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Picture of the productMap 7: AT in WV and N.VA - Potomac R & Harpers Ferry to VA 7
(17th edition, 2018) This map covers Virginia/West Virginia Sections 1 and 2 (19.8 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide for Maryland and Northern Virginia. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in 6 colors. Scale 1:50,000. Contour interval 10 meters. Has detailed enlargements covering the city of Harpers Ferry, the Blackburn Trail Center, and the Crescent Rock cliff area. The width of the A.T. corridor is shown by an area-fill green tint. The extent of other land holdings (Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, several WV wildlife management areas, and several private foundation parcels) are also shown by area-filled tints of various colors. Notes on this Edition: To allow easier use of this map with GPS devices, UTM grid lines were plotted 5 kilometers apart.

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PA140
Picture of the productMap 8: AT in N. VA South Half (Snickers Gap to Chester Gap)
(16th edition, 2017) This map covers Virginia Sections 3, 4, and 5 (34.6 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide for Maryland and Northern Virginia. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in 6 colors. Scale 1:63,360. Contour interval 100 feet. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines. Has detailed enlargements showing all hiking opportunities in the Sky Meadows State Park and the G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Management Area.

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PA150
Picture of the productMap 9: AT in Shenandoah National Park (North District)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (19th edition, 2015) This map covers SNP Sections 1 and 2 (27.7 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide to SNP and all side trails in the North District of SNP. It includes detailed enlargements of Dickey Ridge Visitor Center, Tom Floyd Wayside, Mathews Arm Campground & Elkwallow Wayside, and Thornton Gap - Panorama as well as a full explanation of the SNP Backcountry Camping Regulations revision, implemented in 2008 and revised in 2010. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 5 colors with a scale of 1:62,500 and contour interval of 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 5 kilometers apart. Datum: NAD 83. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines at a 7.5-minute interval. The 2015 edition introduces shaded relief to assist the user in terrain visualization.

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PA160
Picture of the productMap 10: AT in Shenandoah National Park (Central District)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (22nd edition, 2013) This map covers SNP Sections 3, 4, and 5 (34.6 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide for SNP, and all side trails in the Central District of SNP. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in 6 colors. Scale 1:62,200. Contour interval 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 5 kilometers apart. The UTM grid permits easy plotting or extraction of coordinates by those persons using GPS devices. On the back side are detailed enlargements of the Skyland, Hawksbill, Lewis Mountain, Big Meadows, and South River areas. NOTE: Panorama Restaurant at Skyline Drive and US-211 is closed. Gift store and restrooms available in season.

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PA170
Picture of the productMap 11: AT in Shenandoah National Park (South District)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members (17th edition, 2014). This map covers SNP Sections 6, 7, 8, and 9 (45.5 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide to SNP and all side trails in the South District of SNP. It includes detailed enlargements of the Loft Mountain, Blackrock, Rockfish Gap, and Mutton Hollow areas.

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PA180
Picture of the productMap 12: AT in GWNF Pedlar District (Rockfish Gap to Tye R.)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members.(12th edition, 2015) PATC Map 12 features complete coverage of the northern half of the Glenwood-Pedlar District of George Washington National Forest. It shows the Appalachian Trail from Rockfish Gap (I-64) southward to Spy Rock Road near the Montebello State Fish Hatchery. A.T. Guidebook Sections VA-15 through VA-17 as well as all maintained side trails are shown on the map. It includes detailed enlargements of Rockfish Gap, the Sherando Lake Recreation Area, and the Humpback Rocks Area. An elevation profile for A.T. sections VA-15 and VA-16 is included. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 5 colors with a scale of 1:63,360 and contour interval of 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 1 kilometer apart. Datum: NAD 83. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines at a 5-minute interval. The back side includes updated trail descriptions for all side trails on the map. All trails on this new edition were surveyed on the ground in 2013-2015 by PATC-trained volunteer GPS surveyors.

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PA190
Picture of the productMap 13: AT GWNF Pedlar District (Tye River to James River)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (7th edition, 2015) PATC Map 13 features complete coverage of the central section of the Glenwood-Pedlar District of George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. It shows the Appalachian Trail from Spy Rock Road near the Montebello State Fish Hatchery southward to Petites Gap in the James River Face Wilderness. A.T. Guidebook Sections VA-17 through VA-22 as well as all maintained side trails are shown on the map. An elevation profile for A.T. sections VA-17 through VA-22 is included. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 5 colors with a scale of 1:62,500 and contour interval of 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 1 kilometer apart. Datum: NAD 83. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines at a 5-minute interval. The back side includes updated trail descriptions for all side trails on the map. All trails on this new edition were surveyed on the ground in 2013-2015 by PATC-trained volunteer GPS surveyors.

