If you’re a skier or snowboarder, you’re intimately familiar with the real-life contours of your favorite mountain resort. You’ve ridden the slopes and admired the beauty of the terrain. Our TOPO Series map of Deer Valley, Utah, turns those memories into art, using USGS data to show the contour lines of the mountains and a dot to represent the resort base. It’s a simple, elegant way to depict the dramatic elevation changes that define a mountain resort. As an art piece, it’s a way to trigger memories—and, perhaps, admire your prowess!
We consider our maps to be works of art, so we print and frame them accordingly. We offer two choices of print surfaces: fine-art archival paper and stretched canvas.
Every map is custom printed. We have no inventory. Only when we receive your order do we produce your print on our 12-color giclée printer, using top-quality archival inks that will never fade.
Fine Art Paper- Museum-quality paper and inks assure sharp details, true colors, and exceptional durability. - 13" x 19" image with 2.5" white border - Final print size 18" x 24" - Archival Paper and Inks - 100% cotton - OBA-Free and Acid-Free - Heavyweight 21.5 mil - Certified to last 100 years
Canvas Gallery Wrap-If you prefer a frameless look, order your map on stretched canvas, which offers a bit more depth and texture. - Archival Canvas - Stretched over a 1.5-inch thick wood frame - Hanging wire installed
Frames - Hardwood frames in Maple, Walnut, or Black-Stained Walnut, handmade to order for your fine art paper print. We send each print to a professional frame shop to be custom framed and are not eligible for return. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. - Real Walnut, not veneer - 2.5" White mat - 7/8 inch face and 1 1/2 inch depth - Clear Acrylite glazing - Hanging wire installed
The TOPO Series of maps show elevation changes in the landscape through contour lines. Each line represents a particular elevation, so you can determine the degree of a slope by how close the lines are to one another (very close lines indicate a steep slope area). The dot on the map represents the base of the ski area. The elevation climbs away from the dot and shows the shape of the ski area from above, as well as the surrounding areas. The elevation and geographic coordinates indicated at the bottom of the map refer to the base of the ski area. The interval distance represents the elevation change between each line.
The maps are based on US Geological Survey topographic maps which were created in quadrant sections. In other words, the USGS created maps that can be pieced together like a mosaic to create the entire US. Our maps use up to 4 quadrants to form a map of the ski mountain area. If there is a vertical and/or horizontal line on our map, they show where two or more quadrants meet.
Every print is made to order in a timely manner and packaged with care.
Please allow the following times for your order to arrive within the USA:
Ground Shipping $6 Flat Rate or FREE on orders over $49 Paper Prints-3 to 7 days Canvas Gallery Wraps-1 to 2 weeks Framed Prints-2 to 3 weeks
UPS 2-Day Air Paper Prints-2 to 3 days Canvas Gallery Wraps-1 week