Each A.T. Topographic Map Guide includes detailed topographic maps at a detail of 1 inch = 1 mile. Each page is centered on the A.T. and overlaps with the adjacent pages so there is little chance of getting lost. Along the bottom of each page is a trail profile that shows the distance between shelters, camping areas, and trail access points. The map and trail profile provide a step by step visual guide to hiking the trail, mile by rugged mile. The Topographic Map Guide is built for all levels of hiking enthusiasts, from the day tripper to the multi month 'thru-hiker'. The front pages of the printed Topographic Map Guide include resupply information, town inset maps, camping options, and much more.
Every Topographic Map Guide is printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation.
1501: The Springer Mountain to Davenport Gap Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the Georgia, southeastern Tennessee and southwestern North Carolina, section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The southern most section of the A.T. which starts at Georgia's Springer Mountain and heads north into North Carolina and Tennessee, offers some of most physically challenging, but rewarding hiking along the entire trail. The A.T. through this area is located entirely within National Park and National Forest land, and follows the ridges and balds of the beautiful and biologically diverse Southern Appalachians.
Other features found on this map include: A. Rufus Morgan Shelter, Blood Mountain, Blood Mountain Shelter, Blue Mountain Shelter, Bly Gap, Brown Fork Gap Shelter, Cable Gap Shelter, Carter Gap Shelter, Chattahoochee National Forest, Clayton, Clingmans Dome, Cold Spring Shelter, Cosby Knob Shelter, Davenport Gap Shelter, Deep Gap Shelter, Derrick Knob Shelter, Dicks Creek Gap, Double Spring Gap Shelter, Fontana Dam Shelter, Fontana Lake, Franklin, Gooch Mountain Shelter, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Hawk Mountain Shelter, Helen, Icewater Spring Shelter, Long Branch Shelter, Low Gap Shelter, Mollies Ridge Shelter, Mount Collins Shelter, Mount Guyot, Muskrat Creek Shelter, Nantahala National Forest, Newfound Gap, Peck's Corner Shelter, Plumorchard Gap Shelter, Rock Gap Shelter, Russell Field Shelter, Sassafras Gap Shelter, Siler Bald Shelter, Silers Bald Shelter, Spence Field Shelter, Springer Mountain, Springer Mountain Shelter, Standing Indian Shelter, Stover Creek Shelter, Suches, Tray Mountain Shelter, Tri-Corner Knob Shelter, Wayah Bald, Wayah Shelter, Wesser Bald Shelter, Whitley Gap Shelter, Woods Hole Shelter..
1502: The Davenport Gap to Damascus Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the northeastern Tennessee and western North Carolina section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. in northeastern Tennessee and western North Carolina mostly follows a high, crooked ridgeline across the Southern Appalachians, an area that is known for both its natural beauty and rich history. This mountainous section of trail, which is mostly contained within the Cherokee and Pisgah National Forests, travels across the uplands of the Tennessee Valley, through the scenic Roan Highlands, and along the high ridge that separates Tennessee and North Carolina, deep in the heart of the Appalachian Mountain Range.
Other features found on this map include: Abingdon Gap Shelter, Bald Mountain Shelter, Big Bald, Cherokee National Forest, Cherry Gap Shelter, Clyde Smith Shelter, Cosby Knob Shelter, Curley Maple Gap Shelter, Damascus, Davenport Gap Shelter, Deer Park Mountain Shelter, Double Springs Shelter, Erwin, Flint Mountain Shelter, Groundhog Creek Shelter, Hogback Ridge Shelter, Hot Springs, Iron Mountain Shelter, Jerry Cabin Shelter, Laurel Fork Gorge, Laurel Fork Shelter, Little Laurel Shelter, Max Patch Mountain, Moreland Gap Shelter, Mountaineer Shelter, No Business Knob Shelter, Overmountain Shelter, Pisgah National Forest, Roan High Knob Shelter, Roaring Fork Shelter, Saunders Shelter, Spring Mountain Shelter, Stan Murray Shelter, Vandeventer Shelter, Walnut Mountain Shelter, Watauga Lake Shelter.
1503: The Damascus to Bailey Gap Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the southwest Virginia section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. in southwest Virginia travels through a culturally and historically rich area that includes fertile farmland, long, wooded ridges, and the highest mountains in the state. While the Mt. Rogers high country, just east of Damascus, is very popular with visitors, hikers can find excellent opportunities for solitude farther north on their way to the New River and Bailey Gap.
