Product Spotlight and Giveaway – Muir Way National Park Maps

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In 2013, after spending his life exploring the outdoors and our country’s National Park system, Jared started Muir Way.  He has always been excited to open the map he would get at the entrance of a new national park. Especially locations he was not familiar with.

Yellowstone-TradThose maps were more than just directions around the national park, to him they’d help awaken his  sense adventure and create excitement around what was about to come.

Jared like many of us has saved each park map as a memento of the trips and adventures.  Unfortunately, they’d usually end up in a box, or somewhere else where they would be forgotten.

After a trip to Yosemite National Park Jared decided to design a map that wouldn’t get lost. Using soft color palettes and clean design he created versions of National Park maps that he hopes will go on walls, as art and as a collection of adventitious memories. A adventure wall if you will.

Muir Way prints and frames all of their maps in their shop in San Diego, CA.  They try to only use materials made in the USA which include the paper, canvas, and wood used to make our prints.   Their packaging materials are either recycled, or at least recyclable.

Muir Way is trying their best and are always looking for new ways to lessen the impact.  A portion of each sale from the website is donated to the Sierra Club Foundation to help protect our environment for generations to come.

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The Muir Way park maps are based off the maps you receive at the ranger stations of National Parks.  They have been redesigned  with a modern aesthetic and beautiful colors.  You can choose from over 50 parks each available in a selection of 21 color palettes.

In a partnership with the Muir Way we are giving away a National Park map of your choice printed on archival textured art paper and mounted a black matte frame or a reclaimed wood frame (valued at $199).  Giveaway open to US residents only. The frames are made from wood beams salvaged from the Clinton Woolen Mill founded in 1866 in Clinton, Michigan and have a finished size of 16×22 inches.

 

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Adam Nutting relishes being an avid backpacker, hiker, and all-around adventure junkie. While he currently spends his time hiking in the backcountry of southern Arizona, he grew up in Missouri, where he was naturally inclined to spend as much time as he could outdoors. Adam’s passion for the outdoors grew as he climbed the ranks of the Cub Scouts and the Boy Scouts, eventually attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.

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