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Map Name Editor's Choice (Highly Recommended) Free EZ Installer Available Mac Version PC Version Garmin Custom Map (CO, OR, DK) Routable Map Raster-based Map Transparent Map Marine Data Included POIs Included Trails Included Roads Included Topo Included
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Alabama. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Alaska (Aleutian Islands not included). Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Arizona. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Arkansas. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in California. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Colorado. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Florida. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Georgia. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Hawaii. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Idaho. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Illinois. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Indiana. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Kentucky. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Louisiana. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Maine. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Massachusetts. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Michigan. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Minnesota. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Mississippi. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Missouri. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Montana. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Nebraska. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Nevada. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in New Hampshire. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in New Jersey. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in New Mexico. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in New York. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in North Carolina. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in North Dakota. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Ohio. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Oklahoma. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Oregon. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Pennsylvania. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Puerto Rico. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in South Carolina. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in South Dakota. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Tennessee. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Texas. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

Click on the link provided below to download and run the installer (.exe) which will unzip the appropriate files to your computer and register them with MapSource.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the link provided below.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Utah. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Vermont. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Virginia. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Washington. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in West Virginia. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Wisconsin. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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Introduction

This transparent map will allow you to add a layer to your GPS unit showing the boundaries of wilderness areas in Wyoming. Use the map to see your position relative to wilderness boundaries in the field. You can use this map in conjunction with other maps, such as topo maps, you may have on your GPS unit already.

Installation

PC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads and runs the installer (.exe), which unzips the appropriate files to your computer and registers them with MapSource.
MAC Version
  • Clicking on the link above downloads a zip file (.zip). Unpack this zip file using Stuffit Expander (or something similar), then double-click the .gmapi file. MapManager should launch and a window should open up that says "Install these maps?". Click the install button and the map will be installed into Basecamp.

Version and Updates

The map version date is displayed on the initial installation screen. Maps are updated whenever new wilderness areas are added to the National Wilderness Preservation System or when older boundaries are revised. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you receive announcements about updated maps. To update to the current version of this map, uninstall the older version (use the “Uninstall” utility in the folder where you installed the maps the first time) before downloading and installing the current version from the links provided.

Data Source

The data used to compile this map comes from the federal wilderness management agencies (Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and National Park Service) and is maintained by the University of Montana's Wilderness Institute through http://www.wilderness.net.

Contact Information

Please contact Lisa Eidson, Wilderness Information Specialist and Webmaster for Wilderness.net, with any questions or concerns: lisa@wilderness.net, 406-243-6933 (office), 406-396-3607 (cell).
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