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Catskill Trails Map – December 10, 2015
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The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is a nonprofit organization that partners with parks and mobilizes thousands of hard-working volunteers who create, maintain, and protect approximately 1,800 miles of public trails in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. The Trail Conference organizes volunteer service projects that keep these trails open, safe, and enjoyable for the public.
Support the trails you love by:
* Purchasing our trail maps or guidebooks
* Reporting trail problems on our website
* Learning skills through Trail University
* Volunteering with the Trail Conference
* Becoming a member of our organization (and joining the 10,000 individuals and 100 clubs that are already members)
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Top Customer Reviews
I normally like Nat Geo maps for simplicity in ADK, but things are generally way more vague in the catskills, so I prefer this. I also was able to use the map for directions on the road when my GPS went out, not perfect for that, but helpful as again, things can be vague out there.
I waited a long time to buy this map and I regret not getting it earlier. I have already put it to use twice in areas where it helped me select routes which worked best for me.
I mainly purchased this for the Northeastern Trail map, the rest were just a bonus. The other maps are also much smaller than maps you may be used to, they are:
12" x 18", Western Catskills # 144
14" x 22"(2), Central Catskills #142 & Southern Catskills #143
22" x 20" Northeastern Catskills #141
8" x 8" Bearpen/ Vly Trails #145
8" x 10" Vernooy Kill #146
The smaller ones only have a few trails (which I assume,is not a fault in the maps, there just isn't too many public trails there)
On the positive note, the Northeastern map #141 seems to be very good. It has many trails, their labeled trail marked colors, and contours. Which is worth the $16.95 in my book (and the money goes to an organization which helps maintain the trails -bonus).
Another thing that is not a huge deal is that these are made of Tyvek, which I am apparently not used to. They are very loud (like you are shaking a cookie sheet in an attempt to make a "thunder" sound). I am used to the National Geographic Maps that are durable and are not loud. They are just more pleasing.
**Overall - Good maps for the area - Buy them***