Catskill Trails Map 2018 Now Available
The revised 12th edition of our Catskill Trails map set is available in print and digital formats!
The revised 12th edition of our Catskill Trails map set, covering more than 420 miles of trails, is a must-have for exploring the vast wilderness of the Catskills.
The 2018 edition features several trail updates and additions, including new trails near Kaaterskill Falls, Overlook Mountain, Platte Clove Preserve, and the Catskills Visitor Center, as well as several bike trail networks. In addition, the maps include new high-detail elevation information, improvements to the North/South lake area inset map, and up-to-date New York City watershed recreation lands. Additional improvements and adjustments throughout the maps make this 12th edition of Catskill Trails our most accurate map yet of the Catskills.
All maps include trail mileage numbers directly on the trails, a popular feature to help you plan out your route and navigate more safely out on the trails. Detailed 50-foot elevation contours are featured throughout the maps, and our enlarged North Lake inset map now includes 20-foot elevation contours to provide an even better representation of the terrain in this popular area. Comprehensive trail descriptions are included on the backs of the maps and have been fully updated for 2018. As usual, parking areas, lean-tos, fire towers, springs, waterfalls, viewpoints, campsites, and other points of interest are shown.
The maps are available in print format, in vibrant color on our popular waterproof, tear-resistant Tyvek; shop online, visit our headquarters, or look for them at an outdoor retailer near you.
In addition, the maps are also available in digital format on Apple and Android devices through the Avenza Maps app, including as a revised Catskill Combined map that combines the section maps and includes an expanded coverage area. The 2018 update to the "Catskill Combined" app map also includes trail descriptions and our North Lake inset map. To help ensure the Trail Conference receives as much of your support as possible, please consider making your purchase directly from the following linked page rather than within the app itself (see our Catskill Map order page for additional section map links): Catskill Combined Map 2018.
At only $16.95 ($12.71 for members), this map set is your guide to the extensive network of outstanding trails throughout the Catskills of New York. Grab your copy today!
About the Map
List price: $16.95 ISBN: 978-1-944450-08-3New York-New Jersey Trail Conference (2018)
At a Glance
- All designated trails within Catskill Park
- All 35 Catskill High Peaks
- Trail mileage numbers directly on the trails
- 50-foot elevation contours, now more detailed than ever before
- 1:63,360 scale (1 inch = 1 mile)
- Convenient map sizes to carry and use on the trail
- Inset map of popular North Lake area, now with 20-foot elevation contours
- Detailed trail index and guide on the map backs
- State land and New York City DEP watershed land boundaries
- Marked trails, including the Long Path and Finger Lakes Trail
- Unmaintained trails and woods roads
- Shelters/lean-tos and fire towers
- Springs, waterfalls, viewpoints, and other points of interest
- Parking areas
- Campgrounds and primitive campsites
- Park contact information and regulations
- UTM grid with latitude/longitude markings and magnetic-north navigation lines
Special ThanksUlster County Tourism, a partner of the Trail Conference.
About the Trail Conference
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is a volunteer-powered, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that builds, maintains, and protects public trails. Together with our partners, we strive to ensure that the trails and natural areas we share are sustainable and accessible for all to enjoy for generations to come. Do your part to speak up for trails, volunteer to make our trails better, or support trails by purchasing great maps, making a gift, or becoming a member.
New York-New Jersey Trail Conference maps are built on more than 80 years of mapping experience. They are the trusted 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.