Redwood Hikes Press Trail Maps


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Trail maps
now in print

Redwood National and State Parks

Humboldt Redwoods State Park

Sequoia and Kings Canyon

Skyline Ridge

Big Basin and Castle Rock

Berkeley Hills and Carquinez Strait

Oakland Hills and Pleasanton Ridge

Mount Diablo

Portola Redwoods and Pescadero Creek

Henry Cowell, Wilder Ranch, and Nisene Marks

Mount Tamalpais

Point Reyes


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Sinkyone Wilderness


Ohlone Wilderness

Almaden Valley


Redwood National and State Parks

Fifth edition, 2021

Waterproof printed version — set of two maps

Full-color, double-sided, 26 x 39" maps printed on durable waterproof plastic at 1:25,000 scale

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$18.95 for both maps

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This two-map set covers all of Redwood National and State Parks, including Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, and Redwood National Park.

The map has been extensively revised for 2021. I re-hiked most of the trails in the park to check for changes. Insets of Crescent City, Patrick's Point, and Trinidad have been added. The coastline has been redrawn for greater accuracy, small parking areas (pullouts) have been added, and the readability of the map has been improved by lightening background features.

This is by far the largest-scale and most detailed map of the entire park currently available for purchase. Trail mileages are marked and the map is annotated with the locations of memorial grove markers, footbridges, panoramic viewpoints, and stairs. Since it’s possible to walk for miles without seeing a trail marker, these annotations can help you keep track of your location.

Unofficial trails, service roads, and the area’s extensive network of logging roads are also shown, greyed out to distinguish them from official hiking trails. It’s not recommended that you use these trails, but having them on the map will help you avoid avoid getting lost.

Areas of old-growth redwoods are shaded in dark green, and a UTM grid is provided to help with GPS navigation. Elevation profiles of the park’s most popular trails are included.