Appalachian Mountain Club-Your guide to the Northeast Outdoors

Appalachian Trail Conference-The Appalachian Trail Conference is a private, volunteer-based nonprofit organization, dedicated since 1925 to building, protecting, and managing the Appalachian Trail for the public.

-Easy-to-use tool calculates walking distance in miles between two points along the A.T. (based on Appalachian Trail Data Book, 2002) 1

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Carolina Mountain Club-The Carolina Mountain Club (CMC) was organized to foster the enjoyment of the mountains through hiking and to encourage the conservation of our natural resources. This purpose is achieved primarily through an extensive schedule of hikes and a program of trail building and maintenance.

-The Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC) was originally formed in 1909 to, "stimulate interest in out-of-door winter sports", and quickly grew to encompass the College's year-round out-of-doors recreation. The club has undergone constant evolution over the course of its 90-year history to meet the ever-changing needs of its members

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Georgia Appalachian Trail Club-The GATC is a voluntary association of individuals who, because of their love of our wilderness areas, have assumed responsibility for maintenance of the Appalachian Trail in Georgia.

Green Mountain Club-Protecting and Maintaining Vermont's Long Trail since 1910

Maine Appalachian Trail Club-MATC is a volunteer nonprofit corporation that manages 267 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Maine, its facilities and corridor. MATC is a trail maintenance club, not a hiking club. Anyone is welcome to come out on trail work projects with the club or its Maine Trail Crew.

-The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference is a federation of more than 85 hiking clubs and environmental organizations and 10,000 individuals dedicated to building and maintaining marked hiking trails and protecting related open space in the bi-state region. Our constituent clubs have a combined membership of over 100,000. Click overview map below for area served by the NY-NJ Trail Conference.

Piedmont Appalachian Trail Hikers-PATH is a nonprofit trail club that maintains a section of the Appalachian Trail in southwest Virginia. PATH's members live in North Carolina and Virginia, with the majority living between Charlotte, NC and Raleigh, NC. PATH also sponsors day hikes and backpacking trips for members and others who might be interested in learning more about trails, hiking, and enjoying the outdoors.

Potomac Appalachian Trail Club-The Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC) is a volunteer trails organization with a membership of over 7,000 headquartered in the Washington, DC area. The main purpose of PATC is the upkeep and improvement of nearly 1,000 miles of hiking trails, 30 shelters, and 28 cabins in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia.

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Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Canoeing Club-A non-profit outdoors club, founded in 1946, offering a year-round program of day hikes, backpacking trips, paddling trips, and other outdoor activities.