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Yosemite National Park Recreation Map

This app brings the Yosemite National

This app brings the Yosemite National

Yosemite National Park Recreation Map

by Earthrover Software
Yosemite National Park Recreation Map
Yosemite National Park Recreation Map
Yosemite National Park Recreation Map

What is it about?

This app brings the Yosemite National

Yosemite National Park Recreation Map

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
(30)
Size
19Mb
Genre
Navigation Travel
Last updated
July 21, 2010
Release date
June 4, 2009
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

This app brings the Yosemite National
Park Recration Map from Tom Harrison Maps
to the iPhone and iPod touch.

*NOTE: If you are having trouble with GPS updates, increase the duration on the Options screen*

The map covers all of Yosemite National
Park, as well as Devil's Postpile National
Monument, June Lakes, and the western shore
of Mono Lake. All map data is included
in the app itself--you don't need an internet connection at all to use the app.

For more detailed coverage of Yosemite Valley, see our Yosemite Valley Trail Map.

The map shows trails, backcountry roads,
highways, towns, water features, peaks,
canyons, campgrounds, and ranger stations,
all on a shaded relief topo map with 200-foot contours. This map is perfect for hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, geocaching, or just checking out this stunning region from the pavement.

Navigate the map using standard touch
gestures to zoom and drag. Mark your
location, measure distances, orient
yourself by taking bearings to landmarks,
and use your iPhone's GPS to find your
location on the map. Add your own markers
to the map, and export them via email for
display in Google Earth or other
applications.