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WhiteBlaze Pages - Trail Guidebooks
Appalachian Trail Guidebooks
WhiteBlaze Pages has three version of this guidebook.
The Appalachian Trail also known as the “AT” is a National Scenic Trail extending from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Mount Katahdin, Maine. The Appalachian Trail is a public footpath that traverses the scenic, wooded, pastoral, and wild, of the Appalachian Mountains. Conceived in 1921, built by private citizens, and completed in 1937.
Long Trail Guidebooks
Long Trail Pages for the Vermont's Long Trail has one version of this guidebook being produced right now but the highbred version is in the works.
This covers Vermont’s Long Trail. A 272.0-mile trail that runs the length of the state of Vermont. It follows the main ridge of the Green Mountains starting at the Massachusetts-Vermont state line to the Canadian border. The trail climbs Vermont’s highest peaks and passes pristine ponds, alpine sedge, hardwood forests, and swift streams. The Long Trail is the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the United States. Many have said that this trail is a good preliminary trail to prepare for the Appalachian Trail.
Cohos Trail Guidebooks
Cohos Trail Pages has two versions of this guidebook being produced right now but the paperback version is in the works.
This covers New Hampshire’s Cohos Trail. A 160.4-mile trail that starts at the base of the White Mountains, continuing through the White Mountains and to the Canadian border. Covering 4,000-foot summits, glacial tarns, quiet beaver ponds, and abundant wildlife.
Hiking season is late June to October.
- Paperback version (COMING SOON)
- Basic PDF
- Highbred version that works interactively with Gaia GPS
C&O Towpath Guidebooks
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, abbreviated as the C&O Canal. Cyclists call it the C&O. Many people refer to the trail as the towpath. Here I will refer to it as the C&O Towpath or Towpath. The Towpath is solely in Maryland.
The towpath is the dirt and stone path that runs 184.2 miles along the C&O Canal, where visitors can walk, run, or bike the distance between Georgetown and Cumberland, MD. and it follows the Potomac River. The riding surface varies in different sections but at most it is a dirt road with some short paved areas. It is not rough but be prepared for potholes, roots, rocks, and the occasional wet mud. The C&O Canal towpath is a great starting point for anyone wanting to try out bike-packing in the USA for the first time.