Maps are great. Everyone loves a map. But there’s only so much a conventional map can achieve.
A map of a national park can help you find your way around at ground level. It can help you plan your route before you go, and to make arrangements in case members of your party should become separated. And of course, a paper map has an aesthetic appeal that even stay-at-home adventurers can admire.
But for those who have not yet chosen the national park that they wish to explore, a two-dimensional map can be somewhat dry. Yeah, there’s a lake. Yeah, those squiggly circles mean it gets steep there. How do you know what it’s reallylike, though?
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