Geology Maps by Scale
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Geology Maps by Scale 
 

Here surface geology maps are indexed by the most commonly used scales:

 

Click on the links below each map to download the surface geology maps as PDF files.

 

Statewide (1:500,000 scale)

  State Quadrants (1:250,000 scale)

 

 

 Washington State (1:500,000)

 

NW (1:250,000)

 NE (1:250,000)

 SW (1:250,000)

 SE (1:250,000)

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1° x 2° Quadrangles (1:250,000 scale) 

1° x 2° (1:250,000-scale) surface geology maps can be downloaded two ways.

1. Click on the map below to launch the online interactive map index (leaves the DNR website).  

 

2. Click on your choice from the list below to download the map directly.

  

 Okanogan

  
     

 Wenatchee

 

 Ritzville

 

 Spokane

     

 Yakima

 

 Walla Walla

 

 Pullman

     

 The Dalles

 

 Pendleton

  
 

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30'x60' Quadrangles (1:100,000 scale) 

1:100,000-scale surface geology maps can be downloaded two ways.

1. Click on the map below to launch the online interactive map index (leaves the DNR website).  

2. Click on your choice from the list below to download a map directly.

 

 Roche
 Harbor

 Bellingham

 Mount
 Baker

 Robinson Mtn

Oroville 

Republic 

Colville 

 Cape
 Flattery

 Port
 Angeles

 Port
 Townsend

 Sauk
 River

 Twisp W  Twisp E

 Omak

 Nespelem

 Chewelah

 Forks

 Mount
 Olympus

 Seattle

 Skykomish
 River

 Chelan

 Banks
 Lake

 Coulee
 Dam

 Spokane

 Copalis
 Beach

 Shelton

 Tacoma

 Snoqualmie
 Pass

 Wenatchee

 Moses
 Lake

 Ritzville

 Rosalia

 Westport

 Chehalis
 River

 Centralia

 Mount
 Rainier

 Yakima W  Yakima E

 Priest
 Rapids

 Connell

 Pullman

 Ilwaco

 Astoria

 Mount Saint
 Helens

 Mount
 Adams

 Toppenish W  Toppenish E

 Richland

 Walla
 Walla

 Clarkston

  

 Vancouver

 Hood
 River

 Goldendale W  Goldendale E

 Hermiston

  

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7.5-Minute Quadrangles (1:24,000 scale)

The 7.5-minute quadrangles are too numerous to list individually.

1. Click on the map below to launch the online interactive map index from which you can download available 1:24,000-scale maps (leaves the DNR website).

2. Or, click here to download a clickable PDF index map showing available 7.5-minute quadrangle maps.

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Other Scales

 Scale 

 Title

Link
 1:12,000  Geologic map of the Old Copper Hill-Butcher Mountain area, Stevens County, WashingtonMap
 1:12,000  Geologic mapping of the Wenatchee areaMap
 1:20,300  Geology of parts of the Upper Proterozoic to Lower Cambrian Three Sisters Formation, Gypsy Quartzite, and Addy Quartzite, Stevens and Pend Oreille Counties, northeastern WashingtonMap
 1:31,680  Geologic map of the Easton area, Kittitas County, WashingtonMap
 1:31,680  Geologic maps of part of the Yakima fold belt, northeastern Yakima County, Washingtontext, sheet 1, sheet 2, sheet 3, sheet 4, sheet 5
 1:38,400  Geologic map of the Klickitat 15' quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:38,400  Geologic map of the Goldendale 15' quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:38,520  Geologic map of the Pomeroy area, southeastern WashingtonMap
 1:48,000  Geologic map of southeastern Asotin County, WashingtonMap
 1:48,000 Geologic map of the Saddle Mountains, south-central WashingtonMap
 1:48,000 Geologic map of the Marblemount quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:48,000 Geology of the Naches Ranger District, Wenatchee National Forest, Kittitas and Yakima Counties, Washingtontext, plate 1, plate 2
 1:48,000 Geologic map of the Bluelight 15-minute quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:48,000 Geologic map of the Poisel Butte 15-minute quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:48,000 Geologic map of the Logy Creek 15-minute quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:48,000 Geologic map of the Clarkston 15 minute quadrangle, Washington and IdahoMap
 1:62,500 Geology of the Grays River quadrangle, Wahkiakum and Pacific Counties, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geology of the Wynoochee Valley quadrangle, Grays Harbor County, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geologic map in the vicinity of the lower Bogachiel and Hoh River valleys, and the Washington coastMap
 1:62,500 Geologic map of the Humptulips quadrangle and adjacent areas, Grays Harbor County, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Preliminary geologic map of the Newport Number 4 quadrangle, Spokane and Pend Oreille Counties, Washington, and Bonner County, IdahoMap
 1:62,500 Preliminary geologic map of the Loon Lake quadrangle, Stevens and Spokane Counties, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Preliminary geologic map of the Newport Number 1 quadrangle, Pend Oreille County, Washington and Bonner County, IdahoMap
 1:62,500 Preliminary geologic map of the Newport Number 2 quadrangle, Pend Oreille and Stevens Counties, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Preliminary geologic map of the Newport Number 3 quadrangle, Pend Oreille, Stevens and Spokane Counties, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geology of the Pullman, Moscow West, Colton, and Uniontown 7 1/2 minute quadrangles, Washington and IdahoMap
 1:62,500 Geology of the Chewelah Mountain quadrangle, Stevens County, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geologic map of north-central Mason County, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geology of the Sherman Peak and west half of the Kettle Falls quadrangles, Ferry County, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geologic map of the Ellensburg quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geologic map of the Yakima quadrangle, WashingtonMap
 1:62,500 Geology and mineral deposits of the Loomis quadrangle, Okanogan County, WashingtonMap
 1:63,360 Geologic map of the Destruction Island and Taholah quadrangles, WashingtonMap

 

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 Contacts

Jari Roloff
Geology & Earth Resources Division, Senior Editor
360-902-1457
jari.roloff@dnr.wa.gov

Eric Schuster
Division of Geology & Earth Resources, Geologist / GIS Analyst
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
360-902-1451
Fax 360-902-1785
eric.schuster@dnr.wa.gov

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