Maps and Trail Data

Use the online map to explore the trail and plan your next trip. Dive deeper into the information behind the map, by clicking on a segment of trail or point symbol. Here you’ll find details about camping and other allowed uses. Using your mobile device, you can even generate Google Maps driving directions right to a trailhead. Need more help? Click here to watch a tutorial.

Click on any of the links below and you’ll be prompted to enter your email address and then returned to this page, where you can download and print map sets.
These maps are designed to work with a home printer or can be printed at a local print shop.
The maps will be updated regularly, so don’t invest in high-quality paper.
Check for updates before your next trip.
Bring your compass!
Use your phone or tablet to track your location.
Install the Avenza app and then use the “Avenza Store” links on this page to download a map set directly onto your phone. You do not need a paid subscription to the Avenza app when using it this way.
Have a GPS Receiver?
Download a GPX file from below and add it to your GPS receiver or GPS app to aid in navigation.

Note: Electronic devices fail, bring paper maps with you on the Trail.

North Dakota
Updated: 8/15/18

Coming Soon.

  • Northwest Minnesota
  • North Central Missesota
  • Northeast Minnesota
  • Superior Hiking Trail-visit for official maps

Updated: 8/1/18

Michigan – Upper Peninsula
Coming Soon.

  • Western UP
  • Central UP
  • Eastern UP

Michigan – Lower Peninsula
Updated: 3/28/18

Coming Soon.

  • Northwestern Ohio
  • Buckeye Trail – visit for official maps
  • Eastern Ohio

Updated: 3/3/18.

New York
Coming Soon.

Get direct access to the most up-to-date
and accurate information for the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Use our Open Data Portal to download data
in many popular formats without extraneous exports or transformations.