What every adventurer needs

How often have you been travelling and wondered about the story behind an iconic ruin, a prominent bluff or a quirky place name? With Time Traveler Maps of the Southwest, Colorado Plateau, Santa Catalina Mountains and more, you’ll satisfy your curiosity. Check out our travel guides and maps that detail everything from the Navajo Lands and Tony Hillerman’s stomping grounds to dinosaur country and the Lewis and Clark Trail.

And that empty wall in your study, office or classroom? Make it the centerpiece of the room with a fine art map, created with care and craftsmanship by a professional cartographer. Every time you examine your wall map art, you’ll see and learn something new!

  • $25.00

    Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Map & Interpretive Guide


    This illustrated interpretive map is the most comprehensive view of the 1803 – 1806 epic Lewis and Clark expedition, available on a single piece of paper! Renowned Western historical artist, Glen Hopkinson, was challenged to capture the look and feel of this major American undertaking and the outcome is a truly unique and captivating series of depictions. Through Hopkinson’s paintings one is able to visually experience the events of this extraordinary undertaking. Using a series of detailed vignettes, a comprehensive map, and an extensive timeline, we follow the most ambitious scientific and goodwill undertaking of its day. This map is perfect for classrooms and history buffs.  Flat wall map 26 ½” X 36 ½”

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    Navajo Country Geographic Dictionary & Guide, Diné Bikéyah 


    A Geographic Dictionary of the Navajo Lands in the 1930s by Richard Van Valkenburgh (Reprint, 130 pages, 18 maps, key to Navajo alphabet and extensive bibliography.)

    Diné Bikéyah molds the history, folklore, anthropology and geography into a fascinating guide to the lands of the Navajo Nation and near-by areas prior to WWII. This is a classic source for reference and research and a fun read.

    To help standardize spellings of geographical locations, Diné Bikéyah was one of the first publications to use the official Indian Department system of writing the Navajo language. Research for this gazetteer was compiled by Navajo elders and prominent scholars of the day.

    8 ½” X 11”, paperback

  • $7.95

    Santa Catalina Hiking Map and Guide


    The Santa Catalina Mountains rise like an island in a sea of desert directly north of Tucson, Arizona. The “Catalinas” offer a unique biotic diversity that represent life zones from Mexico to Canada and the southern-most ski area in America, and great year-round hiking area! This English and Spanish map and guide also features 3D trail profiles depicting the various life zones encountered in this fascinating area. Flat 18” X 20”, folded to 4” X 9”

  • $8.95$25.00

    The Colorado Plateau, Map & Guide to Public Lands on the Colorado Plateau & its Borderlands


    Now including the new units of Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears National Monument.

    The Colorado Plateau hosts the greatest and most diverse collection of National Parks and public lands on earth! Featuring over 50 National Parks, Monuments, Recreation Areas, and Conservation Areas, the Plateau is a wonderland for scenic and recreational opportunities throughout the year. This popular map is the ideal companion for your exploration of this fascinating landscape.

    *A portion of the sales of this map and guide is donated to the Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association (PPCA). This organization represents nonprofit museum associations on the Colorado Plateau that promote educational programs, research, and stewardship within parks and other public lands.

  • $22.00

    The Hillerman Indian Country Map & Guide


    Featuring locations and descriptions from both Tony and Anne Hillerman Mysteries

    A must have for old and new fans! Time Traveler Maps announces a new edition of the popular Hillerman Indian Country Map & Guide. This companion map features a 36”x 28” illustrated map highlighting the works of both Tony and Anne Hillerman. Over 80 plot locations and descriptions from 20 different Chee, Leaphorn, and Manuelito mysteries allow the reader to follow each mystery as they unfold.

    This illustrated map and guide allows the reader to follow the Hillerman crime fighters in their various mysteries set in the heart of Indian Country in the American Southwest. Each plot location is numbered with a book icon.

    Peter Thorpe, the designer of the jackets of the popular book series, illustrates this unique piece with original graphic art and his distinctive book icons.

    Flat map 24” X 36”, folded to 4 7/8” X 9”, Hard cover, with ¼” spine.

  • Dinosaurs of the Colorado Plateau (Coming Soon)

    A Comprehensive Map and Guide to the richest Paleontological region in North America.

    Available from: Date not set yet