Indiana - Elevation Tints Map
Our classic Indiana map uses elevation tints in subtle hues of green, tan, and brown to show the differences in elevation throughout the state, from the lowest point, 320' at the confluence of the Wabash and Ohio Rivers, to Hoosier Hill, at 1,257'.
This topographic map of Indiana displays an incredible amount of detail, from cities, highways, and mountain ranges, to valleys, rivers, and small towns. The elevations are represented by color, and this, in combination with our special relief shading technique, gives the Indiana map a lush, 3-dimensional look.
Scale: 1:500,000 1"= about 8 miles
Dimensions: All map dimensions are approximate.