Explore the Highlands Trail through 5 counties of New Jersey with award-winning maps "Made by the People Who Build the Trails"! Built on more than 85 years of mapping experience, New York-New Jersey Trail Conference (www.nynjtc.org) maps are your source for reliable trail information in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. This detailed map, brand new for 2021, shows the 130-mile-long section of the Highlands Trail that passes through New Jersey. Visit www.TheHighlandsTrail.org to view the official guide to the Highlands Trail in New Jersey and New York. The Highlands Trail is maintained by volunteers of the Trail Conference in conjunction with multiple park partners. This map and improvements to the Highlands Trail have been made possible by the New Jersey Highlands Council. This map features: ~~ Recent trail changes through 2021 ~~ Mileage markers every 2.0 mile along the Highlands Trail ~~ Parking areas and public transportation access points ~~ Viewpoints and other points of interest ~~ Additional trails in the parks traversed by the Highlands Trail ~~ Park land boundaries Please visit www.TheHighlandsTrail.org to view the official guide to the Highlands Trail in New Jersey and New York. Also be sure to check out some of our overlapping full-featured topographic maps of many of these areas for more detailed maps of the trails. ____________________ Built on more than 85 years of mapping experience, New York-New Jersey Trail Conference maps are your source for reliable trail information in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. These maps are Made by the People Who Build the Trails and are regularly updated with changes to the trails, so be sure to download our other maps covering trails and parks throughout the New York-New Jersey region. Sales of these maps, as well as our companion waterproof/tear-resistant printed-on-Tyvek maps (www.nynjtc.org/shop), directly support our organization's efforts to keep trails open and safe for all to enjoy, so thank you for your support! Since 1920, the Trail Conference has been connecting people with nature by partnering with parks and training volunteers to create, protect, and promote 2,150 miles of public trails. To obtain our waterproof/tear-resistant print maps, find suggested hikes, and learn more about these trails and opportunities to volunteer, visit www.nynjtc.org. Also visit www.nynjtc.org/pdfmaps for a complete listing of our available maps and ways to use these maps with the Avenza Maps app.
Vendor: New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
Category: Parks & Forests
Size: 34.4 MB
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