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We recommend downloading GPS tracks, carrying the fold-out map and having the cue sheet along for the ride, too.
The New 2023-2024 edition Paper maps are available! Great to have when planning your trip!
The 7-panel, accordion-fold map is printed on a waterproof paper, perfect to guide you when planning your trip and while biking the trail.
You can get one FOR FREE!
This map was designed by Larry Garland, the cartographer for the Appalachian Mountain Club.
To obtain the free map, just email us your mailing address (your street address!) to email@example.com.
Use this map along with the cue sheet or downloaded GPS data to provide all the information you need for your adventure.
We send out maps for free, but are always willing to take a small donation to help us keep our budget in the black!
Below are pdfs of the front and back side of the 7-panel map of the entire route. You can print it out in parts and pieces if you like....but you will like the free map better!
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