America’s famous Four Corners region, the only spot in USA where four states meet, presented by the National Geographic in their Destination Map series with highlighting for protected areas and tourist notes, plus on the reverse four separate thematic maps on different aspect of this fascinating region.
Printed on light, waterproof and tear-resistant synthetic paper, the map is centred on the Four Corners Monument, the meeting point of Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. Coverage extends north to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison NP, east to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, west to the Gran Canyon Village and south beyond the Highway 40 linking Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Flagstaff.
Relief shading provides an excellent picture of the terrain; various types of protected areas (national/state parks, forests, etc) and the region’s numerous Indian Reservations are indicated by the colour of their borders. Road network is graded in six types, including unpaved roads. Symbols highlight various places of interest, many annotated with brief notes. The map has latitude and longitude lines at 1° intervals.
The reverse side has four separate maps, each designed to present a different aspect of the area: archaeology, outdoor recreation, water and geology, plus art, music and culture. There is also a table showing facilities in the national parks, plus travel tips.
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