Sunday, February 12, 2012

The Super Amazing Canyoneering Map

As of July 15th, 2018, the interactive browser that displayed The Map, Gmap4, is no longer functional.  
This was due to policy changes at Google regarding how Google Earth can be used.
I have been using Gmap4 for the past six years and it has been instrumental in popularizing the most widely used canyoneering map on Earth.
So, I'd like to thank Joseph Elfelt for creating Gmap4 and for supporting me during the evolution of the The Map.  

The Map is now only functional when it is opened in Google Earth.
Download Version 16.3 of The Super Amazing Canyoneering Map by clicking HERE.


  1. Is there a way we can send canyon info your way? There's a few cool 3AIIs in New Mexico that are pretty well established.

  2. Hi Ben. I don't plan on updating The Map in the near future. When I do, I will pull most of the new canyon locations from RopeWiki.

    When I'm doing an update, I only select canyons that have a certain level of quality. They must have depth, narrowness, beauty, significant vertical loss, and *usually* at least one rappel. If you would like to see more NM canyons on The Map, please take some quality photos and put them up on RopeWiki along with the beta. I'll be sure to take a look at NM on RopeWiki when the time comes.

    Thank you for reaching out Ben! Anybody that wants to share canyon info is a friend of mine. :)