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12T Jasper, Best of - Gem Trek (Mapa de Trekking)

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Gem Trek Publishing
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Descripción:

Mapa-Guía de Trekking y Turismo en las Rocosas Canadienses.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
Lo mejor de Jasper.
Mapa y Guía.
Escala: 1:35.000.
2006 - 4ª edición.
This map is designed for people who are only going to be in Jasper for one to three days, and want to know what the highlights are and how to find them.

On the front is a 1:35,000-scale detailed topographic map of the Jasper townsite area, which covers the entire network of trails on Pyramid Bench, Maligne Canyon to the northeast, and the Valley of Five Lakes to the south.

All the hiking and biking trails are labelled and distances are marked. Contour interval on the map is 25 metres (80 feet).

On the back of the map are descriptions of recommended sights, museums and scenic drives in the Jasper area, with hours of operation and admission fees noted to make it easier to plan your day. We''ve also included a hand-picked list of the best six walks and day hikes in the area, noting the highlights of each trail, as well as distance, elevation gain and directions to the trailhead.

Six color photos and three inset maps, including a town map of Jasper, accompany the descriptions of sights and hikes on the back of the map.

Everything the visitor needs to make the most of their time in Jasper.

In addition to the standard features, this map also includes:

contour lines at 25-metre intervals (80 feet).
traditional topo colors - green for treed and white for untreed areas.
full color on both sides.
printed on paper.


- contour lines - see individual maps for contour intervals
traditional topographic colors on some maps, relief shading on others - see individual maps for details.
- hiking trails - with trail names and trail distances marked.
- mountain biking trails - with trail names and distances marked.
- cross-country ski trails - shown on the Canmore & Kananaskis Village, Kananaskis Lakes and Bragg Creek maps.
- hydrology- rivers, rapids and falls.
- mountain names, plus elevation in metres and feet.
- glaciers.
- frontcountry campgrounds.
- backcountry campgrounds - designated with the Parks Canada numbering system.
- lodges.
- alpine huts and hostels.
- warden or ranger cabins.
- points of interest and attractions.
- picnic areas.
- highway viewpoints.
- ski areas and golf courses.