Above: Northwest Peak Lookout in the Kootenai National Forest. Photo by Tyler Yates.
The new and improved 2018 version of our mapset is now available. The PNTA is offering printed sets at the cost of production while supplies last. Visit our webstore to place your order, today.
PNTA strip maps are revised annually to show the most up-to-date information about the PNT available. This year, the PNT is 9.3 miles longer. The 2018 edition of our mapset includes over 130 new waypoints to improve the user experience and aid in navigation. It also includes over 60 miles of updated and field-verified track files.
Our map set features easy-to-read, detailed map pages, and promotes responsible trail use and Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics with embedded page notes. PNTA strip maps also include notes to support planning and logistics for long-distance hiking trips.
PNTA maps are designed for use with The Pacific Northwest Trail Digest, 2018 Edition, by Tim Youngbluth. The guidebook and mapset reference a common set of waypoints. While the most important notes are included on the map pages, Youngbluth provides more detail to help in navigation, route choice decisions, and much more.