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Hike the green tunnel from Georgia to Maine on the Appalachian Trail.

The Appalachian Trail is one of the oldest National Scenic Trails in the United States and attracts thousands of thru-hikers every year. Its narrow corridor stretches from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mt. Katahdin in Maine, traversing 14 states and nearly 2200 miles (3540 km) on its way. As one of the most popular thru-hikes in the US, the AT is the longest hiking-only footpath in the world and is one of the Triple Crown trails. The AT is an amazing hiking adventure for long-distance hikers and thru-hikers, yet it is also perfect for day-hikers and section-hikers looking to enjoy the beautiful views.

2200 mi (3540 km)       $59.99 full guide       9 sections ($8.99 each)
2200 mi (3540 km)
$59.99 full guide
9 sections ($8.99 each)
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Works Offline, No Data Required

Once you’ve completed the initial setup of the app, all of our trail guides work offline. They use your device’s internal GPS to display your current location and guide you along the route. Offline use includes access to the key features of the guide, including the map, elevation profile, waypoint list, and more.

Trusted Trail Data

All of the data for our routes is collected by trusted individuals and partners, and is kept meticulously up to date. The track of each trail includes side trails and alternate routes, along with key waypoints. Our apps also offer comprehensive town guides, helping you resupply and access other services quickly.

Built for Community

Stay informed about trail conditions ahead by reading other hikers’ waypoint comments, and let other hikers know about your experience by leaving your own comments. Keep your friends and family up to date by sharing your current location from a Google Maps link sent via email or text message.

Offline Maps

Our variety of offline map sets, optionally downloaded as part of the initial setup and accessible offline afterwards, can give you extra quality information such as topographic lines with elevation values and satellite imagery.

Detailed Waypoints

Waypoints are plotted on a map and elevation profile, and each includes its own detail page with photos and descriptions. Water waypoints offer the most up-to-date water information, gathered from trusted sources and checked by other users.

Tailored to You

Plan your day by letting the app calculate the distance to the next campsite, water source, or other waypoint. Not every hike is the same, and we know that. Create your own custom routes using our route builder tool.

Works Offline, No Data Required

Once you’ve completed the initial setup of the app, all of our trail guides work offline. They use your device’s internal GPS to display your current location and guide you along the route. Offline use includes access to the key features of the guide, including the map, elevation profile, waypoint list, and more.

Our variety of offline map sets, optionally downloaded as part of the initial setup and accessible offline afterwards, can give you extra quality information such as topographic lines with elevation values and satellite imagery.

Trusted Trail Data

All of the data for our routes is collected by trusted individuals and partners, and is kept meticulously up to date. The track of each trail includes side trails and alternate routes, along with key waypoints. Our apps also offer comprehensive town guides, helping you resupply and access other services quickly.

Waypoints are plotted on a map and elevation profile, and each includes its own detail page with photos and descriptions. Water waypoints offer the most up-to-date water information, gathered from trusted sources and checked by other users.

Built for Community, Tailored to You

Stay informed about trail conditions ahead by reading other hikers’ waypoint comments, and let other hikers know about your experience by leaving your own comments. Keep your friends and family up to date by sharing your current location from a Google Maps link sent via email or text message.

Plan your day by letting the app calculate the distance to the next campsite, water source, or other waypoint. Not every hike is the same, and we know that. Create your own custom routes using our route builder tool.

How can I buy it?

Available as an in-app purchase in our Guthook Guides app, a free download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

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One-time purchase of the entire Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine: a 26% savings over buying the 9 sections separately.

$59.99

The Approach Trail to Springer Mountain, about 8.8 miles from Amicalola Falls State Park. This section is included for free so you can get a feel for the app before purchasing other sections.

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The southernmost section of the Appalachian Trail, about 240 miles from Springer Mountain to the northern end of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This includes all of the Georgia section, and the southern section of North Carolina. The highest point on the AT, Clingman’s Dome, is located in the Smoky Mountains in this section.

$8.99

The North Carolina & Tennessee section of the Appalachian Trail, including Roan Highlands. This section is about 225 miles long, and ends just into the state of Virginia at the town of Damascus.

$8.99

The southern half of the Virginia section of the Appalachian Trail, from the town of Damascus to the town of Daleville, just outside of Roanoke. This section includes McAfee Knob, Tinker Cliffs, the Dragon’s Tooth, and Peter’s Mountain. About 250 miles.

$8.99

The northern half of the Virginia section of the Appalachian Trail from the town of Daleville to the town of Harper’s Ferry, WV. Includes Shenandoah National Park and the area near the Blue Ridge Parkway. Approximately 300 miles.

$8.99

This section includes a small piece of West Virginia, plus all of the Appalachian Trail in Maryland and Pennsylvania, going from the town of Harper’s Ferry, WV, to the town of Delaware Water Gap, PA. The section is about 270 miles long.

$8.99

This section of the Appalachian Trail starts at the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey at Delaware Water Gap, and covers the entire AT through New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut, ending outside of the town of Great Barrington, MA, about 15 miles into Massachusetts. The section is about 240 miles long, and includes highlights like the Berkshires, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, and Harriman State Park.

$8.99

This section covers the Appalachian Trail through most of Massachusetts (starting about 15 miles north of the Connecticut border at Great Barrington) and through all of Vermont, ending in the town of Hanover, NH. About 230 miles in total, with highlights like Mount Greylock, Stratton Mountain, and Killington.

$8.99

This section covers the Appalachian Trail through New Hampshire, plus about 14 miles of Maine, from the town of Hanover, NH, to Grafton Notch in Maine. A total of about 160 miles. Highlights include all of the White Mountains National Forest, Mahoosuc Notch, and Smarts Mountain.

$8.99

This section covers the Appalachian Trail from Grafton Notch to Katahdin, the northernmost section of the AT, and about 260 miles long. Highlights include Saddleback Mountain, the Bigelow Range, the 100 Mile Wilderness, and Katahdin.

$8.99

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