The Delaware Water Gap to Schaghticoke Mountain Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the New Jersey and New York sections of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The trail through New Jersey and New York is surprisingly rugged, and much more remote than one would imagine given its proximity to large population centers. For 160 miles the trail follows long mountain ridges; travels across bogs, wetlands, and broad river valleys; and meanders through numerous state parks, forests, and national park land.
Other features found on this map include: Bear Mountain State Park, Bear Mtn, Brink Road Shelter, Clarence Fahnestock Memorial State Park, Culvers Gap, Delaware Water Gap, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Fingerboard Shelter, Gren Anderson Shelter, Harriman State Park, High Point Shelter, High Point State Park, Hudson Highlands State Park, Kent, Kirkridge Shelter, Mashipacong Shelter, Morgan Stewart Shelter, Mount Algo Shelter, Newburgh, Pawling, Pochuck Mountain Shelter, Port Jervis, RPH Shelter, Rutherford Shelter, Stokes State Forest, Stroudsburg, Telephone Pioneers Shelter, Ten Mile River Shelter, Unionville, Warwick, Wawayanda Mtn, Wawayanda Shelter, Wawayanda State Park, West Mountain Shelter, West Point, Wildcat Shelter, Wiley Shelter, William Brien Memorial Shelter, Worthington State Forest.
Mario (Submitted on May 9th 2019)
Really like this map, it provides great detail on topography. Good amount of detail for a proper hiking preparation.