BackpacksNicole Conover
Your hiking backpack is the foundation of your                     gear!Its important to have the right…• Size• And type s...
Fanny PackAlso called Lumbar Packs are useful for…• Tucking small items into your back• Compact• Convenient• Can easily be...
Hydration PacksThe hydration pack is an internal water pouch  and tube dispenser.  – The main advantage is the ability to ...
Internal Frame Hiking BackpacksThe Internal Frame Backpacks are a great pack  to carry with you on your trail. They are…• ...
External Frame Hiking BackpacksThe External Frame Hiking Backpacks are a  great pack to buy. They are…• Good as a starter ...
Helpful Hints• To determine the size of pack you will need, is  by the amount of gear you will be carrying• Weight of most...
Works Cited"Looking for Hiking Backpacks?" Looking for Hiking Backpacks? Web. 15 May 2012.   <http://www.backpacking-guide...
Clothing for the Appalachian            Trail
The Main idea:Hope for the best weather, pack for the worst. Clothing to protect you from cold  and rain is a must, even i...
http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/13447822/c  lothing-finished
Cooking EssentialsBy: Rachel Bogarthttp://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6108945  &height=267&width=200
SHELTERS: Michelle Papp & Tara•                             Manzz escaping weather    Shelters are important as a means of...
CAMPING• Tentsites are usually located near a water source, and  exist as an area of flat, cleared land• Tentsites are loc...
HOSTELS• Hostels provide budget oriented,  sociable accommodation where guests can rent  a bed, usually a bunk bed, in a d...
Sheltermilesnextelev.CountyStateWaypointBlack Gap Shelter1.5-1.33300GilmerGABlackGapSpringer Mountain Shelter0.22.63730Fan...
• http://www.outdoors.org/pdf/upload/rec-at-  thru-hiker-brochure.pdf• http://www.appalachiantrail.org/hiking/hiking  -bas...
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  1. 1. BackpacksNicole Conover
  2. 2. Your hiking backpack is the foundation of your gear!Its important to have the right…• Size• And type suitable to your equipmentThere are many different types available to choose from…• Lumbar/Fanny Packs• Hydration Pack• Internal Frame Backpack• Exterior Frame BackpackRemember, they’re all different so find one that suits you best.
  3. 3. Fanny PackAlso called Lumbar Packs are useful for…• Tucking small items into your back• Compact• Convenient• Can easily be stuffed into larger hiking backpacks for protection• Light weight.• http://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6124369&heig ht=267&width=200
  4. 4. Hydration PacksThe hydration pack is an internal water pouch and tube dispenser. – The main advantage is the ability to get a drink whenever you want, without taking off your pack, and they generally carry large volumes of water easier. This is a good source of water also! – http://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6124463& height=267&width=200
  5. 5. Internal Frame Hiking BackpacksThe Internal Frame Backpacks are a great pack to carry with you on your trail. They are…• Less shifting with more control• Allow you to have arm movement• Closer to body• Comfortable• http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/13430904 /backpacks
  6. 6. External Frame Hiking BackpacksThe External Frame Hiking Backpacks are a great pack to buy. They are…• Good as a starter pack for hauling big loads• Inexpensive• Cooler
  7. 7. Helpful Hints• To determine the size of pack you will need, is by the amount of gear you will be carrying• Weight of most packs is about 12-22 lbs minus food (4 lbs)• Good luck on your trip on the Appalachian trail, and don’t forget to have fun!
