IMIA would like to thank and recognize our new member, Latitude 40° Maps. They rejoined our association after a few years away, and attended the 2019 IMIA Denver Meetup in June. It’s great to have them back as a member and to catch up on their progress and new trail map titles.
Mary and Grant Morrison started Latitude 40° Maps in 1989 in the small mountain town of Nederland, Colorado. They had been cartographers since 1981. Not only do Mary and Grant do the extensive research needed for each map, they personally design and build the maps and oversee the printing process. Hundreds of hours of research go into the production of each map, including ground-truthing and meeting with local agencies. “We want people to get good value for the money they spend on one of our maps, and we design a map that we would want to use.” says Mary.
You can browse their 18 trail maps including the new Steamboat – Routt National Forest map here.