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    What is the source of these files? Can these maps be bought?

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    Default This is great!!!!!

    This is great!!! I gave my GMC long trail book to a good friend... and I'm going out on the LT tomorrow... and I'm BROKE. Now I get to print these out and put these in a zip-lock... and know whats what..
    Thanks a lot.

    "Always take more water than you need... you can always drink it if it gets too heavy"

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    I can't seem to download the zip file of the .GPX file that Manwich posted. Could someone repost the .gpx file please?

    When i click on the zip file already posted it just goes to a blank page instead of poping up the file for download like normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironbelly View Post
    I can't seem to download the zip file of the .GPX file that Manwich posted. Could someone repost the .gpx file please?

    When i click on the zip file already posted it just goes to a blank page instead of poping up the file for download like normal.
    Every so often, Manwich the Narcissist checks the search page for the search term "Manwich" and I find a reply like yours.

    The download still works for me but in case you're still interested and it still doesn't work for you, I've mirrored the file to another website... http://www.crocko.com/1E1FEB5844F64D.../longtrail.zip

    No telling how long it will stay uploaded for.
    up over the hills, theres nothing to fear
    theres a pub across the way with whisky and beer
    its a lengthy journey on the way up to the top
    but it ain't so bad if you have a great big bottle o'scotch

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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    WhiteBlaze user Veteran has put together sets of Topo maps of the Long Trail.

    Long Trail Large Topo maps

    Topo Maps 1 - 18
    Topo Maps 19 - 36
    Topo Maps 37 - 54
    Topo Maps 55 - 72
    Topo Masp 73 - 81
    I know this thread is a few years old, but I was wondering if you could re-upload the maps, or possibly email them to me. If you could that would be much appreciated!

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    It's sad that we can't access these maps anymore. Broke hikers like me could really use them. I'll be on the LT in a couple weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregorypaquin View Post
    It's sad that we can't access these maps anymore. Broke hikers like me could really use them. I'll be on the LT in a couple weeks.
    I don't want to get on the high horse about this, but you've probably heard this before: if you can afford to go on a multiple week backpacking trip, you can drop a few dollars on a decent map. The Green Mountain Club's LT Map is ten bucks. Sixteen with shipping. The money supports the trail club, which does practically all of the maintenance of the trail, shelters, and outhouses. I bought my map four years ago, and it's still holding up after countless weekend trips, and a just-completed through-hike. It's one of the better trail maps out there, and won't do much damage to your wallet.

    Or you can just follow the white blazes and read the signs along the trail. You'll get where you need to go.

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    Yep, I'd say the waterproof map is all you actually need. Has shelter locations, road crossings and distances. forget the basically useless End to Ender guide and definitely skip the Long Trail Guide

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    The maps don't seem to download on my iPad. I'll have to go to the desktop and see if windows will help me out.

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    Thank you for pointing this out, I'll look into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    WhiteBlaze user Veteran has put together sets of Topo maps of the Long Trail.

    Long Trail Large Topo maps

    Topo Maps 1 - 18
    Topo Maps 19 - 36
    Topo Maps 37 - 54
    Topo Maps 55 - 72
    Topo Masp 73 - 81
    These links bring me to the homepage of White Blaze. What am I doing wrong?

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    Got me! But:

    CalTopo has excellent GeoPDF creation tools, and the Long Trail is in their included MapBuilder Topo data.

    The latest map from the Green Mountain Club is a great option (and supports GMC, etc.), with a trail profile and good data, and is a pretty, waterproof map.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenmountainguy View Post
    These links bring me to the homepage of White Blaze. What am I doing wrong?
    The links are from 2009, so they are probably long gone.
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