails, trailheads, campgrounds, picnic areas, forest service stations, waterways, peaks, and more. As an added bonus, the map calls out 100 day hikes and backpacking trips described in the supplemental guidebook Trails of the Angeles (not included).

When you're finished, fold the map back to the convenient size of 4.38 x 7.38. It is lightweight, durable, waterproof, and it fits in your backpack or back pocket. So you can carry it with you on your adventures Use the map alone, or pair it with Trails of the Angeles for even more great information.

Author: Wilderness Press
Publisher: Wilderness Press
Published: 02/02/2021
Binding Type: Folded
Weight: 0.15lbs
Size: 7.10h x 4.20w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9781643590615

About the Author
Wilderness Press has been a leading independent guidebook publisher since 1967. Founded in Berkeley, California, its first publication was Sierra North, considered the authoritative resource for hikers and backpackers in the Northern Sierra Nevada. Since then, Wilderness Press has set the mark for outdoor guidebooks and maps. With its headquarters now located in Birmingham, Alabama, Wilderness Press publishes more than 200 hiking, backpacking, walking, paddling, climbing, how-to, and other outdoor titles all over the country.

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