  8. 8. Works Cited"Looking for Hiking Backpacks?" Looking for Hiking Backpacks? Web. 15 May 2012. <http://www.backpacking-guide.com/hiking-backpacks.html>."Outdoor Camping Center." Backpacking. Web. 15 May 2012. <http://outdoorcampingcenter.com/packs-html/>.Images:• http://www.trailjournals.com/images/gear/tjgear_8349_030209_36234.jpg• http://www.buyjacketsoutlet.com/the-north-face-enduro-boa-hydration-pack- 369cu-in-p-656.html• http://www.hikingbackpackreviews.org/bestselling-large-hiking-backpacks/• http://www.trailjournals.com/gear.cfm?trailname=10349• http://gearjunkie.com/external-frame-backpacks?pg=2Backgrounds:• http://appalachiantrail.com/content/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/hiker-and- foot-traffic-sign.jpg
  9. 9. Clothing for the Appalachian Trail
  10. 10. The Main idea:Hope for the best weather, pack for the worst. Clothing to protect you from cold and rain is a must, even in midsummer and especially at higher elevations. Avoid cotton clothes, particularly in chilly, rainy weather, which can strike the mountains at any time of year. Wet cotton can be worse than nothing and can contribute to hypothermia, a potentially fatal threat.
  11. 11. http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/13447822/c lothing-finished
  12. 12. Cooking EssentialsBy: Rachel Bogarthttp://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6108945 &height=267&width=200
  13. 13. SHELTERS: Michelle Papp & Tara• Manzz escaping weather Shelters are important as a means of conditions, meeting and getting to know fellow hikers, and discouraging negative hiker impact on their environment along the trail• Shelters are located along the trail at varying intervals, often within close proximity to water sources and campsites• They are filled at a first-come first-serve basis, and are meant for individual hikers, rather than large groups• The most popular type of shelter is called a “lean-to,” usually wooden with a shingled or metal roof and one side open to the elements• They are often crowded, grimy, and hosts to local insects and rodents• Voluntary effort is required to maintain these shelters• Some larger shelters, called huts, provide meals to thru-hikers, but these accommodations are often accompanied by work- for-stay policies, which temporarily hire hikers as chefs, janitors, and the like for the term of their stay (usually limited to two nights)
  14. 14. CAMPING• Tentsites are usually located near a water source, and exist as an area of flat, cleared land• Tentsites are located at designated areas along the trail• Some campsites have tent platforms or pads where free- standing tents can be pitched• Some tentsites are more costly to maintain and therefore cost around $8 to be utilized• Dispersed camping is the choice of camping space• Dispersed camping is only permitted in certain areas along the trail, mainly the national forests of the Virginias and the southern Appalachians• Dispersed campers must be sure to minimize their impact on the areas they choose
