National Park Maps

By Muir Way

$49

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Using clean design and a mix of colors, Muir Way has recreated the traditional National Park Map. Select from any of the designs and match them to the color palette of your choice.

  • Made in the USA: San Diego, CA
  • Materials: Textured archival art paper with Canon inks
  • Care: Avoid printed area, handle around the white edges
  • Please Note: There is a slight color palette variation depending on the National Park you select due to the landscape that borders each park
  • Available color palettes
  • Maps are 13" x 19" and come printed on 17" x 22" paper
  • Standard size for easy framing
  • Dimensions: 22" x 17" x 0.01"
  • Weight: 0.2 lb.

3 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Great concept and great designs

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I have four Muir Way pieces in my house and they're excellent. Perfect way to highlight important places to you or to simply decorate!

5

LOVE IT!

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LOVE IT! I had this triple matted and framed and OH MY... it's breathtaking and the perfect way to remember some great hikes through the Great Smoky Mountains. I chose granite color scheme. I wish I could submit a photo. :-)More > < Less

4

not functional but very beautiful

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this is a work of art and is quite beautiful. It is obviously the result of high craft. Don't expect to use it for navigation, though.

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About Muir Way

National Treasures

From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream Waters, Muir Way’s National Parks’ maps showcase America's protected land treasures (and some popular Canadian ones too). Designed in a variety of colors, with an artistic approach, they easily coordinate with many home decor palettes.

Printed in San Diego, California, the maps are the creative vision of Jared Prince, an avid outdoorsman who loved travel maps as trip mementoes. But, he would often lose them or they were too shabby to frame. Partnering with a graphic designer, he created frameable prints that feature soft hues and clean lines.

Jared is a supporter of The Sierra Club, whose founder, John Muir, is the namesake of his company.

All materials are sourced in America, from the matte-cotton paper to the high-quality archival ink. The packing materials are recycled and recyclable too.

Whether you remember your trip to The Grand Canyon in red, or dream of skiing Banff in blue, hang these maps on your walls as you would any art and commemorate the places you’ve been and or want to go to most.