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PA200
Picture of the productMap D: Potomac Gorge Area (Great Falls VA and C&O Canal NHP)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (5th edition, 2011) Updated for the first time since 2004, Map D is anchored on the Potomac River and covers all of Great Falls Park (National Park Service) and Riverbend Park and Scotts Run Nature Preserve (Fairfax County) on the Virginia side of the river, and the Palisades District of C&O Canal National Historical Park on the Maryland side (to include all of the ever popular and challenging Billy Goat Trail.). New features include brand-new topo maps using the latest GIS data, GPS-compatible grids for plotting locations using UTM Zone 18 or lat/long coordinates, shaded releif to emphasize the intricate terrain, new trails and trail realignments, expanded coverage of Riverbend Park, and information on long-distance trails through the Potomac Gorge. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock.

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PA210
Picture of the productMap F: Great North Mountain-North Half (VA/WV)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (6th edition, 2016) PATC Map F features coverage of the Lee District of George Washington National Forest along the VA/WV state line. The front side shows northern half of the Lee District, including Sections 17 and 18 of the Tuscarora Trail from Capon Springs Road southwestward along Great North Mountain, then eastward to Little North Mountain and Fetzer Gap in VA. All maintained side trails are shown on the map, color-coded by blaze color. An inset map of Trout Pond Recreation Area is included. The back side shows the southern half of the Lee District and portions of the North River District, including the North Mountain Trail and all other maintained side trails. An elevation profile for T.T. sections 17 and 18 and a table of trails are included. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 5 colors on both sides with a scale of 1:63,360 and contour interval of 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 1 kilometer apart. Datum: NAD 83. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines at a 5-minute interval. All trails on this new edition were surveyed on the ground in 2013-2015 by PATC-trained volunteer GPS surveyors.

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PA220
Picture of the productMap G: Massanutten Mt-North Half (Signal Knob to New Market)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (9th edition, 2014) With the North Fork of the Shenandoah River on the western flank, and the South Fork on the eastern flank this "U" shaped mountainous area encircles Fort Valley, an area selected by General George Washington as a location for a Continental Army "last stand" in the event of a unfortunate turn of events during the American Revolutionary War. This edition of Map G features the Massanutten Trail, a loop trail about 71 miles in length located in George Washington National Forest (Lee District). The map highlights Sections 19, 20, 21, and 22 (41.4 miles total) of the 252-mile Tuscarora Trail. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 5 colors. Scale 1:63,360. Contour interval 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 5 kilometers apart. The back side provides color enlargements of Elizabeth Furnace area, Camp Roosevelt recreation area, Woodstock Tower area, Shenandoah River State Park, and Lion's Tale Trail. Scale of enlargements ranges from 1:2,500 to 1:28,000. Map includes shaded relief for main map and all enlargements. Come explore the wilderness! These trails are lightly traveled, making them ideal candidates for those interested in losing the crowds.

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PA230
Picture of the productMap H: Massanutten Mt-South Half (New Market to Mass. Peak)
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (6th edition, 2014) PATC Map H covers the narrow mountain ridge extending from New Market Gap (US-211) to the Massanutten Ski Resort area on the southern edge. There are about 28 miles of excellent trails in this portion of George Washington National Forest. While the south half of the mountain range is visited less than the north half, there are some exceptionally beautiful areas in this region. This map highlights the Massanutten South Trail. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 5 colors, Map H has a scale of 1:63,360 and contour interval of 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 5 kilometers apart. Datum: NAD 83. The 2014 edition introduces shaded relief to assist the user in terrain visualization.

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PA240
Picture of the productAppalachian Trail Guide to Maryland and N. Virginia (Book 6)
$11.20 for members, $14.00 for non-members. (18th edition, 2015) The 2015 Appalachian Trail Guide to Maryland and Northern Virginia, Eighteenth Edition, the first since 2008, has just been released. This edition retains the familiar cover looking down into Harpers Ferry toward Sandy Hook Bridge. There have been significant updates to some of the side trails, notably the Catoctin Trail in Maryland, but no major changes to the AT since the last edition. GPS coordinates using North American Datum 83 have been added for parking lots and key road crossings.

