Search Hunter Library's catalog for both print and electronic maps.*
*Please note that over 90% of Hunter Library's map collection is not currently cataloged. If you cannot find a map in the catalog, be sure to ask the reference desk for assistance.
Up-to-date National Forest maps can be found online from the USDA Forest Service. The Southern Region maps (including Nantahala, Pisgah, and Cherokee National Forests) as well as maps for all other U.S. states, are available via the USDA Forest Service's FSTopo Map Images / States & Territories Interactive Map.
Maps can be viewed online or downloaded. Downloading is recommended as layers such as boundaries and topography can be removed or added as desired
WNC National Forest Websites
We have many maps and trail guides for hiking in Western North Carolina, in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and for hiking the Appalachian Trail. Below are some popular resources; more are available by searching the catalog:
Looking for topographic maps of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP)? Below is a list of quadrants that can be downloaded from the USGS website or found in print at Hunter Library.
Cove Creek Gap
Mount Le Conte