Kittatinny Trails Map

Price: $13.95
(postage/handling $2.00)

Now Available!

2016, 7th ed.

Four-map set, map #s 120, 121, 122 & 123

Printed in vibrant color on waterproof and tear-resistant Tyvek, this revised, digitally-produced four-map set is a must-have for outdoor enthusiasts interested in exploring the vast parklands along the Kittatinny Ridge and adjacent section of the Delaware River through New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

The maps in this set feature:

  • More than 275 miles of marked trails in portions of New Jersey (Sussex and Warren counties), Pennsylvania (Monroe, Northampton, and Pike counties), and New York (Orange County)
  • Parklands including the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, High Point State Park, Stokes State Forest, Worthington State Forest, and Huckleberry Ridge State Forest
  • More than 50 miles of the Appalachian Trail as it traverses the Kittatinny Ridge
  • Detailed trail mileage numbers directly on the map front
  • 20-foot elevation contours
  • 1:36,000 scale (1 inch = 3,000 feet)
  • Convenient map sizes to carry and use on the trail
  • Complete trail index and guide to trail usage on map back
  • Enlarged inset maps of many popular areas, including High Point Monument, Stony Lake, and the Delaware Water Gap
  • Parkland boundaries
  • Unmaintained trails and woods roads
  • Viewpoints, campsites, shelters, waterfalls, mines, and other points of interest
  • Parking areas
  • Delaware River information such as river mileage, access points, rapids, and river campsites
  • Park contact information, history, and regulations
  • UTM coordinate grid with latitude/longitude markings

Built on more than 75 years of mapping experience, New York-New Jersey Trail Conference maps are your source for reliable trail information in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. These maps are Made By the People Who Build the Trails and are regularly updated with changes to the trails.

ISBN: 978-1-944450-05-2

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New Kittatinny TRails Map

Trail Walker says the news K trails Map is available but does not seem to be here.  When will it be available for purchase?   Jim Flynn Long time member

Kittatinny Map due to arrive in August

Hello Jim.

The new Kittatinny Trails map is currently due to go to the printer within the next couple weeks, which means it should be available sometime in August.  For the TrailWalker article, we broadly indicated the map would be available in the summer because it was difficult to pin down a more exact timeframe at the time the article was prepared.  I apologize if this caused any confusion and will be more careful about how we word these map announcements in the future.  Please be sure to check back later this summer for a great update to this map set (especially the Stokes area, which you are certainly familiar with), and thank you for your long-time support!

Trail Conference Cartographer

Kittatiny update?

The last update was 2012.  Many of your other map updates were ~4 years, so will this one get an update soon?  I'd hate to buy this only to have an update come out right after.

New 2016 edition of Kittatinny Trails map set

The Kittatinny Trails map set was last printed September 2012, and a new revised edition (7th edition) is expected to be available in June or July of this year.  Our map refresh cycle ranges between 2-4 years for most maps, as this allows us to keep up with constantly changing trails.

For this map set revision, the most significant change will be substantial revision to the trails in Stokes State Forest, where a 17-mile loop trail has been created through a combination of new trail and existing trail and the map will accurately show this new loop trail.

For a list of upcoming maps, we have a Coming Soon section on the front of our online store, so you can also check there periodically to see if any new maps are coming out soon.

TC Cartographer

Compass for these non-standard scale maps?

Anybody know where to get an orienting compass with the 1:36,000 sacle on thse maps? Standard should be 1:24,000.