Wilderness hikers take note:
You cannot assume a wilderness trail will be passable or followable!
Wilderness trail usability ⇒ trailmap line width
Extreme drought - historically "perennial" water sources may not be reliable
To download GPX files for individual trails, camps, or water sources,
(Please note its copyright restriction to individual use, i.e. its data is not to be promulgated to a public source such as AllTrails or OpenStreetMap.)
Disclaimer: the provided information is believed the best available but can contain errors.If you have something to contribute or find an error, you can send an email to Jack Glendening at: or post to the Trailmap Forum. Trailmap additions or corrections will be credited.
This information is provided 'as is', without any warranty of any kind.
The information and data on this website are copyrighted by John W. Glendening. You may freely search, view, download and print the documents and information contained on this site for personal and non-commercial purposes. Public use of this data must be attributed to Jack Glendening. In particular, it is not to be placed on public websites such as Open Street Map or All Trails by those thieves who would steal from others instead of doing work themselves, yet present that work as being theirs.  GPX file copyright