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My trail maps:
lifeat2mph.com/pinhoti - Pinhoti Trail
lifeat2mph.com/bmt - Benton MacKaye Trail & A.T. Loop
lifeat2mph.com/get - Alabama's Premier Roadwalk (GET)
lifeat2mph.com/asrt - Alabama's Scenic River Trail
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Note: Waypoint Labels and GPS Tracks reflect
information gathered from
various sources and will vary somewhat from real world locations.
The bulk of this data was acquired from these sources:
The Georgia Pinhoti from Georgia Pinhoti Association's Guide maintained by Marty Dominy - Eighth Edition The Alabama Pinhoti Trail from Pinhoti Trail Alliance by Hugh 'Solo' Hickman - pinhotitrailalliance.org The Benton MacKaye Trail from the BMT Guide by Sgt Rock - bmtguide.com The Appalachian Trail from the Appalachian Trail Conservancy's GIS/GPS page
The GSMNP Data (trails & campsites) from Tom Dunigan's site - tnlandforms.us Hugh 'Solo' Hickman is updating his Pinhoti website - new pinhotitrailalliance.org
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Some Locations are also colored BLUE; these are optional and variable,
as in a SandBar which may move over the years.
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