Appalachian Trail Conservancy Appalachian Trail Guide to New Hampshire and Vermont
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The Appalachian Trail Conference publishes the definitive guides to the entire Appalachian Trail, covering more than 2,100 miles in 11 guidebooks.
Comprehensive guidebook and maps for the Appalachian Trail through New Hampshire and Vermont. Essential for any A.T. thru-hiker.. . . Features topographic and profile maps with detailed trail information. Maps cover the Appalachian Trail from the ME/NH border to the VT/MA border.. Maps are treated to resist the effects of water and dirt. 246-page guidebook gives further trail information, including water sources, distances, and local history tidbits.
Eleventh edition. This guide covers 325 miles of the Appalachian Trail from Grafton Notch, Maine, to North Adams, Massachusetts, including the White Mountains. Book and eight four-color topographic maps on four sheets, with elevation profiles; scale, 1:62,500. 250 pages.
- Appalachian Outdoors
In depth coverage of the New Hampshire section of the Appalachian Trail from Grafton Notch, Maine through Vermont to North Adams, Massachusetts. Includes the Guide book and eight maps on four waterproof, tearproof sheets. Each map is published in 8 glorious colors for your map reading ease. They are topographic and have elevation profiles so you can see just how many ups are ahead. The Appalachian Trail is clearly marked in addition to shelters, stream, camping areas, parking and all the other details you need for a successful hike. The guide book provides in depth info on the section and other important info. Plan your foray into the White Mountains or through scenic Vermont. 8 waterproof & tearproof maps on 4 sheets Comprehensive guide book Includes How To Use instructions for novices Lists Important phone numbers and websites Includes - Mahoosic and Presidential Mountain Ranges, Grafton Notch, Crawford Notch, White Mountains, Dartmouth Skiway,Connecticut River Valley, Coolidge Range, Green Mountains and more All shelters, campsites and water sources are marked Topographic maps Elevation Profiles Also includes - Ranger Stations, waterfalls, ski trails, Info Centers, Lodging including Hostels, resupply points, Post Offices, restaurants and moreIndexedAuthor - Cynthia Taylor-Miller - EditorBinding - PaperPages - 352Publisher - Appalachian Trail ConservancyYear - 2012 12th EditionISBN - 9781889386812Contour Interval 1:24,000 - 7.5 minute detail Declination settings.Weight: 10 oz