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National Geographic
Road Atlas Adventure Edition

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National Geographic's updated road atlas provides accurate, detailed maps of all 50 states, Canada, and Mexico¿including scenic routes, historic sites, recreation information, and points of interest.

This unique Adventure Edition also highlights America's top 100 adventure destinations chosen by the editors of National Geographic Adventure magazine and discusses the most popular national parks. Spiral-bound for ease of use and covered with a durable plastic outer shell, this is the toughest, most functional road atlas ever.

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Great Atlas to Explore With

By Ward of the Wild

from Atlanta, GA

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  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Easy to read
  • Informative


    Best Uses

    • Road tripping

    Comments about National Geographic Road Atlas Adventure Edition:

    Some great perks about this atlas is how informative it is in regards to 24 national parks across the country. There's also a section that divides the country into East, Central, Mountain, and Pacific - and gives 25 different places to either hike, climb, paddle, bike, bird watch, or do winter sports for each specific region. It also has a topographic map with interstates, a regular map showing all the states, a mileage and driving time map, and a mileage chart. It's also very easy to read and detailed. It also has two clear semi-thick pieces of plastic covering the front and back which help keep its shape. The spiral binding is also quite helpful in flipping quickly and reduces the size when in use in the car. Oh and it includes Mexico and Canada for those traveling to the farthest extents of North America. My only complaint or thought on how it could be better would be if the pages were laminated. Although that would affects it's weight, so it's a give and take. Don't expect to easily drive on the highway/interstate and follow the map at the same time. Then again who can focus on the road and drive simultaneously? Despite those minor things - it's a great atlas to have and explore with.

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      what year was this atlas printed
      Asked on 4/2/2014 by Robert from United States

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        Sorry for the delay here -- finding the copyright date in this book was literally like one of those "Where's Waldo?" puzzles. Answer: 2013!

        Answered on 4/8/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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