This Trails Illustrated topographic map is the most comprehensive recreational map for the Springer & Cohutta Mountains section of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Located just north of Atlanta, the Chattahoochee National Forest contains the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail along with an abundance of recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.
The west side of the map includes The Cohutta Wilderness, Cohutta Wildlife Management Area, Fort Mountain State Park, Rich Mountain Wildlife Management Area, Rich Mountain Wilderness, Coosawattee Wildlife Management Area, a segment of the Benton MacKaye Trail, and more.
The east side of the map includes Nottely Lake, Roundtop Mountain, Coopers Creek Wildlife Management Area, Vogel State Park, Raven Cliffs Wilderness, Chestatee Wildlife Management Area, Blood Mountain Wilderness, Ed Jenkins National Recreation Area, Blue Ridge Wildlife Management Area, Amicalola Falls State Park, Whissenhunt Mountain, and more.
Approximately 4 1/4" x 9 1/4" folded; 27" x 39" fully opened
Scale = 1:70,000
Map revised - 2009
More than just a map, National Geographic Trails Illustrated topographic maps are designed to take you into the wilderness and back. Printed on tear-resistant, waterproof material, this map can go anywhere you do. Each map is based on exact reproductions of USGS topographic map information, updated, customized, and enhanced to meet the unique features of each area. The maps include valuable wilderness tips and Leave No Trace guidelines, along with updated trails, trailheads, points of interest, campgrounds, and much more. With a new color palette and stunning shaded relief, backcountry navigation has never been easier.
Comments about 777 Springer and Cohutta Mountains Trail Map:
The only map that shows the Georgia Pinhoti Trail in an easy to follow format. There is a huge interest in an additional map that begins where this map leaves off going west. That would cover the rest of the Georgia Pinhoti trail to the Alabama line. GPT is not only an internationally recognized mountain bike trail but an important link in the thru hike from FL to the Appalachian Trail. I would love to know it is being worked on as an additional map in the near future.
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