October 12, 2018

Ready to explore somewhere new? Want to dive deep into your Lizard Maps?  

The PA Lizard Adventure Lists are just the thing!  

Trail descriptions, special places, adventure ideas and more

No one trail is created the same as the next, and the public lands we map offer many hidden gems. We've got just the thing for you: PA Adventure Lists, downloadable PDF's, offer short descriptions of trails and special destinations and activities on all our PA Adventure Series Maps.  

The PA Lizard Adventure lists include brief descriptions of the trails organized in three sections: Trails, Special Designated Areas & Destinations, and State Parks, to help you explore all your PA Lizard Maps have to offer!

Adventure Lists are an inside track to your Lizard Map. Trails are listed alphabetically and each listing includes user group designations, trail intersections, and other helpful information to help you plan your next adventure:

We've included state designated natural areas, parks, picnic areas, and wild areas to help you discover unique areas on our maps. In some cases, we've included fun local lore and knowledge to spice things up on your adventure. Like these:

Some folks want to hit all of the well-known and popular trails in these forests...we have all of them on our lists. Other folks prefer to discover remote trails that are more off the beaten path, these may or may not be signed, blazed, or even maintained. We've got these trails on our Adventure Lists too: 

Love the water? Seek and you shall find. We've even included many of the river access areas that are highlighted on our maps:

Lizard Adventure Lists cost just $5 each and are distributed as a downloadable PDF direct from our website. Designed to be used with a Lizard Map, these lists offer explorers insider info to local trails and provide a great tool for folks looking to experience more with their Lizard map, or even find every trail! Feeling ambitious?Beware, there are a lot of trails in PA; our Pine Creek Lizard Map alone includes over 300 named trails.

See you out there!

NOTE: Lizard Adventure Trails and Destination Lists are a downloadable PDFs designed to help you use your map to plan outstanding adventures.  They are not maps or guidebooks. You will also need your Lizard Map to use the Adventure List for each map to properly plan your own adventures!


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