• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Topographic Map
Grand Canyon West (#263) and Grand Canyon East (#262) combine to cover the entire Grand Canyon National Park and its bordering public lands. Both maps contain detailed and easy-to-read trail and road networks, locations of facilities, points of interest, and highly accurate terrain with thousands of feature names. Official Grand Canyon Backcountry Use Areas are shown, coded by degree of experience required. Suggested hikes and itineraries, important park regulations, safety tips and contact information make these maps an invaluable resource.
Grand Canyon East (#262) contains detailed coverage from the park's northeastern boundary at Glen Canyon to the highly visited areas just west of Grand Canyon village on the south rim (Colorado River miles 0 – 142).
Colorado River Miles 110-278, Havasu Falls, Mt. Trumbull Wilderness, Mt. Logan Wilderness, Parashant National Monument, Kaibab National Forest, Dead Horse Mesa, Timp Point, Hualapai Indian Reservation, Route 103, Kelly Point, Parashant Canyon Route, Joshua Tree Forest, Grand Wash Cliffs, and more.
Grand Canyon West (#263) slightly overlaps with Grand Canyon East and contains detailed coverage from the high visitation areas just west of the Grand Canyon Visitor Center to the western boundary of the park at Lake Mead. (Colorado River miles 110-278).