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Appalachian Trail Map

Boot IconAppalachian Trail

Boot IconMyron Avery

Boot IconKatahdin TWP

Boot IconT3 R10 WELS

Boot IconT2 R10 WELS

Boot IconT2 R11 WELS

Boot IconT1 R11 WELS

Boot IconT1 R10 WELS

Boot IconTA R10 WELS

Boot IconTA R11 WELS

Boot IconShawtown TWP

Boot IconTB R11 WELS

Boot IconGulf Hagas

Boot IconT7 R9 NWP

Boot IconElliotsville TWP

Boot Icon Monson

Place the cursor over a red dot to go directly to a township.

AT North Boot IconOn the trail, click a boot for the next step north or south.


Boot IconBlanchard TWP

Boot IconBald Mt. TWP

Boot IconThe Forks Plantation

Boot IconCaratunk

Boot IconCarrying Place TWP

Boot Icon

Bowtown TWP

Boot IconPierce Pond TWP

Boot IconCarrying Place Town TWP

Boot IconDead River TWP

Boot IconWyman TWP

Boot IconCarrabassett Valley

Boot IconMount Abram TWP

Boot IconRedington TWP

Boot IconMadrid TWP

Boot IconSandy River Plantation

Boot IconTownship E

Boot IconTownship D

Boot IconTownship C

Boot IconAndover North Surplus

Boot IconAndover West Surplus

Boot IconGrafton TWP

Boot IconRiley TWP

Boot IconSpringer Mountain, Georgia

NOTES: TWP = township; WELS= West of the Eastern Line of the State (the vertical east boundary on the map). The list on the left links towns and townships on the Appalachian Trail in Maine from north (top) to south (bottom).

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Riley TWP Grafton TWP Andover West Surplus Andover North Surplus Township C Township D Township E Sandy River Plantation  shape= Redington Township Mt. Abram TWP Carrabasset Valley Wyman TWP Dead River TWP Carrying Place Town TWP Carrying Place TWP Pierce Pond TWP Bowtown TWP Caratunk The Forks Bald Mountain TWP Blanchard Monson Elliotsville TWP T7 R9 NWP Gulf Hagas TB R11 WELS Shawtown TWP TA R11 WELS TA R10 WELS T1 R11 WELS T2 R11 WELS Rainbow TWP T2 R10 WELS T3 R10 WELS Katahdin Summit





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2 Responses to Appalachian Trail Map

  1. JANET SMIEDENDORF says:

    WE ARE COMING INTO MAINE FROM CANADA VIA ROUTE #201. HEADING FOR BAR HARBOR AREA THIS NEXT WEEK. ARE WE ANYWHERE NEAR A PART OF THE TRAIL THAT WE COULD TAKE A SHORT WALK ON?

    • Jim says:

      The Appalachian Trail crosses U.S. Route 201 at Caratunk. (See the Caratunk article.) A short walk west at the crossing brings one to the Kennebec River, a crossing point for hikers. One might also use the parking area on the east side of 201, then venture along the trail for as long as you wish.

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