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PB100
Picture of the productAT Guide Set #6 (Guide Book to MD and N.VA w/ maps 5-6,7,8)
$24.80 for members, $31.00 for non-members. Includes Guide Book #6 covering the state of Maryland, and Northern Virginia to the Shenandoah National Park boundary, and PATC's most recent Maps 5&6, 7, and 8.

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PB110
Picture of the productAppalachian Tr. Guide to Shenandoah NP+side trails (Book 7)
$11.20 for members, $14.00 for non-members. The 15th edition (2016) of the Appalachian Trail Guide to Shenandoah National Park and Side Trails has just been released. This edition, with the familiar black bear on the cover, contains essential information about hiking and resources in the Shenandoah National Park as well as current Park regulations related to hiking and camping. The edition also includes extensive information about first aid along the trail and about the human history, geology, and natural history of the park. There have been no major changes to the AT or to the side trails since the last edition.New to this edition are the GPS coordinates, using North American Datum 83, for parking lots and key road crossings. The trails in this guide are shown on PATC Maps 9, 10, and 11.

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PB120
Picture of the productAppalachian Trail Guide Set #7 (Guide to SNP w/maps 9,10,11)
$24.80 for members, $31.00 for non-members. Includes Guide Book #7 covering all the trails in Shenandoah National Park, and PATC's most recent Maps 9, 10, and 11.

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PB130
Picture of the productGuide to Great North Mountain Trails
The Third Edition (2017) of the Guide to Great North Mountain Trails is now available. This edition, edited by Glenn Palatini, and its predecessor are primarily updates of the First Edition prepared by the late Wil Kohlbrenner. He is due recognition for the foundation of this work. The guide includes detailed descriptions of more than 40 trails along the Virginia-West Virginia border in the Lee Ranger District of the George Washington National Forest. The area covered in this guide corresponds to the area covered on PATC map F. In addition to trail descriptions and mileage diagrams, the guide provides an historical overview of sites along the trails, which include iron blast furnaces, charcoal hearths, and chimney stones. The photographs in this edition were provided by Richard Stromberg and Ed Brimberg. Ed also provided updates to the mileage diagrams; Brian Goudreau provided the GPS coordinates.

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PB135
Picture of the productMassanutten Guide Set (Guide to Massanutten Mtn w/ maps G&H)
$16.00 for members, $20.00 for non-members. Includes the 2013 5th edition of the Massanutten Hiking Guide and current versions of maps G and H, which cover the region.

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PB140
Picture of the productTuscarora Trail Map Set (Maps F, G, J, K, and L)
$26.80 for members, $33.50 for non-members. Get this 5 PATC map set covering the amazing Tuscarora Trail. From the northern trailhead where the Appalachian Trail crests over the Blue Mountain, northwest of Harrisburg, PA to the southern trailhead at the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the North District of Shenandoah National Park, this map set will guide you every mile of the way. All PATC maps are printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 6 colors. Set includes Map J, Map K, Map L, Map F, and Map G.

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PB155
Picture of the productCircuit Hikes in Shenandoah National Park
$8.00 for members, $10.00 for non-members. (17th edition, 2013) The updated edition is now available of this invaluable guide to hiking in the Shenandoah National Park. A new 7.7 mile circuit to Rapidan Camp is included in this revised edition. Circuit hikes are included for all sections of the park; North, Central and South Districts. Options for easy, moderate and strenuous hikes are detailed. This edition includes all new maps in two colors for clearer trail designations, proximity to Appalachian Trail, PATC cabins, delineation of roads and many other features. 116 pages, 29 circuit hikes with maps and 17 photos.

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PC100
Picture of the productCircuit Hikes in Virginia, West Va., Maryland, and Pa.
$8.00 for members, $10.00 for non-members. (9th edition, 2013).Includes 25 hikes plus some new variations in PATC's region. Among the changes for this edition: - A new circuit in West Virginia’s Sleepy Creek WMA - Another new circuit in Maryland’s Susquehanna State Park - A third new circuit in the Trout Pond area along the Virginia/West Virginia border - Recent conversion of bridle trails to hiking paths at Gettysburg National Military Park - Longer circuits in the Massanuttens (Bird Knob and Duncan Knob areas) and in Manassas National Battlefield Park Plus: Updated maps by Dave Pierce and many new photographs of trails in all seasons.

