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  • NEW RELEASE - WhiteBlaze Pages 2021 PDF is out, v11.2 (4/16/2021)

    The latest update for the WhiteBlaze Pages 2021 PDF is out, v11.2 (4/16/2021).
    The price is only $6. Includes 2021 PDF with free updates and working files that work with Gaia GPS.
    There have been many changes since the first release.
    These are live updates. You get notified when there is an update by email.
    Updates are not just notifications of changes; you are able to download a completely new update PDF (the whole version). All updates for the 2021 PDF are free if you previously purchased a 2021 copy of the PDF.
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    Here is a list of updates since the original version (V1)
    Setup Bookmarks within the PDF.
    ADDED - Separate listing of all Shelters along the AT were added to the back of PDF.
    ADDED - Separate listing of Trail head parking locations were added to the back of PDF.
    ADDED - 5 new hostels.REMOVED - 3 hostels, no longer open.
    UPDATED - Spruced up the 30-mile profiles with some color (light green).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for Trail reroutes and detoured areas in the data section (light red).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for important information to be aware of in the data section (bright yellow)
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for Shuttle Providers in the data section (peach).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for Hostels in the data section (light yellow).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for road crossings in the data section (purple).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for Post Offices in the data section (blue).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for dependable water in the icon block only in the data section (blue).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for State lines in the icon block only in the data section (bright green).
    ADDED - Color highlighted added for summits and crests in the data section (green).
    UPDATED - Legend with color codes and explanations of new highlighted colors added.
    REMOVED - Removed many establishments that are no longer open and added a few new ones.
    CORRECTIONS - Made corrections and updated a few things.
    ADDED - Added over 600 more coordinate locations to the Gaia coordinate files.
    ADDED - Index of maps included in this book.
    ADDED THE FOLLOWING NEW MAPS {9}.
    VA 606, VA.
    Narrows, VA.
    Big Meadows, VA.
    Greenbrier State Park, MD.
    Fayetteville, PA.
    Pine Grove Furnace State Park, PA.
    MT. Holly Spring, PA.
    Carlisle, PA.
    Stratton, ME.

    Hostel listing
    UPDATED - Added {5} new hostels to the listing and removed {3} hostels that are no longer open.

    Shuttle Provider listing
    UPDATED - Shuttle provider listing with more shuttle providers and removed the ones not shuttling any longer.
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      BackcountryDave -
      Cheers attroll, thank you for this great resource and it’s good to see you are still active!
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