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    Default Map of Long-Distance Hiking Trails in the USA

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    I thought this was cool. Never really seen another map like this. There's a lot out there, a few I'd never heard of!

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    That's pretty cool! Thanks for sharing,

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    It's missing the Tuscarora Trail, so there is another one to add to the list

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    And the sunapee monadnock trail. We all have our favourite mini long tail...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crushed Grapes View Post
    It's missing the Tuscarora Trail, so there is another one to add to the list

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    It's also missing the Mid State Trail in Pennsylvania. Definitely another one to add to this map.
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    I've had that map as a background on my desktop for some time. It's a great map.
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    I'll throw in the Bartram Trail (SE) as one not included as well. The shortest I see listed is the Wonderland at 96 miles, the Bartram is longer than that, so they must have not used mileage as an exact "cutoff" point. Cool to look at regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slugg View Post
    The shortest I see listed is the Wonderland at 96 miles
    Also probably one of the hardest trails to be able to do, off of all of these. Fingers crossed my permit gets approved for the fall

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