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    Topographic Maps - OR, WA, and CA

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  • Topo Maps

  • Looking for detailed topographic maps of Oregon or Washington?


    The Library provides access to Oregon and Washington topographic map software (Terrain Navigator) on the Barber Library computers (Bend campus). Madras, Redmond, or Prineville faculty, staff and students needing topo map information can call the Information Desk at 541-383-7567 for assistance.

    How to access topo maps:

    1. On a Library computer, click the start button, then select "All Programs."
    2. Select the "Class Applications" menu.
    3. Select the "Mapping" option.
    4. "My Topo Terrain Navigator" should appear as one of the options (see image below). Click on "Terrain Navigator Pro," and you'll have access to detailed topographic maps for Oregon, Washington, and California, searchable by place name.
    5. Terrain Navigator

    How to Change Maps in the Topo Map Software

    The topo map software opens by default to a map of Oregon. If you want the maps for Washington, follow these steps:

    1. Under the File menu at the top of the screen, select "Change CD..."

    2. topo map 1

    3. In the window that opens next, choose the state for which you wish to view maps and click "OK."

    4. topo map 2

    5. Under the File menu, select "Open Map" to view the map for your selected state.

    6. my topo 3

    Paper Maps

    Our paper map collection includes USGS 7.5 minute and 15 minute series maps for Oregon, as well as historical maps of Bend (1913-1928). We also have current world atlases, road atlases and maps of regional interest.

    You can view paper maps and our nifty world globe in our map area, just beyond the Information Desk.

    Library Map Area