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More about Trail Conference's Programs in the Catskill Mountains
- Learn more about the Trail Conference's Catskills Community Trails Program and get news on Catskill Mountains trails, crews, workshops, volunteer opportunities, conservation and advocacy efforts, events and more!
- The Trail Conference's Lean-to Maintenance, Repair and Reconstruction Program in the Catskill Mountains
- The Long Path between Phoenicia and the Burroughs Range Trail - This multi-year project is building over nine miles of new backcountry trail over Romer, Cross and Pleasant Mountains and will connect the village of Phoenicia to the Burroughs Range Trail.
Learn more about the Trail Conference's Catskills Community Trails Program and get news and information on Catskill Mountains trails, crews, workshops, volunteer opportunities, conservation and advocacy efforts, events and more!
The newly revised 10th edition (2013) of the map set is now available!
List Price: $16.95 ($12.71 for members)
Published by: New York-New Jersey Trail Conference (2013)
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is excited to announce the 10th edition of their popular Catskill Trails map set, the most up-to-date and accurate trail map of the Catskill Park available. This six-map set features trails in and around the Catskill Park in Greene, Ulster, Delaware and Sullivan Counties of New York, covering more than 325,000 acres of protected land. More than 400 miles of marked trails, including over 100 miles of the Long Path, are shown on the map set, and the eastern end of the 558-mile Finger Lakes Trail is also included.
This revised tenth edition of Catskill Trails features a number of trail updates and other adjustments to the maps. Among the more significant additions are newly-marked trails in Shandaken Wild Forest, Elm Ridge Wild Forest, and Bearpen Mountain State Forest. A portion of the new Kaaterskill Rail Trail, scheduled to open this spring, has been included, and the relocation of the Long Path between Minnewaska State Park Preserve and Sundown Wild Forest is now shown. DEC state park land boundaries have been updated and include a recent large acquisition near Belleayre Mountain. Throughout the map set coverage area, more viewpoints and points of interest have been added, as well as additional primitive campsites and parking areas. Updated roads data throughout the region have been incorporated, and more New York City DEP watershed lands have been added. Many additional minor corrections and changes have also been made, making this new edition of the Catskill Trails map set even more accurate than before.
Additional map features include 50-foot contour lines, all 35 peaks in the Catskills over 3,500 feet, lean-tos, springs and other points of interest. Detailed trail descriptions on the map backs have been updated with the latest trail changes. As always, the maps are printed in vibrant color on waterproof, tear-resistant Tyvek.
At only $16.95 ($12.71 for Trail Conference members), this comprehensive Catskill Trails map set is a must-have for exploring the vast parklands in the Catskills.
To obtain this map set, call 201-512-9348, shop online by clicking here, or stop in at the Trail Conference office.
To learn more about the Trail Conference's efforts in the Catskills, including trail news, trail crew work, trainings, events and more, click here!
Catskill Trails was produced with generous support from Campmor, an outdoor store and retail partner of the Trail Conference.