360 Maps Jack London & Sonoma Regional Parks

360 Maps Jack London & Sonoma Regional Parks

360 Maps

In the heart of the Valley of the Moon, adventurer and author Jack London made his home at a ranch in Glen Ellen. At his ranch he dreamed big including the ill-fated Wolf House as well as his model ranch he called the Beauty Ranch. He entertained at his lake or went for hikes through canyons and forests, around springs and streams. Today the park has almost 20 miles of trails most of which are open to horses and bicyclists as well as hikers. A portion of the Bay Area Ridge Trail takes you from the parking area at about 650 feet to a trail running along the eastern side of the ridge of Sonoma Mountain at about 2,060 feet. The highest point in the park is just shy of the summit of Sonoma Mountain which is 2,463 feet and offers views of the Sonoma Valley sweeping across San Pablo Bay to Mt. Diablo.

Key Features:

  • Tear-resistant and water-resistant synthetic paper and fold down to a perfect pocket size
  • Contour lines will help you determine if that hike or ride looks good or should be saved for a cooler day.
  • Shaded relief will allow you to get an immediate feel for the lay of the land.
  • Roads outside the park are shown so you can figure out your own best way to get to where you want to be.
  • Reference points and a GPS grid
  • Scale: 1:12,000 (the same as USGS 7.5' Topo maps)
  • Contour Interval: 40 foot contours and an index contour every 200 feet
  • Size: 3.4" x 5.5"Folded 11" x 17" unfolded

Columbia Sportswear | Omni-Wick Technology

Key Features:

  • Fabric: 100% nylon Summit Cloth
  • Omni-Wick™
  • Omni-Shade™ UPF 30 sun protection
  • Modern Classic Fit
  • Straight leg
  • Regular rise
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Cargo pocket Pockets with hook and loop closure
  • Imported
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