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PC110
Picture of the productThe Tuscarora Trail: A Guide to the South Half in WV and VA
$9.60 for members, $12.00 for non-members. (6th Edition, 2016, 136pp.) This latest edition of the guide for hiking the Tuscarora Trail South in Virginia and West Virginia has a new look! Within a new cover and a new design, it incorporates recent trail changes/relocations and adds NAD83 GPS coordinates for the 12 trail sections comprising it. It also includes the informative and delightful to read sections on the geology and flora and fauna of the area through which the trail passes found in previous editions. Includes 12 photos.

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PC117
Picture of the productHikes in the Washington Region: Part B - Northern Virginia
$8.00 for members, $10.00 for non-members. The 2015 Fifth Edition, the first since 2007, is part of a trilogy on Washington, D.C., area hiking. Part B offers a variety of hiking experiences in Northern Virginia; it describes more routes, with more options for longer and shorter variations than previous editions, and extends beyond the immediate Capital Beltway to the Shenandoah River and close to Harpers Ferry. GPS trailhead coordinates (NAD83) have also been added.

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PC130
Picture of the productThese Hills Were Home
Our newest publication - These Hills Were Home: A Walking History Guide to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northern Greene and Western Madison County, Virginia - has just arrived! Lovingly written by Kristie Kendall, the author's purpose "is to breathe new life into the history of the mountain communities that once flourished in the Blue Ridge Mountains."* She provides the reader with a historic context and a trail guide for exploring "life in the mountains from the first white settlers through the 1930s, when land was obtained for the creation of the Shenandoah National Park."* She reminds readers at several points that the sites described in the book are the places where generations of mountain families lived out their lives, and should be treated with respect and left undisturbed. The book, 132 pages, includes 97 photographs and 12 trail maps. *Quotes taken from About this Book, page 1

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PC150
Picture of the productGuide to Massanutten Mountain Hiking Trails
$8.00 for members, $10.00 for non-members. The latest (2013) revision of the PATC Guide to Massanutten Hiking Trails, 5th ed. is updated with maximum grade and climb/descent values for each trail. These values may be used by hikers as an aid to assess the difficulty of hiking the trail. Climb and descent values are the sums of all ups and downs and not merely the difficulty of the trail. GPS data is included in this guide. This is your best guide to hiking the trails in the Massanutten Mountain section of the Lee Ranger District of the George Washington National Forest in Virginia. The guide provides easy to follow mile by mile trail directions, detailed trail descriptions, history, and flora along the trail for your safety and enjoyment. For ease of use and accuracy, this new guide is a must! 174 pages 4 ¼ x 7 softcover, 10 mileage diagrams, 27 beautiful photos

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PC160
Picture of the productClimbers' Guide to the Great Falls of the Potomac
$10.36 for members, $12.95 for non-members. (Second Edition; Tate; 2001; 190pp.) This guide provides maps, descriptions, and ratings of technical climbing routes along the Potomac River; covers both the Maryland and Virginia shorelines. The revised edition includes dozens of new routes, and updated maps and photos that are extremely easy to read.

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PC190
Picture of the productThe Dean Mountain Story
$8.00 for members, $10.00 for non-members. The Dean Mountain Story began in England in the mid-1750s when two brothers, John and William Deane, boarded a Dutch ship and sailed to Pennsylvania. From there the brothers traveled south to Orange County, Virginia, and settled east of the North Mountain, now known as the Blue Ridge. Little is known of John's and William's lives, but Rockingham County records show that in 1816 James Dean, son of John (who had dropped the "e" from his name), married Susanne Harness. In the early 1820s, Susanne and the couple's two young daughters died in an epidemic, leaving James and his son Jeremiah alone. In 1824 James married his second wife, Sarah Monger, and built a lovely two-story brick house for her in the valley beside Elk Run. The story of how James and Sarah Dean and their children left the valley and lived out their lives on Dean Mountain, now a part of Shenandoah National Park, has been reconstructed from family folklore and records in the family Bible. A fascinating look at life in the mountains before the Park.

