Appalachian Trail Conservancy Appalachian Trail Guide to Southwest Virginia
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This book from the Appalachian Trail Conservancy is the official guide to 168 miles of the Appalachian Trail from the New River at Pearisburg, Va., south to the Tennessee line near the town of Damascus. PRODUCT FEATURES: Additional description is included in the book for the Iron Mountain Trail near the southern end This guide is in a "unidirectional" format for trail-route descriptions (as opposed to separate sets of descriptions for each direction) Includes natural- and cultural-history nuggets on the facing pages from the route details, and with illustrative photographs Each section includes a locator map with major nearby highways and an elevation miniprofile for the route within that section Includes five waterproof, tear-resistant topographic maps (on three sheets) that are scaled at 1:63,360 with 100-foot contour intervals and detailed elevation profiles
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The updated edition of Appalachian Trail Guide: Southwest Virginia includes 4 water-resistant topo maps of the Appalachian Trail in southwest Virginia.
This guide covers 163 miles, from Pearisburg, Virginia, on the New River to the Tennessee border south of Damascus, Virginia, including parts of the George Washington-Jefferson National Forest, with a separate description for the Iron Mountain Trail. A must for through-hikers, it includes a guidebook plus topographical and profile maps that are tear- and water-resistant.. . . 222-page softcover book; 3rd edition (2002); size: 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches. Five multicolor topographic maps (on three sheets), with elevation profiles (scale, 1:63,360). Map 1: Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. Map 2: Wythe Ranger District. Map 3: New River Valley Ranger District.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy's Southwest Virginia Map and Guide Book has everything you need to know about hiking this great section, except the weather. Covers 163 miles from Pearisburg, Virginia, on the New River to the Tennessee border south of Damascus, Virginia, including parts of the George Washington-Jefferson National Forests (including the Mt. Rogers National Recreation Area), with a separate description for the Iron Mountain Trail. Includes four seven-color topographic maps (on two sheets), with elevation profiles; scale, 1:63,360. 216 pages. Weight 8 oz.ATC Map & Guide set for Appalachian Trail in Southwest VirginiaEasy to use and comprehensive - trail descriptions and mileage data for hiking North or SouthMulti color maps printed on waterproof, tear resistant paperIncludes a ziploc bag to keep the maps and book clean and dry while hikingIncludes - all sorts of other additional info163 AT milesGreat for day hikes tooIncludes Elevation profilesIndexedEditor - Tom DillionBinding - PaperPages - 216Publisher - Appalachian Trail ConservancyYear - 2011 5th editionISBN - 9781889386720Weight = 8 oz.