  15. 15. HOSTELS• Hostels provide budget oriented, sociable accommodation where guests can rent a bed, usually a bunk bed, in a dormitory and share a bathroom, lounge and sometimes a kitchen• Hostel International and independent hostels are often located along the trail for hikers• Some hostels insist on a curfew, daytime lockouts, and/or require occupants to do chores• Many ordinary hotels do not allow the occupancy of thru-hikers, thus hostels have become the cheaper, more convenient alternative
  16. 16. Sheltermilesnextelev.CountyStateWaypointBlack Gap Shelter1.5-1.33300GilmerGABlackGapSpringer Mountain Shelter0.22.63730FanninGASpringerStover Creek Shelter2.85.32870FanninGAStoverCrkHawk Mountain Shelter8.17.73200UnionGAHawkMtnGooch Mountain Shelter15.812.33000UnionGAGoochMtnWoods Hole Shelter28.11.23600UnionGAWoodsHoleBlood Mountain Shelter29.39.14450LumpkinGABloodMtnWhitley Gap Shelter38.44.83370WhiteGAWhitleyGLow Gap Shelter43.27.33050WhiteGALowGapBlue Mountain Shelter50.58.13900TownsGABlueMtnTray Mountain Shelter58.67.44200HabershamGATrayMtnDeep Gap Shelter66.08.13550RabunGADeepGapPlumorchard Gap Shelter74.17.33050TownsGAPlumorcharMuskrat Creek Shelter81.44.94600ClayNCMuskratCrStanding Indian Shelter86.37.64760MaconNCStandingICarter Gap Shelter (old)93.9off4540MaconNCCarterG1Carter Gap Shelter (new)93.96.84540ClayNCCarterG2Big Spring Shelter100.75.34940MaconNCBigSpringRock Gap Shelter106.08.03760MaconNCRockGapSiler Bald Shelter114.06.84600MaconNCSilerBaldWayah Shelter120.84.84759MaconNCWayahCold Spring Shelter125.65.84920MaconNCColdSprWesser Bald Shelter131.44.94115MaconNCWesserBalA. Rufus Morgan Shelter136.37.72300SwainNCARufusMSassafras Gap Shelter144.09.14330SwainNCSassafrasBrown Fork Gap Shelter153.16.13800GrahamNCBrownForkCable Gap Shelter159.26.62880GrahamNCCableGapFontana Dam Shelter165.811.01775GrahamNCFontanaMollies Ridge Shelter176.82.84570BlountTNMolliesRRussell Field Shelter179.62.94360BlountTNRussellFiSpence Field Shelter182.56.34915SwainNCSpenceFldDerrick Knob Shelter188.85.54880SevierTNDerrickKnSilers Bald Shelter194.31.75460SwainNCSilersBalDouble Spring Gap Shelter196.06.35505SwainNCDoubleSp1Mt. Collins Shelter202.37.25870SevierTNMtCollinMount Le Conte Shelter209.5off6440SevierTNMtLeContIcewater Spring Shelter209.87.45920SwainNCIcewaterPecks Corner Shelter217.25.25280SwainNCPecksCornTricorner Knob Shelter222.47.75920SwainNCTricornerCosby Knob Shelter230.17.14740HaywoodNCCosbyKnobDavenport Gap Shelter237.210.52600CockeTNDavenportGroundhog Creek Shelter247.78.22850HaywoodNCGroundhogRoaring Fork Shelter255.94.93590MadisonNCRoaringFoWalnut Mountain Shelter260.89.94260CockeTNWalnutMtnDeerPark Mountain Shelter270.714.22330MadisonNCDeerParkSpring Mountain Shelter284.98.63300GreeneTNSpringMtnLittle Laurel Shelter293.56.83620MadisonNCLittleLrlJerry Cabin300.35.94150MadisonNCJerryCabiFlint Mountain Shelter306.28.83570MadisonNCFlintMtnHogback Ridge Shelter315.010.14255MadisonNCHogbackRBald Mountain Shelter325.110.65100UnicoiTNBaldMtnNo Business Knob Shelter335.710.53180UnicoiTNNoBusinesCurley