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PC240
Picture of the productShenandoah Heritage: The Story of the People Before the Park
$8.00 for members, $10.00 for non-members. (6th printing, 2000 ) The descendants of the mountain people speak with deep respect of the self-reliance of their forebears. They refer to the stamina, the craftsmanship, the woodlore of these people. They wonder if our modern, "civilized" way of life is really an improvement over that of their ancestors: "Is it progress to make people dissatisfied? To make them want what they don't have?" Shenandoah Heritage is a compiliation of true stories and anecdotes about life in the Blue Ridge before the Park. Written by PATC's only club President who seved two separate terms in office, the book offers a rich view of the "story of the people before the park". Many photographs and many names you'll recognize that now designate mountain hollows and mountains within Shenandoah National Park. A "heritage" book well worth owning.

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PC250
Picture of the productShenandoah Vestiges: What the Mountain People Left Behind
(5th printing, 2017) This book is mostly photographs of places most visitors to Shenandoah National Park never see - deep in what is now the park backcountry. Pictures are heavily supported by explanatory text and other background information. Much of the park was open field and pasture when the park was established in 1937. As the mountain families moved (or were moved) from their homes, they left behind a fascinating history of old homesites and artifacts. Shenandoah Vestiges explores some of what was left behind - the old homes, implements, even children's toys - with explanations of what the artifacts were, and how they were used by mountain families. The book is 71 pages and includes 73 photographs. Readers are reminded that artifacts should not be removed or disturbed.

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PC260
Picture of the productShenandoah Secrets: The Story of the Park's Hidden Past
$12.80 for members $16.00 for non-members. (Revised 2011 ) The authors point out significant and interesting events that transpired within what is now the boundaries of the Shenandoah National Park before it was a park. What secrets lie hidden in the Park's forests and briery tangles? What fascinating all-but-forgotten incidents took place inside its boundaries? Today, Shenandoah National Park is, in the words of an old mountain woman, "a play place for city folk." But that was not always the case. Before it was a Park, it was home to nearly 500 families in more than 300 square miles of Virginia countryside — a microcosm of an earlier America. Industry, agriculture, commerce, war with its military actions, political decisions, community, church, and family life—all these have left their mark here. As time passes, these marks grow fainter. The Reeders have kept their memories alive through the words of this book. The authors have collected and published many photographs gleaned from the files of history, some of which were published for the first time. They are candid in their realism and their articulation of life as it was in the past, before the arrival of the artificial "wilderness" created by the formation of the Park. It is many of these same photos that have caused the Park's cultural resource mavens to ban Secrets from being sold in the Park because they depict a period in American history when poverty was prevalent, not only within the confines of current Park boundaries, but in much of rural and urban American. The Depression affected millions of people everywhere, not just in SNP. Within the mountain culture, no one was ashamed to be poor because people cared for each other. No one went hungry. The book's rare and unusual photos depict some of the only interior shots of mountain homes, as well as cabins, schools, mills and other industry, recreation, farm life, animals, and the admirable Appalachian ethics and way of life. Complementing the photos are anecdotes straight from the former inhabitants (some quite humorous), as well as carefully researched events going back to before the founding of the nation. Where possible, these events are tied to the sites where they occurred within the Park, along the roads, the trails, and through the gaps.

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PC270
Picture of the productMemories of a Lewis Mountain Man
$8.00 for members, $10.00 for non-members. (1993) John Stoneberger, who always referred to himself as a "moutaineer and hillbilly", wanted later generations to know about the people who lived in that part of the Blue Ridge Mountains (now part of Shenandoah National Park) where his family had lived during the first third of this century. These are his reminiscences and ancedotes of his family and neighbors, mountain customs (feasts, moonshine, music), the first church, and the first school. Stoneberger beautifully captures a time and place of hard work, simple virtues, and love of mountain life.

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PC320
Picture of the productGuidebook of 70 Unique Hikes
$23.60 for members; $29.50 for non-members. Your complete guide to 70 unique hikes being offered at the 2015 ATC Biennial Conference. This guide was designed, compiled and produced entirely by PATC Volunteers. Features: Printed on waterproof 8.5" x 11" paper; three-ring binding allows individual hikes to be removed for the day; each hike features a custom map, elevation profile, GPS trailhead coordinates, hike description, trail directions, photos and a bit of history; composite elevation profiles help you select the hikes that best match your capabilities; additional information about family-friendly hikes, swimming holes and PATC maps and guidebooks that supplement each hike.

