|Appalachian Trail Corridor Maps|
|NGTI||Everglades National Park
South of the AT
Various starting points on the MST are attractive: Asheville, with transportation, further east to pick up Linville Gorge, or at the sea or even the north end of the Outer Banks if I used a bike through the heavily populated coastal area. I could visit Mother Nature's Son if I terminate on the Pinhoti in Alabmama. Or I could loop back east on the Palmetto to stay on trails I've never hiked.
|USFS||Talladega NF, Talladega and Shoal Creek RD
Southwest of the AT, covers the Pinhoti Trail.
New, Waterproof, full length of Talladega NF, Topo
|Additional Pinhoti Information needed: East of Dalton, Highway 278 - Cave Springs- High Point Trailhead, Sylacauga - Flagg Mountain|
|NGTI||Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
South of the AT
|ATC||Chatahoochee NF, Springer Mountain to Bly Gap, Georgia
|ATC||Book, North Carolina - Georgia
|USFS||Chattahoochee National Forest
Route of Pinhoti in Armuchee Ranger District, Georgia
|USFS||Cohutta and Big Frog Wilderness, Georgia - Tennessee
The Benton MacKaye Trail, and many trails west of the BMT. Detail within 777, not required for 2017.
|NGTI||Springer and Cohutta Mountains (Chattahoochee National Forest) Trail Map
Pinhoti east of Chatsworth, Benton MacKaye, Appalachian. 777W-778E
|NGTI||Brasstown Bald, Chattooga River (Chattahoochee and Sumter National Forests) Trail Map
Bartram, Palmetto, Foothills, Appalachian. 777W-778E. The Chatooga River and Lake Jocassee is where the movie Deliverance was filmed.
|Tennessee and the Carolinas|
|ATC||Nantahala NF, Bly Gap to Fontana Dam
|PP||Erwin Tn - Damascus Va
|ATC||Tennessee - North Carolina - Indian Grave Gap to Davenport Gap including Max Patch and Big Bald, 3/4
|TN||Tennessee State Highway Map
Benton MacKaye, Appalachian, Cumberland Trails. The CT is shown red where complete and blue where planned, about half and half. The CT is the Great Eastern Trail route through Tennessee.
|NGTI||Tellico and Ocoee Rivers (Cherokee National Forest) Trail Map
Benton MacKaye. 781W-784-785-780E
|NGTI||Fontana and Hiwassee Lakes (Nantahala National Forest) Trail Map
Bartram, Appalachian, Benton MacKaye 781W-784-785-780E
|NGTI||Nantahala and Cullasaja Gorges (Nantahala National Forest) Trail Map
Appalachian, Mountains to Sea, Foothill, Bartram Trails 781W-784-785-780E
|NGTI||Pisgah Ranger District (Pisgah National Forest) Trail Map
Foothills, Mountains to Sea, Art Leob Trails 781W-784-785-780E. To jump from the Foothills Trail to the Art Leob Trail along US178, US64, and Cathey's Creek Road would be about 20 miles, most adjacent to NF land.
|NGTI||Great Smoky Mountains NP
Benton MacKaye, Appalachian, Mountains to Sea Trails
|NGTI||Cades Cove, Elkmont: Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trail Map
West Detail Map Within 229
|NGTI||Clingmans Dome, Cataloochee: Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trail Map
Mountains to Sea, Appalachian, Benton MacKaye Trails, East Detail Map Within 229
|NGTI||Linville Gorge, Mount Mitchell (Pisgah National Forest) Trail Map
Mountains to Sea, A little bit of the Appalachian
|NGTI||French Broad and Nolichucky Rivers, Cherokee and Pisgah NF, Tennessee and North Carolina
The Appalachian Trail is detailed from Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Erwin, Tennessee.
