Digital and Pocket Size Paper Recreation Maps of Colorado
Pocket Pals offers trail and recreation maps for Colorado including: Colorado's 14er maps and Pikes Peak region maps (Garden of the Gods Park, North Cheyenne Canon Park, Red Rock Canyon Open Space, Section 16, Intemann & Barr trails, plus hundreds more).
Designed, Produced and Printed in Colorado!
* Our maps are pocket-sized when folded and are a handy size when opened up so that they are easy to use out on the trails.
* All of our maps show every trail in a specific area so that you can see how they are all interconnected. This will help you to plan your own unique adventure.
* Most of our maps show waypoints, or landmarks along the trails to help keep you on track.
* One of our missions is to "GIVE BACK" to Colorado trail, open space, park, conservation and restoration non-profits. Every year we donate ~15% of our profits to over a dozen of these organizations.
This is a great set of maps that fill a much needed niche for hikers, mountain bikers and trail runners. They offer excellent detail and coverage in a very usable size and scale. Trails are easy to read and offer numerous landmark descriptions.
* These maps are easy to use out on the trail. They fold up small enough to fit in virtually anything with a pocket, and unfold to just the right size to be easily read without turning into a massive wind sail. They are waterproof and durable as advertised.
* The perfect companion for beginner, novice and advanced hikers alike. There are so many gorgeous trails to enjoy - why not be prepared by knowing exactly where you are going. These accurate maps will help you enjoy your hike with confidence.
Colorado is well known for its beautiful aspen trees, with quaking leaves that change from green to vibrant yellow each fall. Colorado's peak time for fall foliage color is usually from mid-September to mid-October and can vary by season, altitude, and the weather. Fall is considered to be one of the best...
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics provides research, education and initiatives so every person who ventures outside can protect and enjoy our world responsibly. The Leave No Trace movement began in the 1960s and 1970s due to the large increase of wilderness visitation following the creation of new recreational...