The Davenport Gap to Damascus Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the southwest Virginia section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. in northeastern Tennessee and western North Carolina mostly follows a high, crooked ridgeline across the Southern Appalachians, an area that is known for both its natural beauty and rich history. This mountainous section of trail, which is mostly contained within the Cherokee and Pisgah National Forests, travels across the uplands of the Tennessee Valley, through the scenic Roan Highlands, and along the high ridge that separates Tennessee and North Carolina, deep in the heart of the Appalachian Mountain Range.
Other features found on this map include: Abingdon Gap Shelter, Bald Mountain Shelter, Big Bald, Cherokee National Forest, Cherry Gap Shelter, Clyde Smith Shelter, Cosby Knob Shelter, Curley Maple Gap Shelter, Damascus, Davenport Gap Shelter, Deer Park Mountain Shelter, Double Springs Shelter, Erwin, Flint Mountain Shelter, Groundhog Creek Shelter, Hogback Ridge Shelter, Hot Springs, Iron Mountain Shelter, Jerry Cabin Shelter, Laurel Fork Gorge, Laurel Fork Shelter, Little Laurel Shelter, Max Patch Mountain, Moreland Gap Shelter, Mountaineer Shelter, No Business Knob Shelter, Overmountain Shelter, Pisgah National Forest, Roan High Knob Shelter, Roaring Fork Shelter, Saunders Shelter, Spring Mountain Shelter, Stan Murray Shelter, Vandeventer Shelter, Walnut Mountain Shelter, Watauga Lake Shelter.
Unknown (Submitted on Apr 1st 2019)
This is a book. Not a fold out map of the entire section. This can't be used for orientateering if you find yourself lost.