The Appalachian Trail Data Book 2015 is the thirty-seventh edition: essential for A.T. hiking and planning. A consolidation of the basic information from all 11 A.T. guidebooks into a lightweight table of distances between major Appalachian Trail shelters, road crossings, and features–divided according to the guidebook volumes and updated each fall to account for relocations, new or removed shelters, and other changes. Also keyed to ATC Appalachian Trail maps.
Simply an indispensable resource for anyone section hiking on the AT or planning a thruhike.Town locations – Water Sources – Lodging.Road Crossings and supply options.Recyclable – gluten free.About The Author – Daniel Chazin – has compiled the last 32 editions of the Data book. Daniel is a volunteer extraordinaire for the New York New Jersey Trail Conference. He lives in Teaneck NJ and is a huge railfan. He also writes the long running local newspaper column ‘The Hike of the Week.’