Appalachian Trail Massachusetts / Connecticut Appalachian Trail Guide and Maps - MA/CT

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The Appalachian Trail Conservancy's 12th edition Massachusetts / Connecticut Appalachian Trail Guide and Map Set is the one thing you will need to day hike, section hike or thruhike the Appalachian Trail in this beautiful section of trail. The book covers 142 miles from the Vermont line to Connecticut-New York line near Kent, Connecticut, and side trails in the northern Berkshires (Mt. Greylock area). Maps extend more than 20 miles into New York (to the Metro North train station). Book and four seven-color topographic maps on two sheets, with elevation profiles, scale, 1:63,360. 224 pages. Weight 9 oz.

Weather and Wind:

  • Multi color maps printed on waterproof, tear resistant paper

Features:

  • ISBN - 9781889386676
  • 142 AT miles
  • Editor - Sue Spring
  • Great for day hikes too
  • Year - 2009 12th edition
  • Indexed
  • Easy to use and comprehensive - trail descriptions and mileage data for hiking North or South
  • Weight = 9 oz.
  • Binding - Paper
  • Pages - 224
  • ATC Map & Guide set for Appalachian Trail in Massachusetts & Connecticut
  • Includes Elevation profiles
  • Includes a ziploc bag to keep the maps and book clean and dry while hiking
  • Publisher - Appalachian Trail Conservancy
  • Includes - everything you want to know about hiking the AT in the Bay state
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must have books

Bought this to replace a older edition. I have used these guide books for many years. they are the best I have found for hiking on the AT. The elevation graphs are a nice feature. it puts all the information to plan your trip in one place I own most of the series and replace every 4-5 years to keep up to date. I wouldn't go backpacking on the Appalachian trail without one.
wild eagle at Campmor on 10/10/2013