|NGTI||South Holston and Watauga Lakes (Cherokee and Pisgah National Forests) Trail Map
Appalachian Trail from Erwin, Tennessee to Virginia, few miles of Blue Ridge Parkway near the TN-VA border
|USFS||Middle Prong Wilderness
Mountains to Sea
|?||The Thru-Hiker's Manual for the Palmetto Trail
Mountains to Sea
www.outragegis.com sells the following paper maps:
Red River Gorge Backpacking Map
Sheltowee Trace South Trail Map (includes Big South Fork)
Sheltowee Trace North Trail Map
Cumberland Gap National Park Trail Guide
Great Smoky Mountains Trail Atlas
|The Virginias and Kentucky|
|VA||Virginia State Handout Bike Map
The Highway and the Scenic Roads Handouts show the AT, but a handout bike route map also shows: High Bridge Trail State Park, Virginia Capitol Trail, Virginia Creeper Trail, US Bike Route 76, Blue Ridge Parkway, New River Trail State Park, Heart of Appalachia Bike Route, Tobacco Heritage Trail, and a Northern Virginia Trail Network including Mount Vernon, WOD, Cross Country Trail, US Bike Route 1, Cameron Run Trail, Custis Trail, 4 Mile Run Trail, Etcetera, connecting with the Potomac Heritage Trail.
|WV||West Virginia State Handout Highway Map
Shows the AT, the Allegheny Trail, and the American Discovery Trail.
|Blue: Great Eastern Trail, West of the AT. Allegheny, Tuscarora, C&O, Mid State, Finger Lakes, North Country Trails, Adirondaks.|
|ATC||Wythe RD, George Washington and Jefferson NF
|ATC||New River RD, Jefferson NF
|ATC||Glenwood and New Castle RD, George Washington NF
|ATC||Pedlar RD, Jefferson NF
|ATC||Appalachian Trail Guide to Southwest Virginia (Book)||-||Have|
|ATC||Appalachian Trail Guide to Central Virginia (Book)||-||Have|
|NGTI||Clinch Ranger District, Jefferson National Forest
West of other maps
Mount Rogers NRA, Jefferson NF, Virginia
The New River Trail is a 57-mile Virginia State Park rail trail donated in 1986 by Norfolk Southern. 39 miles are on the New River. The park's Foster Falls area offers rentals and gift shops. There are two tunnels: 135 feet and 193 feet and three major bridges: Hiwassee - 951 feet, Ivanhoe - 670 feet, and Fries Junction - 1,089 feet. An historic shot tower is over 200 years old. Potable water is available at Galax, Cliffview Campground (Dannelly Park) and Foster Falls as well as at the horse trailer lots at Ivanhoe, Draper and Dora Junction. There are five pit toilets on the trail. There is one primitive, non-reservation campground at Double Shoals.
To jump from the Mountains to Sea Trail to the south end of the New River Trail at Galax would require a ~ 25 mile road walk on on the Blue Ridge Parkway from Stone Mountain State Park to the Cumberland Knob Recreation Area then north on Virginia Road 89.
The 68 mile Virginia Highlands Horse Trail travels west from the New River Trail to Damascus and Abingdon, on I81, via the Appalachian and 34 mile Virginia Creeper Trails.
|NGTI||New River Blueway|
This map covers a very large area, so it has less detail than other NGTI maps, and it is only intended for use near the Blue River. Away from the river, the map is printed with a fade and displays less information. Therefore, although the Appalachian, Virginia Highlands Horse, and the Mountains to Sea Trail are shown, their information is less than satisfactory. The New River Trail is shown. From the middle of the New River Trail I could follow the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail to the AT, using map 786. From the north or upstream end of the New River Trail at Pulaski I could probably regain the AT near or south of Pearisburg, probably using map 787, and perhaps in 20-30 miles with some national forest land along the way. The Allegheny Trail departs from the AT north of Pearisburg.
|NGTI||Blacksburg, New River Valley [George Washington and Jefferson National Forests]
In 2017 I'll use this map to connect the New River Trail near Pulaski to the Appalachian and Allegheny Trails near Pearisburg. A few variations of that route are shown. The west side covers the AT. The east side shows the northern terminus of the New River Trail, the Appalachian Trail north and south of Pearisburg, and the southern terminus of the Allegheny Trail. The eastern terminus of the future TuGuNu section of the Great Eastern Trail runs north out of Pearisburg on the New River on the east side. The mile markers of the New River, on the east sheet, are shown.
|NGTI||New River Gorge National River
Detail within 773
|NGTI||Covington, Alleghany Highlands [George Washington and Jefferson National Forests]
AT west of Roanoke, Not much of WV, probably not GET/Allegheny, shows a different Alleghany Highlands Trail in Virginia, not needed in 2017.
