Appalachian Trail Data Book 2016 - New!
The Appalachian Trail Data Book 2016 is the thirty-eighth edition: essential for A.T. hiking and planning. A consolidation of the basic information from all 11 A.T. guidebooks into a lightweight table of distances between major Appalachian Trail shelters, road crossings, and features--divided according to the guidebook volumes and updated each fall to account for relocations, new or removed shelters, and other changes. Also keyed to ATC Appalachian Trail maps. Simply an indispensable resource for anyone section hiking on the AT or planning a thruhike.
Description: Thirty-eighth edition, dimensions: 5x7", 87 pages.
The A.T. Guide 2016 - New!
Appalachian Trail Thru-hikers' Companion 2016 - New!
The A.T. Thru-Hikers’ Companion is a collaboration between The Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association and is designed for potential thru-hikers who want all trail information at hand. It includes maps and details about the towns along with trail profile maps showing elevations along the way as well as equipment-makers' toll-free numbers, and post office hours.
Description: Twenty-third edition, dimensions: 6x9", 267 pages.
Written by a multi long distance trail hiker, this book is written to help you succeed in your hike. Covering the basics, such as Diet, Water, Gear, Resupply, Finances and more, Long-Distance Hiking goes the distance by explaining things many other books do not cover. Written in a concise, easy to understand style, Long Distance Hiking will give you all the options. Fully indexed for easy reference. Long-Distance Hiking can take your goals and make them real.Chapter List - 1) Diet, 2) Water, 3) Gear, 4) Resupply, 5) Repetitive Stress Injury, 6) Skin Care, 7) Frame of Mind, 8) The Elements, 9) Animals, 10) Finances.
Description: Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.3 inches ; 12.2 ounces; 224 pages.
Florida Trail Guide Book - New!
The Florida Trail Guide provides logistics for hiking and backpacking the Florida Trail, whether you’re planning a weekend trip with friends, an outing with a Scout troop, a week in the woods, section hikes of significant length, or a full thru-hike of 1,100 miles across the state of Florida.
This 348-page book covers the full length of the Florida Trail, including both portions that are designated National Scenic Trail segments as well as connector trails like the Ocean-to-Lake Trail. The Eastern Continental Trail (ECT) connector from Key West to Big Cypress National Preserve is covered in its own chapter. Mileages, and the overall flow of the book, are based on a typical thru-hiker route from Big Cypress to Fort Pickens, with alternate routes fully detailed in the back of the book.
New edition contains: 36% more information, more than 140 miles of trail relocations, and more
Description: Second edition, dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5, 348 pages.