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PC330
Picture of the productHiker's Guide to Civil War Trails in the Mid-Atlantic Region
$9.60 for members, $12.00 for non-members. Hiker's Guide to Civil War Trails in the Mid-Atlantic Region includes 27 day-hikes around battlefields, along lines of march, and through defensive works. Each hike is accompanied by a simple but clear topo map and trail description as well as historical information about the events that happened along the path the hike follows and the significance of those events.

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PC340
Picture of the productAppalachian Trail Guide Set to Central Virginia (Set 8)
$22.36 for members, $27.95 for non-members. 3rd Edition, 2010. This Appalachian Trail Guide published by the Appalachian Trial Conservancy provides the only official descriptions of this part of the AT. The guides includes separate, easy-to-read trail maps printed on tear-resistant, water-resistant material.

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XX150
Picture of the productAppalachian Trail Guide Set to Southwest Virginia (Set 9)
$18.36 for members, $22.95 for non-members. The Appalachian Trail Guides published by the Appalachian Trial Conservancy provide the only official descriptions of each part of the AT. AT guides include up to seven separate, easy-to-read trail maps printed on tear-resistant, water-resistant material.

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XX155
Picture of the productWashington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park Trail Guide
$6.40 for members, $8.00 for non-members. (2004) 62pp. This full-color guide on coated paper provides maps to the 45-mile-long Washington and Old Dominion Trail, a "rails to trails" project. Originally, the W&OD was a railroad established in 1859 that ran trains over the line until 1968. When the railroad closed down, Virginia Electric and Power bought the right-of-way and installed high-tension wires to served the growing populace of Northern Virginia. In 1977, the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority negotiated an agreement with Virginia Power to purchase the right-of-way in stages. In 1982, the NVRPA bought the last segment (though VA Power still maintains an easement for their lines). The route is paved in asphalt, making it ideal for bike riding, roller blading, and other sports that require a smooth surface. The NVRPA also added a number of improvements, including interpretive boards, waysides, drinking fountains, and landscaping. While the paved trail can be a little hard on the feet for hiking, it's still an interesting route worthy of exploration, running from Arlington, VA (where it connects to the Mt. Vernon Bike Path) west to Purcellville, VA (12 miles south of Harpers Ferry)

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XX280
Picture of the productGeology along Skyline Drive
$13.56 for members, $16.95 for non-members. Skyline Drive stretches for 105 miles along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Shenandoah National Park. For the length of the drive, rock formations by the road and on mountainsides provide clues to the dramatic history of this area. Badger's easy-to-read book tells the story of these rock formations and of much of the magnificent scenery viewed from the Drive. With the help of color photos, maps, diagrams, and sidebars, the book does more than give a wealth of information: it is a truly fascinating read. Author: Robert Badger published by SNPA, 2004 revised edition, 2012 100 pages, 8 1/2" x 11", full-color photos

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XX530
Picture of the productNature Guide to Shenandoah National Park
$13.56 for members, $16.95 for non-members. The Nature Guide to Shenandoah National Park is a compact field guide filled with fascinating information about the diverse array of plants, animals, and natural features in the park. The guide is easy to use both because it size makes it easy to carry with you for when you spot something you want to identify or learn more about and it is written at an accessible, non-technical level. This guide is a gem for anyone who wants to learn more about the natural world of the park.

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XX535
Picture of the productWildflowers of Shenandoah National Park
Member price $10.36; non-member price $12.95. This pocket-sized book contains detailed descriptions and beautiful photographs of 125 of the most common species found in the Shenandoah National Park. Each of these descriptions contains one or more interesting tidbits about the uses or history of the plant. For example, the underground blub-like stems of the spring beauty were gathered by settlers in the spring and boiled and eaten like potatoes.

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Picture of the productShenandoah Natl Park Official Handbook
$11.96 for members, $14.95 for non-members. (Whisnant, Whisnant and Silver,2011) In this first official handbook of Shenandoah National Park, the story of how a narrow strip of the Blue Ridge Mountains became a sanctuary - for harried city-dwellers and road-weary travelers, as well as black bears, peregrine falcons, and thousands of species of plants and animals - is told.

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Picture of the productGeology of Old Rag Mountain
$4.40 for members, $5.50 for non-members. (Paul Hackley, 2006) This booklet provides a hiking tour of geologic, ecologic and cultural features present along the Old Rag Ridge and Saddle Trails. As you hike, stops along the trail will help you to discover the majesty adn splendor of the rocks that underlie the mountain.

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