Appalachian Trail Conservancy  Appalachian Trail Southwest Virginia Guidebook and Maps Set

$29.95
Quantity

Members get an estimated $3.00 (10%) back on this item as a part of your annual .

Members get an estimated $3.00 (10%) back on this item.
To buy,  sign in as an REI Co-op Member or join now.

Covering 170 mi. from Pearisburg on the New River to the Tennessee state line south of Damascus, the Appalachian Trail Southwest Virginia guidebook and maps set makes it easy to plan your thru-hike.

Features

  • Pocket-size planning guide contains background information, points of interest and general advice; omnidirectional format includes shelters, water sources and road crossings
  • Provides long- and short-distance hiking info to help you know where you are, what went here before you, how to get to where you want to go and how to get help if you need it
  • Includes 4 water- and tear-resistant, 7-color maps on 2 sheets (1:63,360 scale)
  • Maps 1 and 2 cover New River to Rich Valley (North Fork of Holston River); maps 3 and 4 cover Poor Valley to the Virginia-Tennessee state line
  • With 100 ft. contour intervals, each map focuses on the Appalachian Trail and overlaps with the neighboring maps; they include surrounding areas and side trails
  • Easy-to-use elevation profile shows the distance to the next campsite or shelter, side trails and water sources; road crossings, waterfalls and scenic areas are also indicated
  • Set is packaged in a resealable plastic bag so you can choose whether to take the guidebook or maps—or both—on the trail
  • Official Appalachian Trail guidebook and map sets provide up-to-date descriptions of each part of the legendary trail as it meanders more than 2,189 mi. from Maine to Georgia

Made in USA.

View all Appalachian Trail Conservancy New England and Mid-Atlantic Hiking Guidebooks

Technical Specs

Item #105780
Best Use

Hiking

Dimensions

11 x 6.75 inches

Author(s)

Bill and Mary Ann Pruehsner

Number of Pages

207

Format

Paperback

ISBN-13

9781889386935

Publisher

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Copyright Year

2015

State / Province

Georgia

Maine

Tennessee

Virginia

Reviews
1 reviews with an average rating of 3.0 out of 5 stars

Loading Reviews...

Questions & Answers

Loading Questions...