The official Appalachian Trail maps are essential hiking materials for both thru- and section- hikers. Each map is focused on the Appalachian Trail and overlaps with the neighboring maps, ideal for long-distance hikes and planning. The surrounding area and additional side trails are also included. An easy-to-use elevation profile shows the distance to the next campsite or shelter, side trails, and water sources. For added interest, maps indicate road crossings, waterfalls, and scenic areas. Maps are both water- and tear-resistant. PATC Map 11: Appalachian Trail and other trails in Shenandoah National Park South District Published by Potomac Appalachian Trail Club: 1:63,360-scale, 100 foot contour interval topographic maps. GPS compatible. Revised 2014. The Appalachian Trail is a 2,190-plus-mile volunteer-maintained national scenic trail across 14 eastern states-legendary among long-distance footpaths. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy, a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1925, is the lead caretaker under a unique set of agreements with federal and state agencies. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy's mission is to preserve and manage the Appalachian Trail. Proceeds from the sale of items go back into the protection of the Appalachian Trail experience.
Official Appalachian Trail map
Shows road crossings, waterfalls, and scenic areas
Distances to the next shelter, side trails, and water sources
Water- and tear-resistant