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Picture of the productMap 1: AT Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania
(12th edition, 2015) This map covers Section 9, 10 and 11 (35.7 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide for Pennsylvania. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in 6 colors. Scale 1:63,360. Contour interval 20 feet. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines. (NOTE: The A.T. portrayed on this map is maintained by the Mountain Club of Maryland and the Cumberland Valley AT Management Association.)

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Picture of the productTuscarora Trail Map Set (Maps F, G, J, K, and L)
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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Picture of the productCircuit Hikes in Virginia, West Va., Maryland, and Pa.
(10th edition, 2019). This guide, known by many as simply the 4-States book, includes many of the iconic hikes found in our beautiful mid-Atlantic region. Two things that make this edition so special are that all of the inside photos, 27 of them by editors Larry Broadwell and William Needham, are in color, and it has a stunning cover photo reflecting fall in Hazel Country by Barbara Southworth, used with her permission. As in prior editions, the guide features 25 circuit routes in the four-state area complete with trailhead GPS coordinates using the NAD83 system, and a detailed topographic map by Dave Pierce for each route. Three of the entries are entirely new. Others have been revised to vary routes described in prior years. Still others have been updated to reflect reroutes, historical research, and more. While some of the circuits are less familiar than others, all comprise a dayhiker's dream book.

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Picture of the productThe Tuscarora Trail: A Guide to the North Half in MD and PA
(6th Edition, 2016, 104pp.) This latest edition of the guide for hiking the Tuscarora Trail North in Maryland and Pennsylvania 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 10 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 17 photos.

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Picture of the productDiary of a Trail
Tom Floyd tells the story of the people who struggled to build the Tuscarora Trail, a 250-mile hiking trail, to serve as backup or replacement for a lengthy section of the Appalachian Trail threatened by encroaching development. With the passage of the National Scenic Trails Act of 1968, the trail had protected status and its continuity was assured; nonetheless, the Keystone Trails Association and the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club determined to complete the work they had begun. This is the story of how the two trails - the Tuscarora Trail in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and the Big Blue Trail in Virginia and West Virginia - became the Tuscarora Trail. Floyd recounts the long quest to this end that began in Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest, and then headed north to the top of Blue Mountain just west of the Susquehanna River and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In the story he tells, no part of planning or building the trail was easy; it entailed long months of scouting, poring over land records, writing letters to landholders and visiting them, seeking informal agreements or donations of lands, rights-of-way, and easements; and sometimes raising money to purchase forestlands, springs, and campsites. The volunteers broke trail, cleared thickets, moved stone, and built and shored up footway through rugged terrain. They built bridges, campsites, and shelters. The work didn't end there; once built, volunteers maintained the trail, rebuilt sections, bought more lands and easements, and rerouted parts of the trail to satisfy changes in landownership. These activities are never ending and continue on today as a renewed interest in the Tuscarora Trail is evident.

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Picture of the productHiker's Guide to Civil War Trails in the Mid-Atlantic Region
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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Picture of the productTuscarora Trail Patch
The official Tuscarora Trail patch, for those who hike the trail.

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Picture of the productAppalachian Trail Guide Set to Pennsylvania (Set 5)
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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