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Maps

The following locations are frequently used for High Adventure Team training activities: Here are some other useful maps for Mataguay Scout Reservation:

Please send comments and corrections to 'Rob' at mctrob(at)yahoo-dot-com.

Map Name Description PDF links Update
RobLabs Interactive map of Mataguay trails and features, created/maintained by Rob Chohan of Rancho Mesa District. (n/a) Sep.'17
Landmarks Annotated topo map of relevant features and destinations, including commonly used facilities and meeting places for events such as HALTT, Unit Backpack Training, and Trail Building. • Map-8½x11
• Map-11x17
June '15
Connector Trail Topographical maps of Mataguay Connector Tail (MCT) which links Mataguay to the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). The trail is about seven miles long and meets the PCT at Barrel Springs. Entire route.• Map Mar. '13
Trail description, Westbound• Details
Eastern segment• Map-East
Western segment, including optional in-camp 3-mile extension.• Map-West
3-mile extension, in-camp, to accomplish a 10-mile hike.• Details
5-mile Hike Topo map depicting a 5-mile hike within camp boundaries, suitable for various Scout rank requirements. • Map
• Details
Feb. '13
Sep. '17
3-mile Hike Topo map depicting a 3-mile hike within camp boundaries. Meets a Webelos requirement. • Map
• Details
May '15
Sep. '17
Slant Bridge The Slant Bridge trail runs between the Old Commissary and the Dining Hall. • Map
• Details
Sep. '17
Sep. '17
Spine Trail The Spine Trail is a proposed route to connect the A-frame with Upper Lake and Treanors Grave. • Map
• Details
Sep. '17
Sep. '17
Campsites, etc. Hand-out style map of central camp area, identifying campsites and activity areas. Not to scale! • Map (n/a)


 Last updated: 6 October 2017
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