Companies that publish maps of Sequoia National Park include National Geographic, Tom Harrison Maps and the U.S. Geological Survey. Some travel advice companies, such as Lonely Planet, also publish maps inside their guides. Downloadable maps are also available from the National Park Service on the Sequoia and Kings Canyon website, NPS.gov.
National Geographic is probably best-known for its nature specials, but it also produces maps under its subsidiary, National Geographic Trails Illustrated. It provides updated trail information, including the location of trail heads, nearby campgrounds and points of interest. The portable maps are printed on waterproof material that is also tear resistant. Maps may be purchased at NationalGeographic.com and at independent outlets such as MapsCompany.com.
Tom Harrison Maps offers both hard copy and digital topographical maps. Both are available on its website, TomHarrisonMaps.com. The hard copy maps are printed on waterproof, tear resistant plastic and are suitable for hikers. The USGS prints and sells maps of Sequoia National Park, which are available at USGS.gov.
Lonely Planet publishes information-rich travel guides for Sequoia and Kings Canon National Parks, which includes maps. In addition to hiking information, the guide offers tips on where to stay and things to see. Its website, LonelyPlanet.com, offers the guides in hard copy and as eBooks.