Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail (PNNST) Section 7 Ross Lake to Samish Bay Section at a glance: 1) Grizzly Recovery Habitat. Although unlikely, be advised that grizzly encounters are possible in the North Cascades Ecosystem. 2) Be aware of private property and respect easements and rights of landowners along the trail corridor in Section 7. 3) Permits are required to camp in North Cascades National Park Complex Red track represents the “primary route” for 2017 Black tracks represent popular alternates We hope that you will find these Avenza .pdf maps to be an excellent companion to the printed maps which are available for free at pnt.org/maps. These maps are not intended to be used as an alternative to the printed maps. The print set contains an additional data layer with important notes to assist in planning, navigation, and route selection. Navigation challenges on the Pacific Northwest Trail are not to be taken lightly. In its current stage of development, most of the trail has yet to be signed. Much of the trail is primitive and can be difficult to follow. Some has yet to be built. Following the PNNST is rarely intuitive. Phones and other electronic devices may fail in the backcountry. Building redundancy into your navigation plan is a must! These maps and the information that they contain are distributed for free for non-commercial use only. If you find these maps useful, please consider supporting the PNTA by becoming a member or making a donation at pnt.org.
Vendor: Pacific Northwest Trail Association
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