Rocky Mountain National Park
Recognized by The Library of Congress as one of the great contributors to American cartography, Hal Shelton pioneered a style he termed "natural-color maps" which assimilated his years of working of USGS and others, as well as his great skill in painting. A Colorado native, it was this map that was used by the ski industry for decades and garnered Hal a lifetime ski pass to all the resorts. Shows Denver and Colorado Springs at the base of the mountains, and all the mountains and resorts, some long gone like "Geneva Basin" or "Squaw Pass".
Condition is good with some marginal soiling and wear. Image size is 30 x 39.5 (inches), full color.