Other features found on this map include: Abingdon Gap Shelter, Atkins, Bailey Gap Shelter, Bastian, Bland, Bluefield, Chatfield Shelter, Chestnut Knob Shelter, Damascus, Doc's Knob Shelter, Grayson Highlands State Park, Helveys Mill Shelter, Hurricane Mtn Shelter, Jefferson National Forest, Jenkins Shelter, Jenny Knob Shelter, Knot Maul Branch Shelter, Lost Mtn Shelter, Marion, Mount Rogers, Old Orchard Shelter, Partnership Shelter, Pearisburg, Pine Swamp Branch Shelter, Princeton, Rice Field Shelter, Saunders Shelter, Tazewell, Thomas Knob Shelter, Trimpi Shelter, Wapiti Shelter, Wise Shelter.
1504: The Bailey Gap to Calf Mountain Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the central Virginia section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. in central Virginia falls mostly within National Forest land, traveling through mature forests and over high mountain summits. The trail becomes more difficult as hikers go farther south, traversing the A.T.'s northernmost balds, past interesting rock formations, and over notable peaks, such as the Priest, McAfee Knob, and Dragon's Tooth.
Other features found on this map include: Afee Knob, Apple Orchard Mountain, Appomattox, Bailey Gap Shelter, Black Horse Gap, Bobblets Gap Shelter, Brown Mtn Creek Shelter, Bryant Ridge Shelter, Calf Mountain, Calf Mtn Shelter, Campbell Shelter, Catawba Mtn Shelter, Cornelius Creek Shelter, Cove Mountain Shelter, Cow Camp Gap Shelter, Fullhardt Knob Shelter, George Washington National Forest, Harpers Creek Shelter, Humpback Mountain, Jefferson National Forest, Johns Hollow Shelter, Johns Spring Shelter, Lamberts Meadow Shelter, Laurel Creek Shelter, Lynchburg, Matts Creek Shelter, Maupin Field Shelter, Niday Shelter, Paul C. Wolfe Shelter, Pickle Branch Shelter, Pine Swamp Branch Shelter, Punchbowl Shelter, Reeds Gap, Rockfish Gap, Sarver Hollow Shelter, Seeley- Woodworth Shelter, The Priest, The Priest Shelter, Thunder Hill Shelter, Troutville, War Spur Shelter, Waynesboro, Wilson Creek Shelter.
1505: The Calf Mountain to Raven Rock Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the northern Virginia section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The map covers the area between the southern tip of Shenandoah National Park and the Maryland-Pennsylvania state line and gives hikers an excellent opportunity to experience the Blue Ridge Mountains while still remaining relatively close to towns and highways.
Other features found on this map include: Ashby Gap, ATC Headquarters and Visitor Center, Bearfence Shelter, Black Rock, Blackburn Trail Center Shelter, Blackrock Shelter, Bluemont, Boonsboro, Byrds Nest #3 Shelter, Calf Mtn, Calf Mtn Shelter, Charles Town, Cowall Shelter, Crampton Gap Shelter, David Lesser Shelter, Dicks Dome Shelter, Ed Garvey Shelter, Gathland State Park, Gravel Springs Shelter, Greenbrier State Park, Harpers Ferry, Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, Hightop Shelter, Jim and Molly Denton Shelter, Linden, Manassas Gap Shelter, Pass Mountain Shelter, Pen Mar, Pine Knob Shelter, Pinefield Shelter, Raven Rock, Raven Rock Shelter, Rock Spring Shelter, Rockfish Gap, Rocky Run Shelter, Rod Hollow Shelter, Sam Moore Shelter, Shenandoah National Park, Sky Meadows State Park, Snickers Gap, South Mtn State Park, Stony Man, Tom Floyd Wayside Shelter, Turners Gap, Waynesboro.
1506: The Raven Rock to Swatara Gap Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the southeastern Pennsylvania section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The map follows the ridges of the Appalachian Mountains, crosses the 12-mile wide, agriculturally rich Cumberland Valley, and weaves in and out of suburbia. This section of trail, which is notoriously rocky, is rich in history with traces of early industry—charcoal furnaces, railroads, and coal mining.
Other features found on this map include: Alec Kennedy Shelter, Anna Michener Shelter, Antietam Shelter, ATC Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, Birch Run Shelter, Boiling Springs, Caledonia State Park, Clarks Ferry Shelter, Cove Mountain Shelter, Cowall Shelter, Darlington Shelter, Deer Lick Shelter, Duncannon, Ironmasters Mansion Shelter, James Fry (Tagg Run) Shelter, Lebanon, Michaux State Forest, Milesburn Shelter, Peters Mountain Shelter, Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Quarry Gap Shelter, Rausch Gap Shelter, Raven Rock, Rocky Mountain Shelter, South Mtn State Park, Susquehanna River, Swatara Gap, Swatara State Park, Toms Run Shelter, Tumbling Run Shelter.
