Part of our exciting new coverage for California’s Sierra Nevada, our Carson-Iceberg, Emigrant & Mokelumne Wilderness Trails Illustrated map details the high use recreation areas of Stanislaus & Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests from Yosemite National Park north to Caples Lake and Markleeville. This popular stretch of the Sierras contains year-round recreation opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts of all interests.
Like all National Geographic Trails Illustrated maps, Carson-Iceberg, is printed on durable waterproof-tear-resistant material which is designed to stand up to whatever conditions you encounter on the trail. Carson-Iceberg was developed in cooperation with the Three Forests Interpretive Association, ensuring the accuracy of information.
Coverage Highlights: • High Use areas of Stanislaus, Eldorado, and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests • Emigrant Wilderness • Hoover Wilderness, including proposed additions • Carson-Iceberg Wilderness • Ebbetts, Carson, Sonora, and Emigrant Passes • Bear Valley, Kirkwood, and Iron Mountain Ski Areas • Grover Hot Springs • Camp Minkalo and Eldorado (BSA) • Portions of the Pacific Crest Trail • Emigrant Trail • California Sno-Park Locations • Hiking, Biking, Horse, Multi-Use, OHV, and Snowmobile Trails • Forest Service Roads with Numbers • Public and Private Land Boundaries • UTM and Lat/Lon Grids and Select Waypoints
Approximately 4.25″ x 9.25″ folded; 26″ x 38″ fully opened
Scale = 1:63,360
Map released – 2009