Washington State - V2020
GPS Maps

Availability: In stock

Released: 2019

UPC: 6-22098-10097-6

ISBN #: 978-1-989175-04-0

Dimensions: Micro SD Card

Maps: 1:24,000 - 1:66,000

Areas Covered: Aberdeen, Bellingham, Colville, Kennewick, Olympia, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Walla Walla, Wenatchee, Yakima, Mount Rainier, North Cascades and Olympic National Parks





Discover the Best of the Northwest

Situated at the northwest corner of the continental United States, Washington State is a land of unparalleled beauty, where rainforest-clad mountains tower over the wild Pacific coast and vast stretches of undeveloped wilderness provide the perfect backdrop for endless outdoor adventures. Whether you are traveling a highway, hiking trail or forest service road, Backroad Mapbooks Washington GPS Maps are your ultimate tool for navigating the Evergreen State.

These Garmin-licensed GPS Maps feature easy-to-read elevation contours and reveal all the natural features such as creeks, wetlands and glaciers, plus every road and trail that is left off of other maps. Ten categories of Adventure Points of Interest guide you to the best outdoor recreation sites Washington State has to offer, whether you are day hiking from Seattle or backcountry hunting, fishing, paddling, ATVing, snowmobiling and more.

From the Olympic Peninsula to the Cascade Mountains, down to the Columbia River basin and back up to the San Juan Islands, Backroad Mapbook GPS Maps provide an impressive level of detail and adventure information.


Washington State Backroad GPS at a Glance:

  • Combining city and backcountry navigation with enhanced outdoor recreation information, this product amalgamates all of Washington State into one Backroad GPS Map
  • Close to 210,000 miles of roads combined into one map, including 107,000 miles of routable roads and 103,000 miles of non-routable backcountry roads, deactivated roads and four-wheel drive roads
  • Public Land Survey System sections (PLSS) Search to help navigation 
  • Lake bathymetry (depth contours) for many of the state’s fishing lakes
  • Clearly marked private and public lands including land owned by the Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Department of Defense, Department of Energy and US Army Corps of Engineers 
  • Marked Game Management Units (GMUs) for hunters
  • Tens of thousands of miles of multi-use hiking, biking and cross-country skiing trails and paddling routes, with marked trailheads and access points/portages
  • Close to 5,000 miles of motorized trails for ATV and snowmobile with staging areas
  • Thousands of fishing hotspots, parks and conservation areas, campsites, hunting areas, winter recreation areas and more
  • Close to 19,000 land and water geographic features