The Adirondack Quickmap from Jimapco in a more handy format, covering the mountains on a laminated, waterproof map at approx. 1:350,000, with enlargements for the most visited areas. On one side is a road map of the Adirondacks covering an area between the Canadian border and highway 90, and extending from the Vermont border to Utica and Rome. The map has relief shading to show the region’s topography, with...
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Fingers Lakes region in the western part of New York State on a laminated, waterproof and tear-resistant road map at 1:316,800 from Jimapco, with on the reverse 14 more detailed maps of main towns. The index also lists places of interest and various local facilities.
Laminated folding road map of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Includes expanded areas of Eastern MA/Boston, downtown Boston, and major metro areas of each state. Points out amusement parks, breweries, campgrounds, colleges, ski areas, golf courses, historic sites, parks, and other points of interest.
Albany, NY on a double-sided map from Jimapco combining a street plan of the city and its immediate surroundings with a more detailed enlargement of downtown Albany, plus a road map Albany County covering of a wider region around the city.
The Adirondacks and the north-eastern part of New York state at 1:1:389,220 on a detailed, extensively indexed road map from Jimapco, highlighting numerous recreational facilities, plus enlargements for main towns.
Bennington and Rutland Counties in Vermont on a double-sided, indexed map from Jimapco combining several street plans of local towns with a road map of the two counties and enlargements for selected areas.
Hudson Valley from New York City northwards to Albany on, laminated, waterproof and tear-resistant road map from Jimapco. The index includes places of interest and the central part of the valley is presented enlarged to show more detail.
The seacoast of Maine shown in three sections on a double-sided, indexed, laminated map from Jimapco at 1:270,000, with seven insets providing enlargements to show the most popular areas in greater detail.