Bomber Traverse Map
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The Bomber Traverse map in the current edition (2.2). The Bomber Traverse Map comes in two formats:

  • A 13×19″ trail map printed with archival ink on a rugged US-made waterproof paper. You can leave these maps under running water all night and they won’t fade. This is what you want if you’re headed out on the traverse. Shipped folded in a blue envelope. $16.
  • A 17×24.5″ wall display map printed with archival 9-color pigment ink on ultrasmooth hot-press archival paper. This is the same thick, acid-free paper and premium ink you would use for a museum or gallery exhibition. This is what you want if you plan to display the map indoors. Shipped in a heavy-duty US-made poster tube. $38.

A portion of every sale is donated to the Mountaineering Club of Alaska or to the maintenance crew for the Snowbird Glacier Hut.

All maps printed in Anchorage, Alaska.

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Adak Island Map
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The Adak Island Map aims to bring together the best existing mapping data, including relief shading, in order to make the most accurate, attractive, and helpful map of Adak Island.

The map is available is available in two formats: a 13×19″ trail map printed on premium-quality US-made waterproof paper, and as a 17×24.5″ wall map printed on premium ultra-smooth photo paper.

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