A few years ago, we introduced you to Muir Way, a company that was producing printed maps of national parks ranging from Arcadia to Zion. Now they’re back with a new series of maps that showcase ski and snowboard mountains based off the topographic quadrants made by the USGS. The TOPO Series uses a dot to indicate the base of the resort and contour lines to depict the shapes and slopes of the mountains. The locations range from Breckenridge, Colorado, to Squaw Valley, California, and each piece includes some information (elevation, coordinates, etc.) about the location. TOPO Series Maps are available in paper (13×19″ – framed or unframed) or canvas (20×30″ / 24×36″) options with a number of color schemes to choose from.