Sources Used

Burnham, Bill and Mary 2001. Hike America Virginia. Globe Pequot Press, Guilford Connecticut

Carroll, Steve and Mark Miller.1995. Wilderness Virginia; A guide to Hiking Virginia's National Forest Wilderness Areas. Old Forge Productions, L.L.C. Lexington VA

Deerfield Ranger District Recreation Opportunity Guide. Deerfield Ranger District George Washington National Forest.

This is the major source for all information on the Deerfield District. You may to go to the District office to make copies of the trails you wish to hike

de Hart, Allen. 1995. The trails of Virginia; hiking the Old Dominion. Univ. of North Carolina Press Chapel Hill NC.

Shoemaker, Michael. 1990 Hiking Guide to the Pedlar District George Washington National Forest. 2nd ed. Potomac Appalachian Trail Club

An excellent source for local history of the Shenandoah Valley in addition to the detailed trail directions for those trails within the Pedlar district.

Winegar, Garvey and Deane. 1994. Natural Wonders of Virginia. Country Roads Press, Castine Maine.

Maps used

Trails Illustrated Maps - A Nation wide series of trail maps on waterproof stock. Showing trails, difficulty ratings and trail uses. Large two sided maps, the newer maps (700 series) have selected trail intersections GPS Coordinates printed on the map.

228 Shenandoah National Park

789 Lexington Blue Ridge Mts. (Glenwood/Pedlar Ranger District)

791 Staunton Shenandoah MTN (Dry River, Deerfield and Warm Springs Ranger Districts)

Potomac Appalachian Trail Club - The standard AT maps for our region

Map #11

Map #12

Map #13

George Washington National Forest - Maps produced by the forest service showing trails through the wilderness areas under their care.

Ramsey's Draft Wilderness Virginia

Saint Mary's Wilderness Virginia

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