Series: Exploring the Appalachian Trail

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Hikes in Northern New England by Michael Kodas
Hikes in Southern New England by David Emblidge
Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States by Glenn Scherer
Hikes in the Southern Appalachians by Doris Gove
Hikes in the Virginias by David Lillard

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  1. Circuit Hikes in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania (1997)
  2. Appalachian Trail to New York-New Jersey by Daniel D. Chazin (1991)
  3. Backpacker Magazine's Guide to the Appalachian Trail by Jim Chase (1989)
  4. Day and Overnight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park by Johnny Molloy (1998)
  5. The Best of the Appalachian Trail: Overnight Hikes by Victoria Logue (1994)
  6. Shenandoah National Park, with side trails by Molly Taber Denton (1986)
  7. Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Southern Coast and Wilmington, 13th (Insider's Guide to North Carolina's Southern Co by Zach Hanner (2006)
  8. Appalachian Trail Guide to Shenandoah National Park (Paperback) by Lee Sheaffer (1967)
  9. Hiking Virginia's national forests by Karin Wuertz-Schaefer (1977)
  10. A Journey North: One Woman's Story of Hiking the Appalachian Trail by Adrienne Hall (2000)
  11. Rails-to-Trails Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia (Rails-to-Trails Series) by Barbara Noe (2000)
  12. Appalachian odyssey : walking the trail from Georgia to Maine by Steve Sherman (1977)
  13. 50 Hikes in Maryland: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks from the Allegheny Plateau to the Atlantic Ocean by Leonard M. Adkins (2000)
  14. American Walk Book by Jean Craighead George (1978)
  15. Hiking Trails of the Great Smoky Mountains : A Comprehensive Guide by Kenneth Wise (1996)

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