Topographic & trail map of Humphreys Peak, Sunset Crater, Walnut Canyon (NPS) and several other quadrangles in the Coconino National Forest.
The map is based on US Forest Service 7.5 minute quadrangles. These USFS topo quads were updated in January 2016, so you have the latest maps possible.
eπ Maps — Hiking responsible since 2015. eπ Maps is powered by Mapbox and use Mapbox GL with high performance vector based maps.
— Use your GPS to see your location on the trail
— Topo/contour and Trail Maps
— Pan to move
— Pinch to zoom
— Use two fingers to rotate
— Double-tap to zoom in one level
— Two-finger single-tap to zoom out one level
— Double-tap, long-pressing the second, then pan up and down to "quick zoom" (one hand mode)
Publisher assumes no liability for safety or condition of roads or trails. Map is not intended for navigational use and is not represented to be correct in every aspect. Consult federal, state, and local laws for current regulations.
This application and its supporting data are provided as a free service to hikers and bikers. We believe the information, its presentation and the computations based upon it are accurate but they may contain errors. This application and its supporting data are distributed in the hope they will be useful, but are conveyed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY and without implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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