|NGTI||Lexington Blue Ridge Mountains, GW and Jefferson NF, Virginia
The Appalachian Trail from Roanoke to Waynesboro.
|USFS||Monongahela National Forest
Covers the Allegheny Trail except for the south end. Covers the south end of the GET Tuscarora-Allegheny link, or headwaters section. This type of NF map does not give enough detail for hikers, but covers a wide area, and shows interconnecting roads and trails.
|NGTI||Staunton, Shenandoah Mountain [George Washington and Jefferson National Forests]
|PATC, for the Great Eastern Trail, recommends NGTI 791 and 792 for the southern part of the Tuscarora-Allegheny link. PATC maps F, L and K form the northern part of the link (Map F) and the Tuscarora Trail (all three maps). Entering West Virginia, you will need the Monongahela National Forest map in order to make the connection to the Allegheny Trail. PATC also describes the route in 7 PDFs, Which I downloaded.|
|NGTI||Massanutten and Great North Mountains [George Washington National Forest]
Covers the Tuscarora Trail from the southern terminus / AT to beyond Highway 55; no NG map covers the Potomac River or north on the Tuscarora. Allegheny-Tuscarora Link. Massanutten Trail. A bit of the AT near its Tuscaroara junction.
|PATC||Massanutten Mt-South Half (New Market to Mass. Peak)
West of AT, South of Tuscarora Trail, Narrow mountain ridge extending from New Market Gap (US-211) to the Massanutten Ski Resort area on the southern edge, 28 miles of trails, George Washington National Forest, Massanutten South Trail, water-resistant, 1:63,360, Contour interval 100 feet, UTM, NAD 83.
|PATC||Massanutten Mountain North Half
From southern junction with AT west and north on Sections 19, 20, 21, and 22 (41.4 miles total) of the 252-mile Tuscarora Trail / Big Blue Trail, North Fork, South Fork Shenandoah River, Fort Valley, Massanutten Trail, (loop trail, 71 miles) George Washington National Forest (Lee District), water-resistant, UTM 17, 1:63,360. Contour interval 100 feet, Elizabeth Furnace, Camp Roosevelt, Woodstock Tower, Shenandoah River State Park, Lion's Tale Trail.
|PATC||Great North Mountain North Half GWNF
Tuscarora Trail / Big Blue Trail, Section 16-, 17, 18, 19- George Washington National Forest (Lee District), water-resistant, UTM 17S, NAD 83, 1:62,400, 1"/mile, Contour interval 100 feet.
|PATC||Tuscarora Tr Hancock Md Capon Springs WV
West Virginia and Virginia Sections 11 through 16 (72.1 miles) of the Tuscarora Trail, Great Eastern Trail on Potomac River, CO Canal Locks 55-53, miles 133-130,Western Maryland Rail Trail, 1:100,000, Contour interval 20 meters, UTM Zone 17, NAD83, 2012 Edition 4 updates include relocation of the Tuscarora Trail in Sleepy Creek WMA and near Gore, VA, four new shelters, future alignment of the T.T. along the ridge of Great North Mountain.
|PATC||Appalachian Trail Guide to Maryland and N. Virginia (Book 6)||6||Have|
|PATC||Index Map for PATC Maps in AT folder||-|
|PATC||AT Shenandoah National Park North District
SNP Sections 1 and 2 (27.7 miles) of the AT and all side trails in the North District of SNP. Detailed enlargements of Dickey Ridge Visitor Center, Tom Floyd Wayside, Mathews Arm Campground & Elkwallow Wayside, and Thornton Gap - Panorama. Water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 5 colors with a scale of 1:62,500 and contour interval of 100 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 5 kilometers apart. Datum: NAD 83. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines at a 7.5-minute interval.
|PATC||AT N. VA South Half (Snickers Gap to Chester Gap)
Virginia Sections 3, 4, and 5 (34.6 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide for Maryland and Northern Virginia. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in 6 colors. Scale 1:63,360. Contour interval 100 feet. Shows geographic latitude/longitude grid lines. Has detailed enlargements showing all hiking opportunities in the Sky Meadows State Park and the G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Management Area.
