Contour Interval: 40 feet
Maximum Tide Heights shown for passing headlands.
This map includes the La Push and Quileute Reservation area, location of much of the story in the "Twilight" series of books and movies.
Both the North and South Olympic Coast maps were purchased by the movie producers as props to add "realism", since they are the maps any local beach hiker would use for this area.
The South Olympic Coast map includes the entire southern half of the coastal strip of Olympic National Park, on the Pacific Coast of Washington State, USA. The map extends from just north of La Push and the Quillayute River on the north, to the Queets River on the south.
In addition to the south wilderness coast, this map includes the Kalaloch strip of Highway 101 in Olympic National Park, and the Quileute and Hoh Reservations..
This map was totally rebuilt digitally in 2005. It now shows depth contours and shading for the ocean, and a new full-line UTM grid correctly aligned to the new North American Datum of 1983, perfect for GPS use. Several tide heights were updated and corrected.
Trails are more accurate and up-to-date than any other published map we are aware of.
Maximum passable tide heights are shown for locations that must be rounded at low tide. Trail and beach distances are both shown.
This map covers the wilderness coast from the La Push to the Hoh River, and the Kalaloch Strip..
Contours and other features were digitally captured from 7-1/2' Quads. People have died falling from bluffs that don't even show on other topo maps. Yet it covers as much coastline as 5 USGS 7-1/2' Quads (and costs less than one!)
New digitally produced map contains depth contours and shading, and a full-line UTM grid to assist with GPS use, as well as all the features you've come to expect.
Woodland shading has been updated from recent aerial photos to more accurately show timber harvest and other changes not shown on USGS or other commercial maps.
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