Maple Gap Shelter346.212.83070UnicoiTNCurleyMapCherry Gap Shelter359.09.23900UnicoiTNCherryGapClyde Smith Shelter368.27.24400CarterTNClydeSmitRoan High Knob Shelter375.45.46275CarterTNRoanHighStan Murray Shelter380.81.95050AveryNCStanMurraOvermountain Shelter382.78.74550AveryNCOvermountaApple House Shelter391.49.33000CarterTNAppleHousMountaineer Falls Shelter400.79.63200CarterTNMountaineeMoreland Gap Shelter410.37.93815CarterTNMorelandGLaurel Fork Shelter418.28.62450CarterTNLaurelFrkWatauga Lake Shelter426.87.22130CarterTNWataugaLkVandeventer Shelter434.06.83620CarterTNVandeventeIron Mountain Shelter440.87.64125JohnsonTNIronMountDouble Springs Shelter448.48.34060CarterTNDoubleSp2Abingdon Gap Shelter456.710.03785JohnsonTNAbingdonGThe Place466.79.61928WashingtonVAThePlaceSaunders Shelter476.36.43310WashingtonVASaundersLost Mountain Shelter482.712.23360WashingtonVALostMtnThomas Knob Shelter494.95.15400GraysonVAThomasKnbWise Shelter500.05.94460GraysonVAWiseOld Orchard Shelter505.95.04050GraysonVAOldOrcharHurricane Mountain Shelter510.96.73850GraysonVAHurricaneRaccoon Branch camp517.62.43570SmythVARaccoonBrTrimpi Shelter520.010.62900SmythVATrimpiPartnership Shelter530.67.13360SmythVAPartnershiChatfield Shelter537.77.23150SmythVAChatfieldDavis Path camp544.911.22840SmythVADavisPathKnot Maul Branch Shelter556.19.12880BlandVAKnotMaulChestnut Knob Shelter565.210.04409TazewellVAChestnutKJenkins Shelter575.214.02500BlandVAJenkinsHelveys Mill Shelter589.29.83090BlandVAHelveysMJenny Knob Shelter599.014.22800BlandVAJennyKnobWapiti Shelter613.28.42640GilesVAWapitiDocs Knob Shelter621.615.03555GilesVADocsKnobRice Field Shelter636.612.53375GilesVARiceFieldPine Swamp Branch Shelter649.13.92530GilesVAPineSwpBBailey Gap Shelter653.08.83525GilesVABaileyGapWar Spur Shelter661.85.82340GilesVAWarSpurLaurel Creek Shelter667.66.42720CraigVALaurelCrkSarver Hollow Shelter674.06.03000MontgomeryVASarverHollNiday Shelter680.010.11800CraigVANidayPickle Branch Shelter690.113.61845CraigVAPickleBrJohns Spring Shelter703.71.01980RoanokeVABoyScoutCatawba Mountain Shelter704.72.42580RoanokeVACatawbaCampbell Shelter707.16.02580RoanokeVACampbellLamberts Meadow Shelter713.114.42080BotetourtVALambertsMFullhardt Knob Shelter727.56.22670BotetourtVAFullhardtWilson Creek Shelter733.77.31830BotetourtVAWilsonCrkBobblets Gap Shelter741.06.51920BotetourtVABobbletsGCove Mountain Shelter747.57.01925BotetourtVACoveMtn1Bryant Ridge Shelter754.54.91320BotetourtVABryantRdgCornelius Creek Shelter759.45.33145BotetourtVACorneliusThunder Hill Shelter764.712.43960BedfordVAThunderHiMatts Creek Shelter777.13.9835BedfordVAMattsCrkJohns Hollow Shelter781.08.81020AmherstVAJohnsHollPunchbowl Shelter789.89.52500AmherstVAPunchbowlBrown Mountain Creek Shelter799.35.61395AmherstVABrownMtnCow Camp Shelter804.910.23160AmherstVACowCampSeeley-Woodworth Shelter815.16.63770NelsonVASeeleyWooThe Priest Shelter821.77.63840NelsonVAThePriestHarpers Creek Shelter829.36.21800NelsonVAHarpersCrMaupin Field Shelter835.515.82720NelsonVAMaupinFldPaul C. Wolfe