Our Kittatinny Trails Map is a four-map set featuring trails along the Kittatinny Ridge and adjacent Delaware River through New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The maps are printed in vibrant color on waterproof and tear-resistant Tyvek, and are a must-have for exploring the vast parklands along the Kittatinny Ridge and adjacent section of the Delaware River. The 2016 update includes junction-to-junction trail mileage numbers on the face of the map, a major change to the trail system in Stokes State Forest, and additional inset maps of popular areas.
Map features include:
More than 275 miles of marked trails in portions of New Jersey (Sussex and Warren counties), Pennsylvania (Monroe, Northampton, and Pike counties), and New York (Orange County)
Parklands including the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, High Point State Park, Stokes State Forest, Worthington State Forest, and Huckleberry Ridge State Forest
More than 50 miles of the Appalachian Trail as it traverses the Kittatinny Ridge
Detailed trail mileage numbers directly on the map front
20-foot elevation contours
1:36,000 scale (1 inch = 3,000 feet)
Convenient map sizes to carry and use on the trail
Complete trail index and guide to trail usage on map back
Enlarged inset maps of many popular areas, including High Point Monument, Stony Lake, and the Delaware Water Gap
Unmaintained trails and woods roads
Viewpoints, campsites, shelters, waterfalls, mines, and other points of interest
Delaware River information such as river mileage, access points, rapids, and river campsites
Park contact information, history, and regulations
UTM coordinate grid with latitude/longitude markings
Our Kittatinny Trails Map is also available on Apple and Android mobile devices through the Avenza Maps app. Click the links above to download these popular maps, or learn more about the app here.
Trail Conference maps are built on more than 80 years of mapping experience. They are the trusted source for reliable trail information in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. These maps are "Made By the People Who Build the Trails" and are regularly updated with changes to the trails.