Jonathan Ley's CDT Maps for 2013
The maps below are Jonathan's Ley's latest CDT maps for the 2013 season.
Jonathan Ley is a CDT god. He has spent years creating and meticulously updating his free CDT maps. Without his efforts, we'd all be forced to buy expensive CDT maps from somewhere else (or be lost). Moreover, like an open source project, his maps are constantly being updated by the fresh input from CDT hikers. He annotates the maps with important information concerning water sources, resupply points, and alternate trails. When I yo-yoed the CDT, I survived with his maps alone. I had no guidebook or GPS.
Jonathan gave me his approval to post his maps on my site. Giving online access to the maps isn't free, because they suck up bandwidth. However, I think it's a useful service to the hiking community.
Download Jonathan Ley's CDT Maps
Honor code: You're welcome to download and use these maps, but please donate something to Jonathan Ley! There are two ways to donate:
Please visit Jonathan Ley's CDT map page to learn more about the CDT maps.
Download the CDT maps
Download the zip files of the maps by clicking on each section below. Unless you have a kick ass connection, downloading the maps is a slow process, so be patient:
CDT Maps Summary Table
Now that you have the maps that you need, you'll need to organize them. Start by looking at this summary page of all the CDT maps. All the maps are rotated to "portrait" to make batch printing easier. For some printing tips, see Jonathan Ley's CDT Map Information page.
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