Shelter851.312.01700NelsonVAPaulCWoCalf Mountain Shelter863.313.02700AugustaVACalfMtnBlackrock Hut876.313.22645AlbemarleVABlackrockPinefield Hut889.58.22430GreeneVAPinefieldHightop Hut897.712.43175RockinghamVAHightopBearfence Mountain Hut910.111.53110GreeneVABearfenceRock Spring Hut921.610.93465PageVARockSprByrds Nest 3932.54.43290PageVAByrdsNstPass Mountain Hut936.913.12690RappahannockVAPassMtnGravel Springs Hut950.010.52480RappahannockVAGravelSprTom Floyd Wayside Shelter960.58.11900WarrenVATomFloydJim n Molly Denton Shelter968.65.51310WarrenVAJimMollManassas Gap Shelter974.14.51655FauquierVAManassasGDicks Dome Shelter978.68.41230FauquierVADicksDomRod Hollow Shelter987.06.9840ClarkeVARodHollowSam Moore Shelter993.93.0990ClarkeVASamMooreBears Den Hostel996.97.91350ClarkeVABearsDenBlackburn Trail Center1004.83.21400LoudounVABlackburnDavid Lesser Shelter1008.015.61380LoudounVADavidLessEd Garvey Shelter1023.64.11100WashingtonMDEdGarveyCrampton Gap Shelter1027.75.01000FrederickMDCramptonGRocky Run Shelter1032.77.5970WashingtonMDRockyRunPine Knob Shelter1040.28.21360WashingtonMDPineKnobEnsign Cowall Shelter1048.44.91430WashingtonMDEnsignCowDevils Racecourse Shelter1053.39.61480WashingtonMDDevilsRacDeer Lick Shelters1062.92.41420FranklinPADeerLickAntietam Shelter1065.31.2890FranklinPAAntietamTumbling Run Shelters1066.56.61120FranklinPATumblingRRockyMountain Shelters1073.15.61520FranklinPARockyMtnQuarry Gap Shelters1078.77.41455FranklinPAQuarryGapBirch Run Shelters1086.16.21795CumberlandPABirchRunToms Run Shelters1092.310.91300CumberlandPATomsRunJames Fry Shelter1103.28.1805CumberlandPAJamesFryAlecKennedy Shelter1111.318.2850CumberlandPAAlecKenneDarlington Shelter1129.57.31170PerryPADarlingtonThelma Marks Shelter1136.88.61120PerryPAThelmaMClarks Ferry Shelter1145.46.71180DauphinPAClarksFerPeters Mountain Shelter1152.118.0970DauphinPAPetersMtnRausch Gap Shelter1170.113.4970LebanonPARauschGapWilliam Penn Shelter1183.54.11300BerksPAWilliamPe501 Shelter1187.615.11460BerksPA501ShltrEagles Nest Shelter1202.714.71510SchuylkillPAEaglesNesWindsor Furnace Shelter1217.49.1880BerksPAWindsorFuEckville Shelter1226.57.4535BerksPAEckvilleAllentown Shelter1233.910.01350LehighPAAllentownBake Oven Knob Shelter1243.96.81380LehighPABakeOvenGeorge W. Outerbridge Shelter1250.716.71000LehighPAGeorgeWLeroy A. Smith Shelter1267.413.81410MonroePALeroyASKirkridge Shelter1281.231.21480NorthamptonPAKirkridgeBrink Road Shelter1312.46.61110SussexNJBrinkRoadGren Anderson Shelter1319.05.81320SussexNJGrenAnderMashipacong Shelter1324.82.91425SussexNJMashipaconRutherford Shelter1327.74.31345SussexNJRutherfordHigh Point Shelter1332.012.41280SussexNJHighPointPochuck Mountain Shelter1344.411.5840SussexNJPochuckMtWawayanda Shelter1355.912.11200SussexNJWawayandaWildcat Shelter1368.014.31180OrangeNYWildcatFingerboard Shelter1382.35.31300OrangeNYFingerboarWilliam Brien Memorial Shelter1387.63.11070OrangeNYWilliamBrWest Mountain Shelter1390.732.21240RocklandNYWMtnRPH Shelter1422.99.0360DutchessNYRPHMorgan Stewart Memorial