National Park Service officials say they've added a new, "high resolution," map feature to each park's web site. Has anyone seen it?
I only ask because the NPS issued a press release in which Chief Information Officer Larry Curran said the maps have been placed on each park's web site.
Each park website now includes a 'View Map' link that provides a high resolution digital version of the same park map used in the official park brochure. Visitors can zoom in to focus on key landmarks and print a copy for their trip planning purposes.
That sounds like a great addition to the park web pages, but I'll be darned if I can find it. I spent a while looking at both Yellowstone's and Glacier's web sites and for the life of me couldn't find a "View Map" link. I even went to the Everglades' site, since that's the model promoted in the press release, but still couldn't find this feature.
Could just be my old eyes, but if anyone else can find the links, please let me know.