We’ve been hard at work finishing our trail map for the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and surrounding area. This project is an update of our first Gap trail map. Our new map is on a larger sheet size and at a scale of one-inch to a half-mile. We should them in stoc...
outrageGIS mapping began in 1997. Our trail maps are done 'on spec' and funded completely from map sales. We have mapped over 1,330 miles of park trails and have published numerous guides and maps that are distributed nationally. Our parks are scenic and historical treasures so we must leave no trace when we enjoy them. We like to think that our maps help you get lost in nature.
We offer custom GPS, GIS, and cartographic services and operate a full printing studio for offset, oversized maps and small book publishing. We actively promote the development of hiking and multi-use trails in the Bluegrass and beyond. It is on the trail, in exploration, do we find ourselves.
- A map is an artistic rendering of Earth.
- A map is a measurement of our use, expectations, and hazards of our environment.
- A map is a tool for remembering the familiar and navigating the unknown.
- A cartographer renders earth in maps.
Any man that walks the mead
In bud, or blade, or bloom, may find
A meaning suited to his mind.-Alfred Tennyson
We Can Make Your Map
We are an independent developer and publisher of map products for tourism, publishing, E911 services, search and rescue, natural resource management, and recreational uses. While we focus on public areas, we have made maps for a diverse range of clients and purposes. Contact us to discuss your project.
Selected List of Clients
Backpacker Magazine, Berea College, Filson Club, Kentucky Bar Association, Gyula Pauer Center for Cartography & GIS, U.S. National Park Service, U.S. National Forest Service, WKYT, Sportvision, Dos Vatos Productions, Kentucky Rails-to-Trails, Dry Stone Conservancy, The National Park Conservation Association, and the Southern and Eastern Kentucky Tourism Development Association (SEKTDA).