Printing trail maps. Much time has been spent creating detailed
and accurate trail maps that download quickly. Older JPGs are
slowly being replaced by newer PDF versions.
JPG Trail Maps. These trail maps are sized to fit on
an 8.5x11-inch sheet at 200 dpi (dots per inch). Unfortunately,
web browsers convert JPG files to screen resolution (72 dpi).
That means the browser gives you a huge map nearly 3 times its
original size. Do not print these out of your browser
unless you want a multi-page map. Print the map from a graphics
program that understands dpi and you'll get a one-page map with
PDF Maps. As trail descriptions are updated, JPG
maps are replaced with PDFs to eliminate the hassles involved
with printing JPGs. PDF maps should open and print from your
browser with no additional manipulation.