Our volunteers are involved in ongoing mapping projects
of Peninsula area trails. The Trail Center produced the
popular Peninsula Parklands map, a colorful guide to parks
and open space preserves from San Francisco to Santa Cruz,
and our Southern Peninsula trail map, the most accurate
guide to 150 miles of trails between Windy Hill and
Saratoga Gap. We are currently preparing an updated 3rd
edition of the Peninsula Parklands map and the Trail Map of
the Central Peninsula, a companion to the Southern
If you have never mapped
before, our experienced volunteers will train (see How do We Map a Trail?).
Mapping provides volunteer opportunities in spectacular
settings while offering a chance to help out without
contact with poison oak, which is often present on trail
Mapping days take place once
or twice a month (varies). Check our calendar for current
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Trail Center Map Committee History and Activities
- Peninsula Parklands, 3rd Edition (2000)
- Trail Map of the Southern Peninsula (1996)
- Trail Map of the Central Peninsula (Woodside Map)
All are available through
To accurately map trails
and place them correctly on a map that is useful in the
The Committee is currently taking a break after production of the Peninsula Parklands 3rd ed. and Central Peninsula maps.
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