The Hanover to Mount Carlo Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the New Hampshire section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. through New Hampshire is considered one of the more challenging sections of the trail, with long stretches above tree line and the possibility for rapid temperature change and snow any month of the year. But despite its difficulty, the trail offers some of the most spectacular scenery in New England as it leaves the Connecticut River valley to traverse the beautifully rugged White Mountains, a highlight of the A.T.
Other features found on this map include: Beaver Brook Shelter, Berlin, Carlo Col Shelter, Carter Dome, Carter Notch Shelter, Connecticut River, Crawford Notch State Park, Eliza Brook Shelter, Ethan Pond Shelter, Fire Warden's Cabin Shelter, Franconia Notch State Park, Full Goose Shelter, Galehead Shelter, Garfield Ridge Shelter, Gentian Pond Shelter, Gorham, Greenleaf Shelter, Guyot Shelter, Hanover, Hexacuba Shelter, Imp Shelter, Jeffers Brook Shelter, Kinsman Pond Shelter, Lakes of the Clouds Shelter, Lebanon, Lonesome Lake Shelter, Ludlow, Lyme, Madison Spring Shelter, Mahoosuc Arm, Mizpah Spring Shelter, Moose Mountain Shelter, Mount Carlo, Mount Cube, Mount Lafayette, Mount Madison, Mount Moosilauke, Mount Moriah, Mount Washington, North Woodstock, Norwich, Pinkham Notch, Rattle River Shelter, Smarts Mtn, Speck Pond Shelter, Trapper John Shelter, Velvet Rocks Shelter, White Mountain National Forest, White River Junction, Zealand Falls Shelter.
Kevin (Submitted on Jan 13th 2020)
Pamphlet format makes for easy access and storage. Rain proof material. Each page includes a map of the area, including other non-A.T. trails and mileage and elevation grid at the bottom of each page.