Update for latest OpenStreetMap data. See https://tods-topos.fitchfamily.org/#releases for complete change list.
Arroyo Trabuco from about I-5 north to O'Neill Regional Park. Part of the Orange County hiking collection. Tod’s Topos are topographic maps specifically designed for hiking, camping and other backcountry use. These maps show: • Terrain using contours enhanced by hill and slope shading. • Trail distances. • Campgrounds. • Trail heads. I started making these maps for my own use when I was unable to find maps that suited my needs for hiking. The USGS 7.5 minute quadrangle maps (“quads”) I had used for years were dated and don’t show current conditions. New trails have been constructed, trails have been re-routed, etc. The current “US Topo” maps often don’t even show hiking trails. And other custom map vendors seem to focus on the popular National Parks. Once I started making and using my own maps others I hike with or other trail maintenance volunteers asked for copies. This led me to think there might be some demand for these maps. For more information and to see the difference between Tod’s Topos and USGS and US Topo maps please visit https://tods-topos.fitchfamily.org/
Price: $ 1.99 USD
Vendor: Tod’s Topos
Activities: Hiking, Cycling
Size: 26.9 MB
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