The East Mountain to Hanover Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the Vermont section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The landscape of Vermont is a variety of wooded mountains, forests of white pine and paper birch, and rolling terrain dotted by fields and pastures. To the north and east, the A.T. crosses short, steep hills and overgrown farmlands that characterize the Connecticut River valley. Farther south is the rugged and rocky high country of the Green Mountains.
Other features found on this map include: Bennington, Big Branch Shelter, Bromley Mountain, Bromley Shelter, Churchill Scott Shelter, Clarendon Shelter, Clarksburg State Forest, Congdon Shelter, Cooper Lodge Shelter, Glastenbury Mountain, Goddard Shelter, Governor Clement Shelter, Green Mountain National Forest, Greenwall Shelter, Hanover, Happy Hill Shelter, Kid Gore Shelter, Killington Peak, Lebanon, Little Rock Pond Shelter, Lost Pond Shelter, Manchester Center, Melville Nauheim Shelter, Minerva Hinchey Shelter, North Adams, Norwich, Peru Peak Shelter, Pico Camp Shelter, Rutland, Seth Warner Shelter, Spruce Peak Shelter, Stony Brook Shelter, Story Spring Shelter, Stratton Mountain, Stratton Pond Shelter, Thistle Hill Shelter, Velvet Rocks Shelter, Wallingford, White River Junction, William B. Douglas Shelter, Winturri Shelter, Woodstock.
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