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detail of SF map^Detail of The Walker's Map of San Francisco

Our Bay Area trail maps show the big picture, plus how parks and neighborhoods connect. Click here for Map catalog, stores, freebies, and old-school mail-order form.

Trails of Mt. Tamalpais, Muir Woods and Marin Headlands*
The Walker's Map of San Francisco*
Trails of Northern San Mateo County
: Northern Coast, Skyline, and Foothills
Trails of Santa Cruz
Trails of Northeast Marin County (interim format)*

*NEWLY REVISED IN 2019*

detail of Muir Woods^Detail of Trails of Mt. Tamalpais, Muir Woods, and Marin Headlands
We also carry some Bay Area park maps by other publishers.

 

Pease Press Cartographysample custom map^Draft of Dharma Wheels and Fish Ladders, part of the Infinite City atlas, 2010.

Does you need maps for your projects? Custom maps are a big part of our work.

Pease Press designs maps for books, displays, brochures and websites. We work mostly in Adobe Illustrator; a tiny little bit in GIS. We've been doing it since 1996.

Our maps are handsome, with clear points of interest and a sense of place. We work with authors and publishers to create maps for their particular needs.

Samples of our older and more recent projects include wild, colorful maps for author Rebecca Solnit's Infinite City: A San Francisco Atlas; hiking and bicycling guidebooks, 200 intricate maps for four Pacific Crest Trail guidebooks, and various maps for park agencies.

^Overview map from Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Washington, 2017.

Updated 6/11/19

Pease Press Books

Bay Area writer and artist Shizue Seigel has created a series of exquisite anthologies, featuring the voices and experiences of Bay Area writers and artists of color.

NEW! June 22, 2019



Civil Liberties United
a new 300 page anthology
edited by Shizue Seigel

Endangered Species, Enduring Values
272 page anthology edited
by Shizue Seigel (2018)

Standing Strong! Fillmore & Japantown
a 140 page anthology, with voices from the Write Now! writing workshops.
edited by Shizue Seigel (2016)

Updated 6/11/19