Rising out of the temperate rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula, Mount Olympus is the tallest mountain in the Olympic Range at 7,980 feet. Neither a volcano nor part of the Cascade Range, we included Mount Olympus in this series because, well, we were in the neighborhood!
In addition to being unique among the maps of the series for not being a volcano, the Mount Olympus map is also unique for another reason: we've included tree canopy elevation data.
Our Cascade maps typically only include surface elevation data so that the lava flows and erosion from lahars can be easily visible, but given that the Olympic Range rises from the Hoh Rain Forest into glacier clad peaks, we included the forest that makes the area so unique.
Your map is made to order 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.
The data for our maps is gathered using LiDAR sensors. This lets us resolve terrain detail down to about 2 feet wide, which is 9x better than existing maps.
Our Cascade maps display the terrain, with nothing else getting in the way. You can see lava fields, glaciers, cinder cones, and other geological phenomena normally hidden from view.
From options like aluminum and acrylic to wood-mounted, we've selected the highest quality mediums to make your map pop.