Originally settled by Native Americans (the Pimuvit or Pimugnans), Catalina Island is 22 miles long, eight miles wide and located 22 miles southwest of Los Angeles (and can be reached by ferry from Newport Beach, Dana Point or San Pedro, CA).
The southernmost island of the Channel Islands of California, Catalina welcomes more than a million visitors annually and boasts a rugged wilderness of majestic beauty that is home to more than 60 endemic plant, animal and insect species.
This hand-drawn, custom and ORIGINAL illustrated map is the result of a year-long collaborative partnership between Xplorer Maps (Missoula, MT) and the Catalina Island Conservancy (Avalon, CA). Please visit www.catalinaconservancy.org to learn more about their mission of responsible stewardship of public lands through a careful balance of conservation, education and recreation.
The Catalina Island Conservancy protects 88% of Catalina - including 62 miles of unspoiled beaches and secluded coves - the longest publicly accessible stretch of undeveloped coastline in Southern California.
Xplorer Maps donates a portion of all proceeds to the Catalina Island Conservancy in perpetuity from the sale of these maps and accompanying map products.
The Santa Catalina Island Map is 24" wide by 18" tall.
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