David Lynch’s Map Of Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks Map by David Lynch

Wow. Just wow!

To help convince ABC to buy the series, David Lynch drew this beautiful charcoal map of the imaginary town of Twin Peaks.

Twin Peaks Map by David Lynch

David Lynch labeled the following locations and regions on the map:

  • White Tail mountain and Blue Pine mountain (the actual names of the two peaks)
  • Sparkwood mountain
  • Pearl Lakes (where Leland Palmer met a man called Robertson)
  • Black Lake (where Laura Palmer’s body was discovered)
  • The Canadian border
  • Ghostwood National Forest
  • Meadow Lark Hill
  • The Flatts
  • Lucky Highway “21”
  • Lower Town

Can you locate Sparkwood and 21, One-Eyed Jack’s and The Great Northern?

Prints are sold out but were available for a limited time at the In The Trees exhibition and from Showtime.

Here’s another scan:

David Lynch's Map Of Twin Peaks

Check out some additional official and unofficial Twin Peaks maps.

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Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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