1507: The Swatara Gap to Delaware Water Gap Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the northeastern Pennsylvania section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The trail in this section of Pennsylvania primarily travels across flat, rocky ridges mixed with strenuous climbs in and out various gaps. Between Swatara Gap and Wind Gap, the A.T. weaves in and out of Pennsylvania State Game Lands as it follows the long ridge of Blue Mountain. From Wind Gap north, the A.T. follows the ridge of Kittatinny Mountain on its way to the Delaware Water Gap.
Other features found on this map include: 501 Shelter, Allentown Shelter, Bake Oven Knob Shelter, Delaware Water Gap, Eagles Nest Shelter, Eckville Shelter, George W. Outerbridge Shelter, Hamburg, Kirkridge Shelter, Lehigh River, Leroy A. Smith Shelter, Palmerton, Port Clinton, Stroudsburg, Sunfish Pond, Swatara Gap, Swatara State Park, The Pinnacle, William Penn Shelter, Wind Gap, Windsor Furnace Shelter, Worthington State Forest.
1508: The Delaware Water Gap to Schaghticoke Mountain Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the New Jersey and New York sections of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The trail through New Jersey and New York is surprisingly rugged, and much more remote than one would imagine given its proximity to large population centers. For 160 miles the trail follows long mountain ridges; travels across bogs, wetlands, and broad river valleys; and meanders through numerous state parks, forests, and national park land.
Other features found on this map include: Bear Mountain State Park, Bear Mtn, Brink Road Shelter, Clarence Fahnestock Memorial State Park, Culvers Gap, Delaware Water Gap, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Fingerboard Shelter, Gren Anderson Shelter, Harriman State Park, High Point Shelter, High Point State Park, Hudson Highlands State Park, Kent, Kirkridge Shelter, Mashipacong Shelter, Morgan Stewart Shelter, Mount Algo Shelter, Newburgh, Pawling, Pochuck Mountain Shelter, Port Jervis, RPH Shelter, Rutherford Shelter, Stokes State Forest, Stroudsburg, Telephone Pioneers Shelter, Ten Mile River Shelter, Unionville, Warwick, Wawayanda Mtn, Wawayanda Shelter, Wawayanda State Park, West Mountain Shelter, West Point, Wildcat Shelter, Wiley Shelter, William Brien Memorial Shelter, Worthington State Forest.
1509: The Schaghticoke Mountain to East Mountain Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the Connecticut and Massachusetts sections of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The trail in this section of New England skirts the northwest corner of Connecticut and traverses what remains of a once mighty mountain range. The hiking is moderate through Connecticut and the climbs are short, but can be steep. As the trail crosses into Massachusetts, it enters the Berkshires, characteristic of wooded hills, outstanding views with pleasant, flat hiking along the Berkshire plateau.
Other features found on this map include: Bear Mtn, Beartown State Forest, Brassie Brook Shelter, Cheshire, Clarksburg State Forest, Cornwall Bridge, Dalton, East Mtn State Forest, Falls Village, Glen Brook Shelter, Great Barrington, Housatonic State Forest, Kay Wood Shelter, Kent, Lee, Limestone Spring Seth Warner Shelter, Mark Noepel Shelter, Mount Algo Shelter, Mount Greylock State Reservation, Mt Everett, Mt Greylock, Mt Wilcox North Shelter, Mt Wilcox South Shelter, North Adams, October Mountain State Forest, October Mtn Shelter, Pine Swamp Brook Shelter, Pittsfield, Rand's View, Riga Shelter, Stewart Hollow Brook Shelter, Ten Mile River Shelter, The Hemlocks Shelter, Tom Leonard Shelter, Tyringham, Wilbur Clearing Shelter, Wiley Shelter.
1510: The East Mountain to Hanover Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the Vermont section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The landscape of Vermont is a variety of wooded mountains, forests of white pine and paper birch, and rolling terrain dotted by fields and pastures. To the north and east, the A.T. crosses short, steep hills and overgrown farmlands that characterize the Connecticut River valley. Farther south is the rugged and rocky high country of the Green Mountains.