|PATC||AT WV and N.VA - Potomac R & Harpers Ferry to VA 7
Virginia/West Virginia Sections 1 and 2 (19.8 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide for Maryland and Northern Virginia. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in 6 colors. Scale 1:50,000. Contour interval 10 meters. Has detailed enlargements covering the city of Harpers Ferry, the Blackburn Trail Center, and the Crescent Rock cliff area. The width of the A.T. corridor is shown by an area-fill green tint. The extent of other land holdings (Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, several WV wildlife management areas, and several private foundation parcels) are also shown by area-filled tints of various colors.
|PATC||AT Maryland and Catoctin Trail
Maryland Sections 1 through 7 (40.5 miles) of the A.T. as described in the A.T. Guide for Maryland and Northern Virginia. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in 6 colors, the map shows UTM grid lines 5-KM apart on NAD83 datum making the map easier to use for those with GPS receivers. All roads have been updated for the 19th edition with a newly colorized enlargement of the Washington Monument State Park and showing all major roads around the center of Waynesboro. The map features the entire blue-blazed Catoctin Trail and all trails in the Catoctin Mountain Park (National Park Service) and the Cunningham Falls State Park. The scale is 1:36,360, and the contour interval is 100 feet.
|NPS||Potomac Heritage Trail (Handout)
Great Allegheny Passage, Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath, Green Ridge State Forest Trail System, Tuscarora Trail, Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Potomac Heritage Trail, George Washington Memorial Parkway, Washington and Old Dominion Trail (bike / rail), Alexandria Heritage Trail, Fort Circle Parks Trail, Mount Vernon Trail, Southern Maryland Potomac Heritage Trail Bicycling Route, Northern Neck Heritage Trail Bicycling Route
|NPS||Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park (Handout)
180 mile C&O Canal Towpath from Cumberland, Maryland, to Washington DC with mileage, locks, dams, car campgrounds, junctions with Great Alleghany Passage (rail/bike), Carpendale Rail Trail, Western Maryland Rail Trail, Appalachian Trail and Capitol Crescent Trail, (GET and Tuscarora not shown).
|-||Maps of the Potomac Heritage Trail Corridor
My list of maps, like this list, for the PHNST
|PA||The Pennsylvania State Handout Highway Map shows quite a network of long trails, including the Appalachian, Mid State, North Country, Great Allegheny Passage, Laurel Highlands, Bucktail, Susquehannock, Pine Creek, Black Forest, and Loyalsock Trails.||-||Have|
|ATC||Appalachian Trail Guide to Pennsylvania (Book)||-||Have|
|PATC||AT Michaux State Forest Pa US30 - Maryland
Southern section of the Michaux State Forest, water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock, 5 colors. Scale 1:50,000. Contour interval 40 feet. The grid projection is the UTM system with lines plotted 5 kilometers apart. The extent of state forest, state park and A.T. Corridor lands are shown by area-filled color tints. Edits have been made to the road/trail networks using GPS data acquired in 2013, and park boundaries have been updated. The map contains enlargements of the area around Chimney Rocks south to the Old Forge Picnic Area as well as an enlargement of the village of Pen Mar at the PA-MD border. Scale of enlargements ranges from 1:6,000 to 1:24,000.
|PATC||AT Michaux State Forest, Pa 94 - US30
Section 12, 13 and 14 of the AT as described in the AT Guide for Pennsylvania. Printed on water-resistant, tear-resistant synthetic stock in 6 colors. Scale 1:50,000. Contour interval 40 feet.
|PATC||AT Cumberland Valley, Susquehanna River - Pa 94
35.7 miles of the AT as described in the A.T. Guide for Pennsylvania. Water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock, 6 colors. Scale 1:63,360. Contour interval 20 feet. A.T. portrayed on this map is maintained by the Mountain Club of Maryland and the Cumberland Valley AT Management Association.
|PATC||Tuscarora Trail from PA-641 southward to Hancock, MD
West of the AT, Sections 6 through 10 (56 miles) of the Tuscarora Trail, Great Eastern Trail on Potomac River, CO Canal Locks 53-45, Dam 5, miles 130-108, Western Maryland Rail Trail, Water-resistant, 1:100,000, ~⅝"/mile, Contour interval 100 feet, UTM Zone 17, 18, Datum NAD83, Buchanan State Forest (easternmost parcels), Cowans Gap State Park, several PA State Game Lands and the MD Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area, 4th edition includes realignments of the Tuscarora and Standing Stone Trails, addition of Reese Hollow Shelter, Burd Run Shelter, and Little Cove Cabin.
