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Explore a state park trail system with the interactive Alaska Mapper - State Parks and Trails. This Service is not updated regularly; please visit trail conditions for the latest condition reports. For more information, visit Alaska Mapper. Visualize trails in 3D by downloading the Google Earth File of a park Download tracks and waypoints of your favorite trails to your GPS with a GPX file Many of these maps can also be found on Outerspatial: Alaska State Parks Trail Guides provide a variety of information about a particular trail or trails. Guides provide access, difficulty, length, and use information. A trail profile illustrates the changes in elevation along the trail. A trail description and image describes the character, special features of the trail, and safety considerations. Also provided is information on park rules and contact information for a particular park area. Page two of the guide provides a detailed trail map for use as spatial reference. Park Visitor Centers may provide limited copies of the guides. Additionally, the maps are available here as pdf files, and can be printed for reference while on the trail. To open pdf files, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader version 5.0 or higher on your computer. Acrobat Reader is available for free off the Internet. Click the Get Acrobat button to go to the Adobe Acrobat web site, follow the instructions and choose the appropriate type of Acrobat Reader for your computer. The maps are large and may take time to download and copy.




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3D animated map of the groomed winter trails (fatbike, snowshoe, Nordic) at the Saint Ives and The Highlands golf courses in Canadian Lakes, Michigan (USA). The full loop is about 8 miles (12.9km) long and the vertical exaggeration is 6X. I am not affiliated with trail or its people but I did ride it yesterday and had a blast.


The South Kaibab - Colorado River - Bright Angel Loop is a 33.2 kmlooped trail that starts and ends in Grand Canyon Village,Coconino County, Arizona.Based on our data, the trail is graded as Extra Difficult.For information on how we grade trails, please click here.Also, check our latest community posts for trail updates. This trail can be completed in approx 3 days. Caution is advised on trailtimes as this depends on multiple variables. For more info, click here.


The National Park Service said the issuing of hike permits was in response to concerns about crowding and congestion on the trail. Hikers must have a permit when accessing any portion of the Angels Landing trail starting on April 1, 2022. (Steve Baron)


Anyone who hikes Angels Landing will be required to have a permit. By spreading out how many people visit the iconic site, visitors will feel less rushed, McPartland said. This lottery will be for permission to hike the trail between June 1 and Aug. 31.


The Angels Landing hike is challenging for all fitness levels, and McPartland cautions hikers to be extra prepared. Most people are unaware that the trail climbs in elevation quickly and gains 1,488 feet. The path is 5.4 miles round trip and can take four hours or longer to complete.


Visitors can apply for seasonal permit lotteries or a different lottery the day before their planned hikes. The cost is $6 to enter any of the lotteries, and successful permit holders will pay $3 per person. These funds will cover costs to manage the lotteries and for additional NPS rangers who will assist visitors and check permits on the trail. Click here to learn when and how to enter the lotteries.


The Angels Landing pilot program will be adjusted needed. The program reflects comments from nearly 1,000 members of the public, park neighbors and other stakeholders. Additional lessons learned were by the NPS metering the number of hikers on the trail in 2019 and 2021. And the information was pulled from the distribution of tickets to use the park shuttle system in response to COVID-19 in 2020.


Entire segmentCraig Layman can offer advice, trip planning, and trail updates. He lives 0.5 miles off the MST (6 trail miles northwest of Waterrock Knob near the Mile High Campground). Craig is willing to help in emergency situations and is a member of the Haywood County Search and Rescue team. He can be contacted at 919-889-4262, laymancraig50@gmail.com, and craiglayman.com.


EB Miles 0.0-42.3; WB Miles 21.4-63.6Craig Layman can offer advice, trip planning, and trail updates. Craig is willing to help in emergency situations and is a member of the Haywood County Search and Rescue team. He can be contacted at 919-889-4262, laymancraig50@gmail.com, and craiglayman.com.


Entire SegmentWesley Sawyer offers food, supplies, and shuttles to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Email Wesley at m.wesley.sawyer@gmail.com at least a day or two in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Miles 21.3-32.6; WB Miles 57.7-69.0Rachel Knoepfel & John Dwyer offer lodging, showers, laundry, and shuttles to long-distance MST hikers who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and local expertise and advice to all MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Call or text Rachel at 757-620-6354 or John at 336-402-3865 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Mile 76.2; WB Mile 13.8Nancy Wilson offers shuttles to and from Sparta or lodging, trail goodies, and local expertise to long-distance MST hikers in this area. Email her at nancy.dexter@gmail.com or call or text her at 336-528-2729, ideally several days in advance, to check availability and make arrangements.


ThroughoutEVTA has recruited volunteers who can assist hikers on this MST segment. Please e-mail trailangels@elkinvalleytrails.org if you need information, a shuttle, or other kinds of help.


EB Miles 54.3-69.3; WB Miles 0.0-15.0Celeste Queen provides shuttle services in this portion of the trail to long-distance MST hikers who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Text her at 336-577-0703 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


Entire SegmentCeleste Queen provides shuttle services in this portion of the trail to long-distance MST hikers who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Text her at 336-577-0703 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Mile 18.5; WB Mile 16.2Betsy Murray offers lodging, laundry and meals to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Call her at 336-708-0770 as far in advance as possible to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Miles 0.0-36.7; WB Miles 27.9-64.6Celeste Queen provides shuttle services in this portion of the trail to long-distance MST hikers who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Text her at 336-577-0703 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Miles 21.5-64.6; WB Miles 0.0-43.1Chris Summerlin offers shuttles, logistics help, and a spare room to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Call or email Chris at (919) 920-9174 or casummerlin@gmail.com at least two days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Miles 27.8-54.1; WB Miles 10.5-36.8Steve Rice offers shuttle service, shelter camping, outdoor shower, and electricity to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Call Steve at 336-509-2788 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Mile 29.0; WB Mile 35.6Matt and Amber Poindexter offer camping, water, showers, meals and mail drops to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Call or text Matt at 336-442-1818 or Amber at 336-407-8716 a day or two in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


Around EB Miles 35.8-46.4; WB Miles 18.2-28.9Steve Huffman offers shuttles and lodging to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Call or text Steve at 336-870-1138 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Miles 46.4-64.6; WB Miles 0.0-18.2Brian Ellis offers back-yard camping, showers, laundry, meals, resupply help, and shuttles to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Contact Brian at 336-210-6290 at least a day or two in advance to make arrangements.


EB Miles 46.4-64.6; WB Miles 0.0-18.2Jon Sherry offers lodging, laundry and shuttles to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Text him at 502-450-3360 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Mile 47.4; WB Mile 17.2Amanda and Joe Castelda offer meals and care packages (snacks, water, toiletries) to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Contact Amanda at amanda.castelda@gmail.com several days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Miles 0.0-14.6; WB Miles 45.1-59.7Jon Sherry offers lodging, laundry and shuttles to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Text him at 502-450-3360 at least a couple of days in advance to check availability and make arrangements.


EB Miles 0.0-14.6; WB Miles 45.0-59.7Chris Summerlin offers shuttles, logistics help, and a spare room to long-distance MST hikers in this portion of the trail. Call or email Chris at (919) 920-9174 or casummerlin@gmail.com at least two days in advance to check availability and make arrangements. 350c69d7ab


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