Other features found on this map include: Bennington, Big Branch Shelter, Bromley Mountain, Bromley Shelter, Churchill Scott Shelter, Clarendon Shelter, Clarksburg State Forest, Congdon Shelter, Cooper Lodge Shelter, Glastenbury Mountain, Goddard Shelter, Governor Clement Shelter, Green Mountain National Forest, Greenwall Shelter, Hanover, Happy Hill Shelter, Kid Gore Shelter, Killington Peak, Lebanon, Little Rock Pond Shelter, Lost Pond Shelter, Manchester Center, Melville Nauheim Shelter, Minerva Hinchey Shelter, North Adams, Norwich, Peru Peak Shelter, Pico Camp Shelter, Rutland, Seth Warner Shelter, Spruce Peak Shelter, Stony Brook Shelter, Story Spring Shelter, Stratton Mountain, Stratton Pond Shelter, Thistle Hill Shelter, Velvet Rocks Shelter, Wallingford, White River Junction, William B. Douglas Shelter, Winturri Shelter, Woodstock.
1511: The Hanover to Mount Carlo Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the New Hampshire section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. through New Hampshire is considered one of the more challenging sections of the trail, with long stretches above tree line and the possibility for rapid temperature change and snow any month of the year. But despite its difficulty, the trail offers some of the most spectacular scenery in New England as it leaves the Connecticut River valley to traverse the beautifully rugged White Mountains, a highlight of the A.T.
Other features found on this map include: Beaver Brook Shelter, Berlin, Carlo Col Shelter, Carter Dome, Carter Notch Shelter, Connecticut River, Crawford Notch State Park, Eliza Brook Shelter, Ethan Pond Shelter, Fire Warden's Cabin Shelter, Franconia Notch State Park, Full Goose Shelter, Galehead Shelter, Garfield Ridge Shelter, Gentian Pond Shelter, Gorham, Greenleaf Shelter, Guyot Shelter, Hanover, Hexacuba Shelter, Imp Shelter, Jeffers Brook Shelter, Kinsman Pond Shelter, Lakes of the Clouds Shelter, Lebanon, Lonesome Lake Shelter, Ludlow, Lyme, Madison Spring Shelter, Mahoosuc Arm, Mizpah Spring Shelter, Moose Mountain Shelter, Mount Carlo, Mount Cube, Mount Lafayette, Mount Madison, Mount Moosilauke, Mount Moriah, Mount Washington, North Woodstock, Norwich, Pinkham Notch, Rattle River Shelter, Smarts Mtn, Speck Pond Shelter, Trapper John Shelter, Velvet Rocks Shelter, White Mountain National Forest, White River Junction, Zealand Falls Shelter .
1512: The Mount Carlo to Pleasant Pond Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the southern Maine section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. through Maine offers some of the most challenging sections of trail along the A.T., both in rugged terrain and weather conditions, and is not recommended for the unprepared hiker.
Other features found on this map include: Andover, Bald Mtn Brook Shelter, Baldpate Mountain, Baldpate Shelter, Bemis Mountain, Bemis Mtn Shelter, Bigelow Mountain, Caratunk, Carlo Col Shelter, Crocker Mountain, Elephant Mountain, Frye Notch Shelter, Full Goose Shelter, Hall Mtn Shelter, Horns Pond Shelter, Kennebec River, Little Bigelow Shelter, Mahoosuc Arm, Mount Carlo, Old Blue Mountain, Piazza Rock Shelter, Pierce Pond Shelter, Pleasant Pond Mtn Bigelow Preserve, Pleasant Pond Shelter, Poplar Ridge Shelter, Sabbath Day Pond Shelter, Saddleback Mountain, Sebasticook Lake, Spaulding Mountain, Spaulding Mtn Shelter, Speck Pond Shelter, Sugarloaf Mountain, West Carry Pond Shelter, Wyman Mountain.
1513: The Pleasant Pond to Katahdin Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the northern Maine section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. through Maine offers some of the most challenging sections of trail along the A.T., both in rugged terrain and weather conditions, and is not recommended for the unprepared hiker. Katahdin in Baxter State Park marks the A.T.'s northern terminus and for many hikers it also marks the end of a months long journey.
Other features found on this map include: Bald Mountain Brook Shelter, Barren Mountain, Baxter State Park, Carl A. Newhall Shelter, Chairback Gap Shelter, Chairback Mountain, Cloud Pond Shelter, Cooper Brook Falls Shelter, East Branch Shelter, Greenville, Horseshoe Canyon Shelter, Hurd Brook Shelter, Katahdin, Katahdin Stream and The Birches Shelter, Leeman Brook Shelter, Logan Brook Shelter, Long Pond Stream Shelter, Monson, Moxie Bald Shelter, Pleasant Pond Shelter, Potaywadjo Spring Shelter, Rainbow Stream Shelter, Wadleigh Stream Shelter, White Cap Mountain, Wilson Valley Shelter.