There are literally thousands of AT-related sites on the Web. Here are a few of our favorites (with a distinct New England bias).
To report dead links or add some of your own, please contact us at: email@example.com
Clubs and Organizations
• Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) -- The ATC is the umbrella organization responsible to the National Park Service for organizing and supporting the various volunteer clubs (like our Chapter) responsible for the trail. • Appalchian Trail Long Distance Hikers Association (ALDHA) -- These folks publish the Thru-Hikers' Companion detailing trail information and services for hikers all along the AT. • Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) -- Our chapter's parent organization, the AMC is responsible for over 1,600 miles of trails in the new England area. Chapters in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts are responsible for the AT in those states. Other Clubs not associated with the AMC are responsible for portions of the AT in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. • Maine Appalachian Trail Club (MATC) • Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC) • The Green Mountain Club (GMC) • AMC Connecticut Chapter • New York/New Jersey Trail Conference
• Appalachian Trail Park Office (NPS ATPO) -- National Park Service Office overseeing NPS lands on the AT Corridor. • USDA Forest Service -- The other national management partner for trail corridor lands in National forests in NH, VT and some southern states. • Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (MA DCR) -- A management partner for the AT on state lands in Berkshire County (Region 5) along with ATC and the AMC Berkshire AT Committee.
Enthusiasts' Web Sites
• The Appalachian Trail Home Page -- An "old" (established 1995) and well maintained AT info site by Kathy Bilton. • Appalachian Trail Mailing List -- A e-mail list of about 600 Thru-hikers, longtime section hikers, and others interested in the AT Community. A great resource and a terrific bunch of people. • White Blaze -- A community site for AT enthusiasts.