White Mountain National Forest-Range Series
Our "Topographic Map of the White Mountain National Forest" illustrates the entire area in New Hampshire and Maine through contour lines. The map depicts the landscape through elevation, maps all of the rivers and lakes in the mountains, and traces the Appalachian trail.
These maps combine the data of dozens of smaller USGS quadrant maps to form detailed constructions of mountains. Due to the nature of the maps as art pieces, we simplified them by only including natural features; there are no roads, cities or towns, or other man-made elements on the maps except for the trail. Contour lines are closer together, and many times touching each other, in areas of steeper elevation changes.
We print all of our designs ourselves on the highest quality materials made in the USA. We use an award winning Canon ipf8400 printer with their 12 color inkset to get the most vibrant colors that will last a lifetime.
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- Paper-Archival, heavyweight and thick 310g 100% cotton, white art paper with a textured matte surface. Perfect for framing.
- Canvas-Gallery wrapped using heavyweight 400g, archival canvas. It's protected with a satin varnish, and stretched around a 1.5 inch pine wood frame, ready to hang. (No exterior frame)
- Reviews (7)
We absolutely love the wrap! It is very unique and reminds us daily of our favorite home mountain range.
This map was exactly what I was envisioning when I ordered it. High quality printing and high quality paper.
Excellent. I called first with a few questions, they were very helpful. The online purchase was easy, and the subsequent emails were informative. I’ll definitely be shopping here again for gifts and for myself!
Excited to have beautiful, high quality, and what looks like long-lasting prints of some of my favorite places on my wall!
I have loved these maps as gift ideas since the moment I found muirway! I always go back to the website for new, update maps for family and friends. I am hoping you continue to branch out and start making refuges maps, especially in Alaska!