|PATC||Tuscarora Trail in Pennsylvania, AT to Rte. 641
Northern Appalachian Trail / Tuscarora Trail junction, Pennsylvania Sections 1 through 5 (51.7 miles) of the Tuscarora Trail, Scale 1:100,000, ~⅝"/mile, Contour interval 20 meters, UTM Zone 18, Datum NAD83, 2012 Edition 3 includes a relocation of the Tuscarora Trail near the Florence Jones Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary and numerous trail changes within Tuscarora State Forest.
|MSTA||Book - Guide to Pennsylvania Mid State Trail
Pennsylvania's Mid State Trail / Great Eastern Trail
|MSTA||I68 - US22||301
|MSTA||US22 - Poe Paddy State Park
|MSTA||Poe Valley - Blackwell
|MSTA||Blackwell - New York, Not yet printed, available on line
17-20 and resupply list: downloaded PDF
|NGTI||Allegheny North [Allegheny National Forest]
North Country, Finger Lakes Trails Westbound from GET
|NGTI||Allegheny South [Allegheny National Forest]
North Country Trail, not quite south to I80.
|New York State|
With the thought of hiking several places in upstate New York, I bought a map set connecting Niagara Falls, the Great Eastern Trail, the Adirondacks, The Catskills, and the Allegheny National Forest via the Finger Lakes / North Country Trail. I need to figure out bus and train travel to connect the various termini. I have an index PDF for the FLTA system and a train map image.
The west side shows the Finger Lakes Trail east of the Bear Spring Mountain WMA. The east side shows the FLT and the New York Long Path from US209 in the south, beyond the FLT junction, to north of road 43 at Schoharie Reservoir.
71 mile Shawangunk Ridge Trail, NY Long Path, D&H Canal Towpath, Bashakill Rail Trail, Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, part of a loop of the LP, SRT, and AT east of Delaware Water Gap.
|NGTI||Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
The Joseph McDade NRT bike path along the Delaware River 31 miles north from Delaware Water Gap, with only 1 campground. Appalachian Trail, 71 mile Shawangunk Ridge Trail, 27 mile Paulinskill Valley Rail Trail.
North Country Trail to Adirondacks
In 1825 the Erie Canal was completed, connecting Lake Erie with the Hudson River. It was a great success, with freight traffic far exceeding predictions. Agriculture and industry all around the Great Lakes grew radically with easy transportation to eastern markets. The state funded the $7,000,000 construction costs of the canal, which were then paid off within three years by freight tolls. The canal was enlarged three times to carry the heavy traffic. A 36-mile (58 km) stretch of the oldest version of the canal from east of Syracuse to west of Rome, New York, is now the Old Erie Canal State Historic Park. Part of this stretch is part of the North Country Trail route to the Adirondacks.
Erie Canalway Bike Trail
The North Country Trail Plan for Adirondack Park contains maps and text descriptions of the proposed route, identifying existing trails the NCT will overlap, and suggesting corridors for unbuilt segments. About 80 miles of existing trails, 40 miles of existing roads, and 40 miles of as yet unbuilt new paths comprise the route. Some of the unbuilt sections would be walked cross country and some on parallel trails.
The western terminus is near North Lake Road and the Hamlet of Forestport (Maps 1, 745s). The route continues through West Canada Lake Wilderness (744n, 2) [intersection with 133 mile Northville - Placid Trail], Siamese Ponds Wilderness (3, 4), Hoffman Notch Wilderness (6, 743n) [I87]. The eastern terminus is at Crown Point State Historic Site on Lake Champlain (7, a bit in 742e).
The High Peaks Region is famous for its beauty, but bypassed by the NCT to avoid crowds and sensitive ecological zones.