Shelter1431.97.81285DutchessNYMorganSteTelephone Pioneers Shelter1439.78.8910DutchessNYTelephoneWiley Shelter1448.54.0740DutchessNYWileyTen Mile River Lean-to1452.58.4290FairfieldCTTenMileRMt. Algo Lean-to1460.97.3655LitchfieldCTMtAlgoStewart Hollow Brook Lean-to1468.210.0425LitchfieldCTStewartHoPine Swamp Brook Lean- to1478.212.31075LitchfieldCTPineSBrkLimestone Spring Lean-to1490.57.5980LitchfieldCTLimestoneRiga Lean-to1498.01.21610LitchfieldCTRigaBrassie Brook Lean-to1499.28.81705LitchfieldCTBrassieBrThe Hemlocks Lean-to1508.00.11880BerkshireMATheHemlocGlen Brook Lean- to1508.114.31885BerkshireMAGlenBrookTom Leonard Lean-to1522.45.31540BerkshireMATomLeonarMt. Wilcox South Lean-to1527.71.81720BerkshireMAMtWilcoxSMt. Wilcox North Lean-to1529.514.01950BerkshireMAMtWilcoxNUpper Goose Pond Cabin1543.58.81483BerkshireMAUpperGoosOctober Mountain Lean-to1552.38.81930BerkshireMAOctoberMtKay Wood Lean-to1561.116.91860BerkshireMAKayWoodMark Noepel Lean-to1578.03.32750BerkshireMAMarkNoepeBascom Lodge1581.33.33491BerkshireMABascomLdgWilbur Clearing Lean-to1584.69.92325BerkshireMAWilburClrSeth Warner Shelter1594.57.22180BenningtonVTSethWarneCongdon Shelter1601.75.92060BenningtonVTCongdonMelville Nauheim Shelter1607.68.52330BenningtonVTMelvilleNGoddard Shelter1616.14.33540BenningtonVTGoddardKid Gore Shelter1620.4off2795BenningtonVTKidGoreCaughnawaga Shelter1620.44.62795BenningtonVTCaughnawagStory Spring Shelter1625.010.42810BenningtonVTStorySprStrattonPond Shelter1635.44.92565WindhamVTStrattonPWilliam B. Douglas Shelter1640.33.02210BenningtonVTWilliamBSpruce Peak Shelter1643.34.82180BenningtonVTSprucePeaBromley Shelter1648.18.12560BenningtonVTBromleyPeru Peak Shelter1656.24.72605BenningtonVTPeruPeakLost Pond Shelter1660.91.52150BenningtonVTLostPondOld Job Shelter1662.40.21525RutlandVTOldJobBig Branch Shelter1662.63.01460RutlandVTBigBranchLula Tye Shelter1665.60.31920RutlandVTLulaTyeLittle Rock Pond Shelter1665.94.81885RutlandVTLittleRocGreenwall Shelter1670.75.12025RutlandVTGreenwallMinerva Hinchey Shelter1675.83.71605RutlandVTMinervaHiClarendon Shelter1679.55.81190RutlandVTClarendonGovernor Clement Shelter1685.34.31900RutlandVTGovernorCCooper Lodge1689.62.53850RutlandVTCooperLdgPico Camp Shelter1692.11.93510RutlandVTPicoCampChurchill Scott Shelter1694.02.92560RutlandVTChurchillTucker Johnson removed1696.92.32300RutlandVTTuckerJohGifford Woods State Park1699.26.71660RutlandVTGiffordWStony Brook Shelter1705.99.91760WindsorVTStonyBrkWintturi Shelter1715.89.81910WindsorVTWintturiSCloudland Shelter1725.6?1480WindsorVTCloudlandThistle Hill Shelter1727.48.81680WindsorVTThistleHiHappy Hill Shelter1736.27.31420WindsorVTHappyHillVelvet Rocks Shelter1743.59.51040GraftonNHVelvetRocMoose Mountain Shelter1753.05.71850GraftonNHMooseMtnTrapper John Shelter1758.76.61345GraftonNHTrapperJSmarts Mountain Cabin1765.35.43220GraftonNHSmartsMtnHexacuba Shelter1770.77.11980GraftonNHHexacubaOre Hill camp1777.88.61720GraftonNHOreHillJeffers Brook Shelter1786.46.91350GraftonNHJeffersBrBeaver Brook Shelter1793.39.03650GraftonNHBeaverBrkEliza Brook