Washington and Oregon National Forest, Wilderness, and Special Area maps are available directly from the Gifford Pinchot National Forest Offices or online at National Forest Store.
Purchase Mount St. Helens items: Educational and interpretive items and some maps are now available for sale online from Discover Your Northwest (formerly the Northwest Interpretive Association).
Free, Downloadable Maps
Forest Service Topography Maps: These maps overlay Forest Service assets, such as roads, trails, and campgrounds, on USGS's topographic maps. They are available for download by quadrangle.
Buy Maps and Publications Online
National Forest Store: Offers a full, nationwide selection of National Forest, Ranger District, Wilderness, and Specialty Maps for purchase online or by phone, fax, and mail.
Discover Your Northwest: A nonprofit partner carrying a wide selection of maps, books, guides, and other interpretive products that highlight the Northwest’s natural and cultural history and support educational programs and services on public lands.
US Geological Survey: The national source to find, order, or download topographic maps, including quadrangles or “quads”.
Oregon and Washington National Forest, Wilderness, and Special Area maps are also available directly from national forest offices.
Which Map Do I Need? Consult this description of all Pacific Northwest Region Forest Service maps to determine which map or maps will help you plan and complete a safe and enjoyable visit to a national forest.
Gifford Pinchot National Forest Vicinity Map - 2012
Mount St. Helens Recreation Map - 2012
Volcano Review (Mount St. Helens Visitor Guide)
Gifford Pinchot National Forest Vicinity Map - 2008 Centennial Edition (includes historic sites to visit on the Forest)
Washington State Highway Map
Please note: These maps are provided as a convenience for web users. It is strongly suggested you do not use these maps for making specific travel plans. Always consult an official road or Forest/Monument map, available at any Forest District and/or Monument office.
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