The six quadrants of the TOPO maps for Great Basin National Park are Windy Peak, Lehman Caves, Wheeler Peak, Kious Springs, Minerva Canyon and Arch Canyon. A map can be purchased showing all six quadrants via the U.S. Geological Services website, as of 2015.
The Great Basin National Park is located in eastern Nevada and takes in over 85,000 visitors per year. The Windy Peaks portion of the park is well known for its hiking trails. The Wheeler Peak section of the park has an elevation of 13,063 feet and is covered with pine trees that are over 5,000 years old.