So that we can devote more resources to protecting the Appalachian Trail, we have partnered with Mountaineers Books for the warehousing and distribution of Appalachian Trail Conservancy Publications.
Click HERE to order The Appalachian Trail Guide to New Hampshire/Vermont directly from Mountaineers Books.
Phone: 206-223-6303, Monday through Friday, 8:30a – 5:00p, Pacific Time.
The New Hampshire-Vermont set covers 330.4 miles from Grafton Notch, Maine, to North Adams, Massachusetts, in one official guidebook and eight water- and tear-resistant maps on four sheets. The pocket-sized planning guide contains background and interpretive information, points of interest, general advice, shelters, water sources, and road crossings. The omnidirectional format allows you to see where you are whether southbound or northbound. Each map is focused on the Appalachian Trail and overlaps with the neighboring maps. The surrounding area, out to about three miles, and additional side trails are also included. An easy-to-use elevation profile shows ups and downs and the distance to the next campsite or shelter, side trails, and water sources. For added interest, maps indicate federal or state lands, road crossings, waterfalls, and scenic areas. Maps are both water- and tear-resistant.
Thirteenth Edition, 2018.
Ryan Martinson (Submitted on Sep 5th 2019)
I’m section hiking the NH section of the AT next year and these maps are amazing. It’s giving me the opportunity to study them in advance.
Unknown (Submitted on Jul 5th 2019)
These maps will be indispensable on our day hikes.
Unknown (Submitted on May 9th 2019)
Great quality book and the maps are excellent in detail and hold up in rain
Sherry Marshall (Submitted on Aug 20th 2018)
These maps and guides are irrepaceable when it comes to planning and navigating section hiking for the entire family! Love the historical references mentioned in the guide, history lesson an added bonus!
Becky R. (Submitted on Jul 2nd 2018)
These maps are well made, accurate, semi-waterproof, and essential on the trail.