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Nelles Verlag - National Geographic Maps - Rand McNally

Nelles Verlag - National Geographic Maps - Rand McNally

There's a great National Geographic map for every wall! National Geographic Maps are classic, detailed and an amazing addition to any wall, be it for home, classroom or office.  Continue browsing our selection below.
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  1. Poundre River
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    Poudre River and Cameron Pass, Colorado, Folded Map by National Geographic

    Outdoor enthusiasts looking to enjoy the pristine areas in southern Roosevelt National Park will find National Geographic's Trails Illustrated map of Poudre River and Cameron Pass an essential travel companion. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, Colorado State Parks, the Bureau of Land Management and others, this map will guide you along the trails, over the peaks and across the rivers as you enjoy your adventure or recreation activity. Included in this map are the areas of Comanche Peaks and Rawah Wilderness, Bull Mountain, Bliss State Wildlife Area and more.

    $11.95
  2. Arkansas River - Salida to Canon City
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    Arkansas River, Salida to Canon City, Colorado Fishing and River Map by National Geographic Maps

    The Arkansas River, Salida to Canon City Fishing & River Map Guide is designed to be the perfect companion to anyone recreating on this section of the Arkansas. From Salida to Canon City, the Arkansas River cuts east through a series of high desert canyons collectively known as Bighorn Sheep Canyon and the Royal Gorge. Along the way, it covers 56 river miles and drops 1,700 feet in elevation. The geology of this reach varies greatly, with canyons confining the channel from Salida to Howard, Coaldale to Lone Pine, and Texas Creek to Parkdale. Between these, the terrain opens up, with the river typically becoming broader and the current velocity less. The final stretch, the Royal Gorge, is a Class IV+ chasm that is only accessible by boat and is not known for its fishing.

    $14.95
  3. Fish River Canyon National Geographic Folded Map
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    Fish River Canyon and the Richtersveld Folded Map by National Geographic

    National Geographic's Fish River Canyon and the Richtersveld Adventure Map is a complete travel guide for adventure travelers exploring these unique areas in southern Africa. This expertly researched map delivers unparalleled content, unlike any traditional road map. The map's front side has extensive detail of the area, including topographic information, a detailed road network with distances, including 4x4 routes, hiking trails and pinpointed campsites, chalets, visitor centers and scenic viewpoints. Also included are overviews of Richtersveld National Park and Fish River Canyon and information about each one's trail system. In addition, there is a regional map of Luderitz Peninsula and local maps for Kolmanskop, Keetmanshoop and Springbok.

    $14.95
  4. National Geographic New River Blueway Folded Map
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    New River, Blueway, Folded Map by National Geographic

    The New River (Kanawha) flows north for over 250 miles from its origination in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and snakes through the mountains, rolling hills, and farmland in Virginia, and then rolls on to the steep gorges of West Virginia's coal country. National Geographic's Trails Illustrated map of New River Blueway is designed to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts by combining valuable information with unmatched detail of this ancient river and surrounding areas. Created in partnership with local land management agencies, this expertly researched map highlights key areas of interest including Mount Jefferson State Natural Area; New River Trail State Park; Shot Tower Historic Park; and New River, Bluestone, and Claytor Lake state parks. A detailed inset of New River Gorge is provided in the print version of this map.

    $11.95
  5. Buffalo National River - East
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    Buffalo National River, East, Arkansas, Map by National Geographic

    Flowing freely for 153 miles in northern Arkansas, the wild and fully protected Buffalo River was the first National River to be designated in the United States. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the National Park Service and others, National Geographic's Trail Illustrated map of Buffalo National River East provides extensive detail of the middle and lower sections of the river as well as the surrounding areas. Shown with mileage markers, the map's coverage of the river begins at mile 66, just before Mount Hersey, and follows the river to its confluence with the White River at mile 153. Pinpointed along the way are river access points, campgrounds, visitor centers, parking areas and other facilities and recreational points of interest.

    $14.95
  6. Rand McNally USA, Eastern Travel Map

    How do you navigate without a Rand McNally map? A must-have for all who drive, full-color regional Rand McNally Folded Maps contain mileage charts and mileage logs which show distances between major points.
  7. Stanislaus National Forest, Map 808 by National Geographic Maps
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    Stanislaus National Forest, Merced and Toulumne Rivers, Folded Map by National Geographic

    Trails Illustrated Merced and Tuolumne Rivers is the third of five exciting new maps for the California Sierra Nevadas that will combine to form seamless coverage of the high-use National Forest areas between Sequoia / Kings Canyon National Parks and Lake Tahoe. This region contains some of the most visited backcountry in the United States, popular with hikers, mountain bikers, anglers, hunters, and winter sports enthusiasts.

    $11.95
  8. South Platte River Guide
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    South Platte River, Middle Fork, Colorado Fishing and River Map by National Geographic Maps

    The South Platte River (Middle Fork), Alma to Elevenmile Canyon Reservoir Fishing & River Map Guide is designed to be the perfect companion to anyone recreating on the upper reaches of the Middle Fork of the South Platte. In the upper reaches of the South Platte basin, the Middle and South Fork (above Antero) are classic freestone streams (with beaver ponds) that are consistently inconsistent with regard to flow, water temperature, clarity, hatches, and many other variables such as freezing up during the winter months. In comparison, the tailraces (i.e. below Antero and Spinney Mountain Reservoir) are much more predictable, providing anglers with a consistent year-round fishery. This Fishing & River Map Guide includes the area between Spinney Mountain and Elevenmile Reservoirs known as the "Dream Stream", known for producing some of the biggest trout in the country.

    $14.95
  9. Ozark
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    Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Folded Map by National Geographic

    A comprehensive, two-sided topographic map of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Includes comprehensive river and trail mileages, campsite and recreational points-of-interest, and trail descriptions for the Ozark Trail, Pioneer Forest Lands, Montauk State Park, and State Conversation Areas. Insets provide information on local hunting, fishing, ATV, equistrian, and spelunking regulations. Printed on 100% plastic material which is waterproof and tear-resistant, ideal for backpacking or river trips. Map includes UTM, Lat/Lon grids, and declination information for use with GPS or compass. 

    Published with the assistance of Eastern National, a nonprofit association that supports Ozark National Scenic Riverway's interpretive program through the sales of books and other materials.

    $11.95
  10. Arkansas River
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    Arkansas River, Leadville to Salida, Colorado Fishing and River Map by National Geographic Maps

    The Arkansas River, Leadville to Salida Fishing & River Map Guide is designed to be the perfect companion to anyone recreating on the upper Arkansas. On the upper river, there is a great distinction to be drawn between the waters above and below the confluence with Lake Creek. This is partly one of topography-above this point the river is largely an oxbowed meadow stream, while below it flows through the steep and confined channel of the Granite Gorge and on through the several canyons that follow. But it is also differentiated by its hydrology-the flow through the Hayden Meadows reach above Lake Creek is almost totally natural, with a short but intense spring runoff, while the river below that confluence is augmented by releases of water from both Twin Lakes and Turquoise reservoirs. As a result of these impoundments, higher flows are common below Lake Creek in general and throughout the summer in particular.

    $14.95
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