Katahdin: A Guide to Baxter State Park provides details of the park hosting the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, with a four-color topographic map and classic essays on the “Greatest Mountain,” Katahdin. Park officials built upon seven editions of this classic work by Steve Clark, a longtime A.T. volunteer. This edition includes new trail updates, campground descriptions, and backcountry campsites, as well as the history, geology, flora, and fauna of the park.
From the back cover:
From the breathtaking Knife Edge to sublime Chimney Pond, this book guides you through the Park’s 200+ miles of trails leading to remote ponds, more than forty granite peaks, along roaring mountain streams and through a country our forefathers and foremothers once knew. It has been preserved for us by the generosity and genius of one man, Percival P. Baxter. Journey to this wilderness park, the best east of the Mississippi.
Baxter State Park Authority. Seventh Edition, 2012.
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