Maps of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness
The Friends of Scotchman Peaks wish to thank the Idaho Conservation League for their help and support in producing these new high-quality maps.
This full-color, shaded relief, topographic map shows maintained trails and trail head access routes on one side. The other side of the map has information designed to inspire as well as assist in trip planning. We strongly encourage anyone who is considering hiking in this rugged roadless area pick up one of these free maps to take along.
You can pick up your FREE copy at many locations throughout our communities, including those retail businesses who sell our t-shirts and other merchandise, forest service ranger district offices, chamber of congresses, or at an upcoming Friends of Scotchman Peaks event.
Some of these local retailers include:
- Outdoor Experience in Sandpoint, ID
- Cafe Bodega in Sandpoint, ID
- Eichardt’s in Sandpoint, ID
- The Hope Market Cafe in Hope, ID
- Far North Outfitters in Bonners Ferry, ID
- Huckleberry Thicket in Trout Creek, MT
- Mountain Meadows in Libby, MT
Remember, the maps are FREE, but while you’re there, why not pick up a great Scotchmans T-Shirt or Hoodie to take hiking with you….your purchase helps us in our efforts to achieve the wilderness designation that the Scotchmans deserve!
You can use the download links below to view your map onscreen or print a copy of the map if you prefer.
Use these convenient download links of the map and/or the cover page (full of good information!). All downloads are best viewed with Acrobat or Acrobat Reader
Lo res Map (PDF)
( 1.9 MB pdf – will either download or open in a new window based on your browser settings)
Lo res Cover (PDF)
( 1.4 MB pdf – will either download or open in a new window based on your browser settings)
Hi Res Map (PDF)
( 4 MB pdf – will either download or open in a new window based on your browser settings)
Hi Res Cover (PDF)
( 3.2 MB pdf – will either download or open in a new window based on your browser settings)
Hi Res Hike Key (PDF)
( .7 MB pdf – will either download or open in a new window based on your browser settings)
Older (but smaller) maps are still available, although not as detailed:
Many thanks to our good friend Sylvie at TerraPen GeoGraphics for producing these maps!
A note from Sylvie on scale: the map is at the native scale of the Forest Service map (1: 126720, or 2 miles to the inch). When you print out the PDF there is an option under “Page scaling” to set it to NONE (retains the native scale) or “set to printer margins”. On my printer the map cuts off slightly if set to NONE, so you may need to watch out for that as well and fit to your printers margins.
Copyright Information: These maps are provided for your personal use and as a reference for our hikes. All of these maps are copyrighted by TerraPen GeoGrapics, so if you would like to use these maps for anything other than your own personal use please request permission first by contacting Sylvie at Info@TerraPen.com