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Kittatinny Trails (Map)
List Price: $13.95 ($10.46 for members)
Published by: New York-New Jersey Trail Conference (2012)
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is pleased to announce the publication of the revised sixth edition of our Kittatinny Trails map set. This four-map set covers trails and parklands along the Kittatinny Ridge in northwestern New Jersey. 275 miles of marked trails, including more than 50 miles of the Appalachian Trail, are shown within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, High Point State Park, Stokes State Forest, Worthington State Forest, and other nearby parklands.
Among the more significant trail updates are a recent relocation of the Appalachian Trail near Sunfish Pond, the newly-marked Cliff Park trail system near Milford, Pennsylvania, and the now-complete McDade Recreational Trail that stretches 32 miles alongside the Delaware River. Locations of shelters and water sources along the Appalachian Trail are now more accurately placed, and additional features along this National Scenic Trail in Pennsylvania are now shown. Throughout the map set coverage area, more viewpoints and points of interest have been added, and notices of temporary trail and road closures due to storm damage are included. Parking locations are more accurately depicted, and updated roads data throughout New Jersey has been incorporated. Many additional minor corrections and changes have also been made, making this new edition of the Kittatinny Trails map set even more accurate than before.
Three inset maps provide additional detail for popular park destinations. Along the Appalachian Trail, sources of drinking water, shelters, side trails, and parking access areas are identified. Additional map features include 20-foot contour lines, UTM gridlines, green overprint for public access lands, parking areas, viewpoints, camping areas, and other points of interest. As always, the maps are printed in vibrant color on waterproof, tear-resistant Tyvek.
In addition to being great trail maps, this set also includes a number of features useful for traveling along the scenic Delaware River. River mileages, access points, and rapids are shown, and river campsite locations have been updated, with the numbers of all campsites now shown.
At only $13.95 ($10.46 for Trail Conference members), this comprehensive map set is a must-have for exploring the vast parklands along the Kittatinny Ridge and adjacent section of the Delaware River.
To obtain this map set, call 201-512-9348, shop online by clicking here, or stop in at the Trail Conference office.
The sixth edition of this map set also makes a great companion to the Kittatinny Trails guidebook by Robert Boysen. Click here to purchase the book and find out more details, including how to save on the Kittatinny Combo Package!
Kittatinny Trails was produced with support from Campmor, an outdoor store and retail partner of the Trail Conference.