The Pacific Crest Trail: 2,583 Miles Across Three States
Download free trail maps with mile markers on USGS 7.5 minute topographic base maps to your GPS device. There's 257 pages of maps, metrics and charts... Start planning your hike at the Pacific Crest Trail
CA (Trail #001 ... #164)
1,648.56 mi (2,653.10 km)
699.22 h (29.13 days)
OR (Trail #165 ... #208)
444.08 mi (714.68 km)
198.49 h (8.27 days)
WA (Trail #209 ... #257)
490.64 mi (789.61 km)
231.23 h (9.63 days)
The Appalachian Trail: 2,136 Miles
This 2,136 mile trail is documented on 212 pages of maps, metrics and charts, including elevation, gradient and calories. The Appalachian Trail
The Tahoe Rim Trail: 165 Miles
The Tahoe Rim Trail is a 165 mile circular trail around Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada and Carson ranges of California and Nevada. The Tahoe Rim Trail
Grand Canyon Hiking Trails
The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide, more than a mile deep and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Grand Canyon Trails
Smartphone Trail Apps
Have you ever wondered why every trail app is inacurate and often completely erroneous at remote locations? GPS coordinates (points) recorded by smartphone trail apps at remote locations and uploaded to the Web are inaccurate, erroneous spam.
Free GPX Trail Analysis
Do you hike, bike, ski, run or walk with a GPS receiver, sports watch or smartphone? Analyze your performance with the most accurate, comprehensive, free trail analysis available on the Web. Upload your GPX trail
Download Free Topo MapsTopo Maps are Free!
You never need to register or subscribe to download a topographic map. No sign-ups, registration, or other annoying hoops! Just go to a park, trail or campground on this site and we will show you the topo maps that cover the area.
USGS 1:24,000-scale topo maps, also known as 7.5-minute quadrangles, can provide valuable information to anyone hiking or camping in the United States. Each map covers a four-sided area with 7.5 minutes of latitude and 7.5 minutes of longitude. Contour lines on the maps portray the shape and elevation of the land. Campgrounds, trails and water sources are just a few of the many features represented on the maps.
Are you planning to visit a national park? Do you need a free topo map? Check-out these free USGS topo maps: