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Appalachian Trail Guide to Maryland-Northern…

Appalachian Trail Guide to Maryland-Northern Virginia

by Melissa Lanning

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One of 11 official guides to the Appalachian Trail, each of which includes a pack-sized book and up to seven separate water-resistant maps in a resealable plastic bag. This volume covers the highly accessible 95 miles of the famous footpath between the central Pennsylvania state line and the entrance near Front Royal, Virginia, to Shenandoah National Park, with a dip into West Virginia at historic Harpers Ferry, where the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers meet. The three detached, full-color, tear-resistant, one-sided maps cover, respectively, Maryland, West Virginia and the Virginia line to Route 7, and from Route 7 to the park. The maps are at a scale of an inch to a mile and include elevation profiles and topographical lines. Detailed trail descriptions are in the book, along with information on water sources, shelters, and road access points; background on area history, points of interest, geology, and natural resources; and photographs.

This guide is published by the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club in Vienna, Virginia, and distributed by the national Appalachian Trail Conservancy.

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