Campsite Shelter1802.34.02500GraftonNHElizaBrkKinsman Pond Campsite Shelter1806.31.93750GraftonNHKinsmanPLonesome Lake Hut1808.2?2760GraftonNHLonesomeLGreenleaf Hut1817.5?4200GraftonNHGreenleafGarfield Ridge Campsite Shelter1821.42.73560GraftonNHGarfieldRGalehead Hut1824.1?3800GraftonNHGaleheadGuyot Campsite Shelter1826.94.24560GraftonNHGuyotCampZealand Falls Hut1831.14.82630GraftonNHZealandFEthan Pond Campsite Shelter1835.99.32950GraftonNHEthanPondMizpah Spring Hut1845.24.73800CoosNHMizpahSprLake of the Clouds Hut1849.91.45012CoosNHLakeofClHermit Lake Shelter (1 of 2)1851.3off3875CoosNHHermitLk1Hermit Lake Shelter (2 of 2)1851.3off3875CoosNHHermitLk2The Perch Shelter1855.50.64313CoosNHThePerchGray Knob1856.1off4481CoosNHGrayKnobCrag Camp1856.1off4247CoosNHCragCampMadison Springs Hut1857.0off4800CoosNHMadisonSpCarter Notch Hut1870.7off3350CoosNHCarterNotImp Campsite Shelter1877.96.13250CoosNHImpCampRattle River Shelter1884.013.71260CoosNHRattleRvrGentian Pond Campsite Shelter1897.75.22166CoosNHGentianPCarlo Col Shelter1902.94.42945OxfordMECarloColFull Goose Shelter1907.35.13030OxfordMEFullGooseSpeck Pond Shelter1912.46.93500OxfordMESpeckPondBaldpate Lean-to1919.33.52645OxfordMEBaldpateFrye Notch Lean-to1922.810.52280OxfordMEFryeNotchHall Mountain Lean-to1933.312.82635OxfordMEHallMtnBemis Mountain Lean- to1946.18.32790FranklinMEBemisMtnSabbath Day Pond Lean-to1954.411.22390FranklinMESabbathDaPiazza Rock Lean-to1965.68.92080FranklinMEPiazzaRocPoplar Ridge Lean-to1974.58.02920FranklinMEPoplarRiSpaulding Mountain Lean-to1982.518.63140FranklinMESpauldingHorns Pond Lean-tos2001.110.23160FranklinMEHornsPondLittle Bigelow Lean-to2011.37.71760SomersetMELittleBigWest Carry Pond Lean-to2019.010.01340SomersetMEWestCarryPierce Pond Lean-to2029.09.71150SomersetMEPiercePonPleasant Pond Lean- to2038.79.01320SomersetMEPleasantPBald Mountain Brook Lean-to2047.74.11280SomersetMEBaldMtnBMoxie Bald Lean-to2051.88.91220SomersetMEMoxieBaldHorseshoe Canyon Lean-to2060.712.0880PiscataquisMEHorseshoeLeeman Brook Lean- to2072.77.41070PiscataquisMELeemanBrkWilson Valley Lean-to2080.14.71000PiscataquisMEWilsonValLong Pond Stream Lean-to2084.84.0930PiscataquisMELongPondCloud Pond Lean-to2088.86.92420PiscataquisMECloudPondChairback Gap Lean- to2095.79.92000PiscataquisMEChairbackCarl A. Newhall Lean-to2105.67.21840PiscataquisMECarlANewLogan Brook Lean-to2112.83.62530PiscataquisMELoganBrkEast Branch Lean-to2116.48.11240PiscataquisMEEastBrancCooper Brook Falls Lean- to2124.511.4910PiscataquisMECooperBrPotaywadjo Spring Lean-to2135.910.1620PiscataquisMEPotaywadjoWadleigh Stream Lean-to2146.08.1685PiscataquisMEWadleighSRainbow Stream Lean-to2154.111.51005PiscataquisMERainbowStHurd Brook Lean- to2165.613.4715PiscataquisMEHurdBrookThe Birches Shelters2179.0?1080PiscataquisMETheBirche
  17. 17. • http://www.outdoors.org/pdf/upload/rec-at- thru-hiker-brochure.pdf• http://www.appalachiantrail.org/hiking/hiking -basics/camping-shelters• http://web.eecs.utk.edu/~dunigan/at/

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