The Long Trail Guide is in! A limited number of books have arrived from the printers and will be shipping out immediately to those who pre-ordered. The rest of the books should arrive in a week and we will continue shipping from there. If you haven’t heard about the new edition yet, keep reading!
*Update: The printer surprised us by delivering the rest of the books the same day! The Visitor Center is stocked and orders will go out on schedule.*
LONG TRAIL GUIDE
The Centennial Edition
A Footpath in the Wilderness
Following the spine of the Green Mountains from Massachusetts to Quebec, the 272-mile Long Trail is Vermont’s rugged, world-renowned hiking route.
Whether you are an end-to-ender or a day hiker, the Long Trail Guide contains the information you’ll need to enjoy the scenery and solitude of Vermont’s highest peaks, including:
- New and easier-to-read full-color topographic maps and elevation profiles
- New shelter overview tables in each division providing quick reference information for shelters, camping, and water sources
- Detailed descriptions of the route including shelter and trail history
- Directions to trailheads and parking
- Mileage tables and hiking times
Sales of this guidebook support the Green Mountain Club, a member-supported, nonprofit organization which has maintained and protected the Long Trail since 1910.
Order yours today! $19.95
Long Trail Guide Commemorative Set
A special commemorative set, with a Long Trail Guide retrospective authored by GMC and Long Trail history writer Reidun D. Nuquist, will be released this summer. Perfect for Long Trail history buffs, guidebook collectors, and anyone who just loves the trail.
Long Trail Guide Release Party and Storytelling Night
Thursday, June 22, 7:30-9:30 P.M.
Outdoor Gear Exchange, Church Street, Burlington
Check out the new Long Trail Guide, hot off the press 100 years after the first edition, and throw your name in the hat for a chance to share your best Long Trail story. Or sign up ahead of time at greenmountainclub.org/storytelling! Storytelling hosted by Maggie Mae Anderson, a Moth and Extempo storyteller. Drinks provided by Citizen Cider. We hope to see you there!