The highest peak in Oregon at 11,250 feet, Mount Hood is the 4th highest volcano in the Cascade Range. Originally known as Wy'east, the iconic Hood is only 45 miles from Portland, Oregon and can be seen from many places in the city.
Mount hood has a fantastical shape with a gnarly peak and deep scars from lahars and lava flows from previous eruptions. The heavily glaciated peak has 12 named glaciers and your map will show each of them and the many crevasses present during the data acquisition flight.
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Your map is made to order in the USA and will arrive in 1 to 2 weeks.
Are these prints flat or 3D (they are flat!) and answers to other common questions can be found in our FAQ.
This option maximizes contrast and detail, resulting in a stunning, nearly 3-D image that catches the light as you move around it.
The map is printed on metallic photographic paper and then 1/4" of acrylic glass is mounted to the front of it. It is our highest quality option.
The aluminum map looks sleek, smooth, and modern. It has a high-gloss surface, which gives it deep colors, high contrast, and vibrancy. Under good lighting, this map is truly eye-catching.
This option is light weight and has a lower price than acrylic, at a slightly lower resolution.
The wood mounted map has a rustic, understated, and classy feel to it.
This option looks great in the widest range of lighting setups. It feels the most natural and physical of all of the options. The wood mounted map has a matte finish, so it reflects less light than the other options.
Glaciers, lava flows, and fault lines. Our maps show the terrain at the limit the human eye can perceive.
We use the highest resolution data and the most detailed printing techniques to produce a more detailed map.
Our frameless maps are made using the same materials found in many of the world's top photography galleries.
They will look good and inspire for decades.
From options like aluminum and acrylic to wood-mounted, we've worked hard to find the perfect mediums to make our maps pop.
They draw the eye from afar and are even more interesting up close.