It’s true you can view our EveryTrail map right in your browser but don’t stop there. We have created a color coded trail map especially for Google Earth viewing with placemarks, photos and even showing the closed trails so you won’t plan your trip only to find the trail you wanted to use is closed. :( We encourage you to “Link to” our Google Earth file so Google Earth will reload with the latest version every time it launches.
Visit our new Trails and Trail Maps page. We have included more information about our trails and provided links to resources about the public lands our trails cross. You will also find sections about closed trails, parking areas and historic buildings.
In the maps section you’ll see instructions on how to make the most of the EveryTrail map, how to use the Google Earth link, and how you can upload placemark photos to Panoramio, photo companion site to Google Earth. View our trails in an amazing 3D flight with the Tour of Trail System that plays like a video right in Google Earth.