The Alaska Atlas is just what you need for trip planning and backcountry access in Alaska. It contains topographic maps with unbeatable detail, plus gazetteer information on great places to go and great things to do.
133 pages of maps; 156 total pages
Scale for pages 16-129: 1:300,000 (1" = 4.8 miles)
Scale for pages 130-141 (far northern and western Alaska): 1:1,400,000 (1" = 22 miles)
Contour interval: 200' or 1,000 depending on scale
GPS: Grids and tick marks
Index: Place names and physical features - lakes, rivers, mountains, etc.
Special features: Temperature / precipitation / daylight hours chart; mileage chart, shaded relief map of entire state
Dimensions: 11" x 15-1/2"
Suggested use: In-vehicle for everyday reference, exploring back roads, outdoor recreation - preparation and navigation, business travel, planning vacations and leisure activities, armchair journeys
Map detail includes:
Back roads, dirt roads, trails
Remote lakes and streams
Public lands for recreation
Land use / land cover - forests, wetlands, agriculture
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