ATC Appalachian Trail Data Book, 2014Often referred to as "the bible for Appalachian Trail hiking," and essential for A.T. hiking and planning, the Appalachian Trail Data Book, by Daniel D. Chazin, is updated every year to highlight the most recent Trail details.
- Condenses all of the important waypoints from the series of 11 official A.T. guidebooks into 96 pages
- A lightweight table of distances between major Appalachian Trail shelters, road crossings, and features
- Shelters, campsites, water sources, road crossings, supply sources, off-trail lodging, eateries, and post offices are all easy to spot in listings
- Mileage information is keyed to both the official A.T. maps and to guidebook sections—in a state-by-state, at-a-glance format; includes elevations for major landmarks
- Divided according to the guidebook volumes and updated each December to account for relocations, new or moved shelters, and other Trail changes
- Compiled by Daniel D. Chazin since 1983
- 2014 edition, 96 pages