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007 Studying the PATC and AWOL Maps of Shenandoah National Park

Posted by on April 11, 2014
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Bob Ward

Fiction author with a zest for adventure travel. Blogs, tweets, videos, and pins for research and fun. He also hosts Ward's Adventure Travel Research & Trip Journal, a weekly podcast available on EFN, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and more.

In this episode, we spread our AT maps on a table and discuss elevations, contours, trail features, huts, shelters, cabins, distances, fire roads, water sources, and so on. My map is produced by the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC.net). Dad’s map is the A.T. Guide by David “AWOL” Miller (theATguide.com). Both of these guides prove excellent, and as we research them in real time, we discover countless valuable details about the 101 mile stretch of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail within the Shenandoah National Park.


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