Yosemite Topo Maps
Yosemite National Park, in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, is the most visited of all the National Parks. Tourists, visitors and campers fill the main valley all year long, with the crowds peeking in mid summer. Autumn is gorgeous, winter is snowy, spring is glorious and summer is grand.
The park has numerous alpine lakes, granite domes, meadows, Sequoia groves and a snow ski resort. Backpacking is popular here, hiking all over, bike rentals w/ miles of paved trails. Plus, the best in big wall climbing. Waterfalls and granite cathedrals tower above the lush, glacier- carved valley. Mighty MERCED RIVER, right through the middle of granite and forests.
Storms of recent have rearranged the landscape inside the valley with a number camping facilities wiped out by the river. Yosemite lost half of the campsites, which dramatically reduced the amount of camping available inside the main valley. Older cabins at Yosemite Lodge are gone. Less camping, but more people means you should make camp reservations early as possible; or search for camping just outside the National Park boundary.
Sightseeing and hiking should be part of your visit to Yosemite Valley. Bring your raft for a float down the river. Stay away from the crowds and take the back roads, with our great selection of Yosemite backcountry maps.
Topographic maps for Yosemite National Park – and outlying regions:
- Yosemite Topo by NatGeo
- Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail Map
- Ansel Adams Wilderness USDA
- Half Dome Map
- Hetch Hetchy Topo Tom Harrison
- Inyo National Forest Map
- Inyo Forest Topo Atlas USDA
- Mono Lake Map
- Tuolumne Meadows Map
- Yosemite High Country Map
- Yosemite National Park Map
- Yosemite NW – Hetch Hetchy
- Yosemite SE – Ansel Adams
- Yosemite SW – Wawona by NatGeo
- Yosemite Valley Trail Map
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