Big Sur Coast Maps

Our “mystery map maker” finished the last of the 3 interactive maps of the Big Sur Coast several days ago – the Northern section. These maps show the slide areas, current and past, and also provide photographs for many of the locations when you click on the names. I have been internet challenged again, so I am finally getting the announcement and links up here. He also put all three of them together in a non-interactive map suitable for printing. The links are below:

Non-interactive full set of maps suitable for printing: Big Sur Coast Maps Letter Size

Interactive Northern Section: Big Sur Coast Map North

Interactive Central Section: Big Sur Coast Map Central

Interactive Southern Section: Big Sur Coast Map South

And here is the link to the special page containing all of the above with additional notes and instructions: Maps Page

Enjoy, and a special thank you for the mystery map maker!

north-map big-sur-coast-map-north

 

~ by bigsurkate on March 9, 2017.

19 Responses to “Big Sur Coast Maps”

  1. WOW! He’s done it again. Thank you!

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  2. Huge thanks Mystery Map Maker Man ♥

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  3. GREAT work, Thank you. I was always told otter cove was across from Highlands inn… this puts it further south. Was I told wrong or do we need a (tiny) update>

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  4. I was born in Carmel, never have I seen maps that put all this in proper perspective… Thanks so much!

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  5. I am humbled by the mapmaker’s skill and your selfless sharing of Big Sur life [what a year, the most challenging of my life, 75 years, as a local]. Finally a resource to correctly place all the special names/associations bandied about.

    Thank you. You’re a gift to the community.

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  6. You could probably copyright the non-interactive full map, have a professional printing done in 11″ x 14″, and successfully market the maps via local businesses.

    This is ‘The Missing Link’ to any and all who come to Big Sur. V. Nice, Jon.

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  7. Not Jon, Wally. He did not create these maps.

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  8. Okay, thanks. Very nice, none-the-less. MMM (mystery map maker).

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  9. Kate, It looks like a template similar to a visitor sees on the

    http://www.bigsurcalifornia.org (Chamber of Commerce) publication page 4 with more detail.

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  10. It’s actually made from a Cal Trans template, which may be what the Chamber used as well. Ours just has a lot more detail and the reader can click on the name of the slide or place and be taken to a photo of it.

    bigsurkate

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  11. Yes, the interactive features is what makes it unique and user friendly.

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  12. TW/MH: “Big Sur parks may reopen by June”

    http://www.montereyherald.com/lifestyle/20170308/big-sur-parks-may-reopen-by-june?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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  13. Fantastic work, MMM. Great appreciation and gratitude from me and the thousands of others that will get huge value from this work over many years to come.

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  14. Operative word being “may.”

    bigsurkate

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  15. thank you mmm. what an endeavor! challenge taken and succeeded.

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  16. kate, are you going to save these maps on your sidebar somewhere? i’m trying to figure out how/where to save them. thanks.

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  17. Deb, I did. They are under “Pages” first one in that list.

    bigsurkate

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  18. Kudos to the mystery map maker!!! Very well done

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  19. mystery map maker…will you marry me? you are amazing!

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