Appalachian Trail Data, Book 2000

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Daniel Chazin
Menasha Ridge Press, Incorporated, Feb 1, 2000 - Travel - 72 pages
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Updated every fall, this essential companion condenses into state-by-state tables--in an at-a-glance format--the distance information detailed in 11 guidebooks and adds (through codes) information on shelter locations, water sources, post offices, road crossings, supply sources, lodging, and eateries.

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This is a must-have for anyone hiking the Appalachian Trail (although, you'll want to have the latest version, not the 2004 version because it is updated every year with more recent information). This ... Read full review


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A lawyer and longtime author for, and official of, the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference, Mr. Chazin has edited the "Appalachian Trail Data Book" since 1983.

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