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Learn more about Appalachian Trail Guide to Massachusetts-Connecticut:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1889386677
ISBN-13: 9781889386676
Sku: 211988272
Publish Date: 8/5/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 4.75L x 1.75T
Pages:  224
Edition Number:  12
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The official guide to the 145 miles of the Appalachian Trail between the Vermont and New York lines, paralleling the western borders of Massachusetts and Connecticut. Features of the route include Mt. Greylock, the nearby towns of the Berkshires, and the riverwalks of western Connecticut. This guidebook, in modern "unidirectional" format, comes with a set of four detached topographical maps (two sheets, printed on both sides), scaled at 1:63,360 with 100-foot contours and including elevation profiles, shelters and other features and water sources.
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The official guide to the 145 miles of the Appalachian Trail between the Vermont and New York lines, paralleling the western borders of Massachusetts and Connecticut. Features of the route include Mt. Greylock, the nearby towns of the Berkshires, and the riverwalks of western Connecticut. This guidebook, in modern unidirectional format, comes with a set of four detached topographical maps (two sheets, printed on both sides), scaled at 1:63,360 with 100-foot contours and including elevation profiles, shelters and other features and water sources.
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