If you’re looking for a Devils Postpile map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 6 free Devils Postpile National Monument maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) You’ll find maps here that cover the national monument itself, while others focus on showing the shuttle bus route that operates during peak season. You can also browse the best-selling Devils Postpile maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Devils Postpile map from the park brochures
Here is the official Devils Postpile map, showing the road into the park, various hiking trails, and shuttle bus stops. Click the image to view a full size JPG (550 kb) or download the PDF (1.4 mb).
This is the regional Devils Postpile map, showing the monument in relation to Yosemite, Sequoia–Kings Canyon, and state highways. Click the image to view a full size JPG (70 kb) or download the PDF (600 kb).
Devils Postpile shuttle bus maps
This is a shuttle bus map of Devils Postpile (2.3 mb), showing more details about the trails and points of interest at each bus stop than the maps above. Each stop is labeled with a photo and visitor services.
Here’s a shuttle bus parking map (200 kb), which shows where you need to park at Mammoth Mountain to access the Devils Postpile/Reds Meadow shuttle. You can also see the facilities offered at Mammoth Mountain.
Devils Postpile trail map
If you’re going to do a lot of hiking in the eastern Sierra around Devils Postpile and the Ansel Adams Wilderness, you should grab a National Geographic Trails Illustrated map – this one includes topographic lines and trail mileages. The map also extends south past Mammoth Lakes all the way through the John Muir Wilderness to the boundary of Kings Canyon National Park, so you can get a lot of use from this one.
Devils Postpile geologic map
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