The Schaghticoke Mountain to East Mountain Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the Connecticut and Massachusetts sections of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The trail in this section of New England skirts the northwest corner of Connecticut and traverses what remains of a once mighty mountain range. The hiking is moderate through Connecticut and the climbs are short, but can be steep. As the trail crosses into Massachusetts, it enters the Berkshires, characterized by wooded hills and outstanding views with pleasant, flat hiking along the Berkshire plateau.
Other features found on this map include: Bear Mountain, Beartown State Forest, Brassie Brook Shelter, Cheshire, Clarksburg State Forest, Cornwall Bridge, Dalton, East Mountain State Forest, Falls Village, Glen Brook Shelter, Great Barrington, Housatonic State Forest, Kay Wood Shelter, Kent, Lee, Limestone Spring Seth Warner Shelter, Mark Noepel Shelter, Mount Algo Shelter, Mount Greylock State Reservation, Mount Everett, Mount Greylock, Mount Wilcox North Shelter, Mount Wilcox South Shelter, North Adams, October Mountain State Forest, October Mountain Shelter, Pine Swamp Brook Shelter, Pittsfield, Rand’s View, Riga Shelter, Stewart Hollow Brook Shelter, Ten Mile River Shelter, The Hemlocks Shelter, Tom Leonard Shelter, Tyringham, Wilbur Clearing Shelter, Wiley Shelter.
Unknown (Submitted on Jan 27th 2019)
Impactful tool to plan and conduct hiking along the AT. Small book and detailed maps are perfect for a walk in the woods.