Many of the incomplete segments of the North Country Trail are east of the 133 mile Northville - Placid Trail.
|NGTI||Lake Placid, High Peaks: Adirondack Park
The 133 mile Northville - Placid Trail runs from south to north through the Adirondack Park. A bit of the very east end of the North Country Trail at Crown Point is on 742.
|NGTI||Lake George, Great Sacandaga: Adirondack Park
The North Country Trail in the eastern Adirondacks.
|NGTI||Northville, Raquette Lake: Adirondack Park
The 133 mile Northville - Placid Trail runs from south to north through the Adirondack Park. The North Country Trail in the central Adirondacks.
|NGTI||Old Forge, Oswegatchie: Adirondack Park
The Cranberry Lake 50 is a 50 mile loop trail around Cranberry Lake. The North Country Trail in the western Adirondacks.
|NGTI||Saranac, Paul Smiths: Adirondack Park
North Country, Finger Lakes Trails Eastbound from GET to Adirondacks
|The Adirondacks High Peaks Region
West of AT. Applicable to North Country Trail?
|ATC||NY17A - Delaware Water Gap
|PP||Unionville - Pawling, NY
|NYNJTC||AT NY Route 52 - Hudson River
|NYNJTC||Northern Harriman Bear Mountain Trails
AT from I87 to Hudson River, New York
|NYNJTC||Southern Harriman Bear Mountain Trails
South of AT, New York
|AMC||The Bay Circuit Trail is a 200 mile trail and greenway encircling Boston. It runs through 34 towns from Plum Island in the north to Kingston Bay in the south. The Appalachian Mountain Club sells a Bay Circuit Trail Map & Guide.||-||No|
|AMC||The 215 mile New England National Scenic Trail follows portions of the Metacomet and Mattabesett Trails. It runs up the center of Connecticut and Massachusetts, from Long Island Sound to the New Hampshire border. The Appalachian Mountain Club sells a 2 sheet New England Trail Map & Guide.||-||No|
|PP||Dalton Ma - Rutland Vt
|PP||Rutland Vt - Glencliff NH
|GMC||Book - Green Mountain Club Long Trail Guide
I would probably have preferred the topo map to the guidebook, and the long distance hiker guidebook, which has the resupply info. Local stores typically only carry the guidebook.
|NGTI||Green Mountain National Forest South [Robert T Stafford White Rocks NRA, Manchester]
|NGTI||Green Mountain National Forest North [Moosalamoo National Recreation Area, Rutland]
This map and 749 cover almost to Canada on the Long Trail north of the AT. The Catamount Trail (for cross country skiers) runs parallel to the Long and might make looping possible.
|NGTI||Mount Mansfield, Stowe
|ATC||New Hampshire - Vermont, Crawford Notch - Lyme Dorchester Road
|ATC||New Hampshire - Vermont, VT140 - Mass 2
|NGTI||White Mountain National Forest West [Franconia Notch, Lincoln]
Many side trails to the AT. Makes looping for delay possible.
|NGTI||White Mountain National Forest East [Presidential Range, Gorham]
Covers the high part of the Whites, with many side trails to the AT. Makes looping for delay possible.
|NGTI||AT Hanover - Mount Carlo
|NGTI||AT Pleasant Pond to Katahdyn
|-||Appalachian Trail Pocket Maps Northern States Bear Mountain, NY - Mount Katahdyn, Me
Clearly readable topo maps in paperback book from postholer.com. Does not include side trails off the AT, so fairly useless to blueblazers.
|MATC||Maine Highway 17 - New Hampshire Line||7||Have 2|
|MATC||Maine Highway 27 - 17||6||Have 2|
|MATC||Kennebeck River - Maine Highway 27||5||Have 2|
|MATC||Monson - Kennebeck River||4||Have 2|
|MATC||West Branch Pleasant River - Monson||3||Have 2|
|MATC||Nahmakanta Lake - West Branch Pleasant River||2||Have 2|
|MATC||Katahdyn - Nahmakanta Lake||1||Have 2|
|MATC||Book - Appalachian Trail Guide to Maine||-||Have 2|
Many people have suggested I bike the developing East Coast Greenway, so I downloaded a bunch of maps and wrote this 2016 summary.
In the table, the % column refers to bike path completely separate from road. The bike paths are usually paved, but sometimes dirt. Some On Road sections have wide shoulders or bike only lanes, others are in vehicular traffic. The miles column is for the whole route, paths and roads. I downloaded state overview maps for the entire route and detail guides for some states. Many people have ridden the route and all required data is available.
The ECG seems to be in traffic too much for my tastes, and would probably require more hotels than I can afford. Still, I plan to keep an eye on its development.