TRAILS ILLUSTRATED MAP
wodoodporna mapa turystyczna wydawnictwa
w skali 1:100 000
numer mapy 903
The northern part of the Jasper National Park on a double-sided, contoured, GPS compatible recreational map at 1:100,000 from the National Geographic printed on light, waterproof and tear-resistant synthetic paper. Coverage extends along the Icefields Parkway from Jasper Village and the Yellowhead Highway to the northern boundary of the park.
This title is part of a series of four recreational maps of the Banff and Jasper National Parks from the National Geographic Society. Each map is double-sided to cover a wider area. Topography is very vividly presented by contours at 30m intervals enhanced by relief shading and altitude colouring. Heights are given both in feet and metres. Boundaries of the region’s numerous protected areas indicate their official status, from national parks to provincial natural areas.
Road network shows improved roads, routes requiring high clearance vehicles and restricted access administrative roads. The marking for maintained trails differentiates between routes for hiking and horse riding and those also suitable for bikes. The trails are annotated with distances in both miles and kilometres. A very wide range of symbols highlights local facilities and recreational areas: different types of accommodation including campgrounds, cabins and hostels, parking and picnic areas, trailheads, horse riding facilities, boat tours, etc. The maps have a 1-km UTM grid plus latitude and longitude crosshairs at 10’. Each title also includes general information about the region, safety tips, and useful contact details.