National Geographic's Colorado Guide Map is designed to meet the needs of travelers with detailed and accurate cartography and loads of helpful information about the state's many attractions. Cities and towns are easy to find with the map's helpful index. Highways, roadways, toll roads, scenic routes, and other roads are clearly designated. Distances in miles are noted on major highways so travelers can easily plan their best route. Hundreds of points of interest are shown, along with national and state parks, public campsites, visitor information centers, airports, ski areas, hospitals, and more.
Inset maps of Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Fort Collins, Mesa Verde National Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park provide greater detail of key areas of the state. A map of the San Juan Skyway highlights one of Colorado's many scenic drives. The information provided about points of interest, Denver, and Rocky Mountain and Mesa Verde national parks will help you take advantage of many sites and recreation activities the state has to offer. A handy chart of park service sites and climate information are also included.
Every State Guide Map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough — capable of withstanding the rigors of any kind of travel.