16 in x 16 in
With a summit at 10,495 feet, Mount Jefferson is the second highest peak in Oregon and one of the state's least-accessible. Situated between Hood to the north and the Three Sisters to the south, Jefferson is a bit more off the beaten path, farther away from the state's largest population centers. The volcano rises rather sharply, looming above the High Desert to the east.
This detailed topographic map showcases the geography of Mount Hood and its surrounding landscape. Shaded relief and 100-foot contour lines. Glaciers are labeled, along with major lakes, streams, peaks, lava flows, and other notable geographic features. Trails are shown, but National Forest and Wilderness boundaries are intentionally excluded in an effort to display only the landscape that is visible on the ground.
This map should not be used for navigation. Hang it up, remember prior adventures, plan new ones, but go get a real trail map before you head for the mountains.
This map is printed on paper with a satin finish, giving it a slight gloss and gently pebbled texture that looks great hung on its own or framed.