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A complete list of shelters, an interactive map, coordinates, distances
and all frequently asked questions related to the AT shelters.
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What are Appalachian Trail shelters?
Appalachian Trail shelters are simple wooden structures scattered along the length of the trail for hikers to sleep in. They, most commonly, have three wooden walls (the fourth wall being exposed) and are elevated a couple feet off the ground. The shelters often have a slanted roof like a 'lean-to' and are tall enough to stand up inside. They can also look like log cabins, small barns or primitive custom-houses.
Where are the shelters located?
There are about 260 shelters scattered along the entire length of the 2,190 mile trail. Therefore, on average, there is a shelter located every 8.5 miles. Sometimes they might be closer together (maybe 5 miles), while other times they might be farther apart (maybe 15 miles).
Most shelters are physically located directly on the trail, or within a stone's throw away. Occasionally, they might be located 0.1 to 0.5 miles off a smaller side trail.
*Info is to our best knowledge and not guaranteed to be 100% accurate.
*Data provided by Whiteblaze, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, TNlandforums.
How do you sleep in them?
They vary in size and dimensions. Most shelters are designed to sleep a capacity of 8 people though. Hikers lay out their pads and sleeping bags like sardines in a line next to one another on the floor. Some more luxurious ones have segmented sleeping bunks.
What amenities do shelters have?
It's pretty basic. Think of them more like permanent tents or enlarged dog houses.. rather than any kind of 'housing'. No electricity, no running water, etc. Inside the shelter might be one shelf containing a log book and pen.. a broom will usually be tucked away in the corner to sweep out dirt.
AT shelters typically have a picnic table outside to cook on, write in your journal, play cards, layout clothes, etc. There is also usually a fire pit, a water source nearby (stream, pipe in the ground, etc) and a privy. Privies are like backcountry outhouses located about 50 yards from the shelter. In areas with high bear-density, there are bear boxes or bear cables to stores your scented items.
Do I need a reservation?
The short answer is no - you do not need a reservation to sleep in the shelters. These are public facilities that are, well, open to the public. Anyone and everyone can hike out on the Appalachian Trail and go sleep in a shelter without a reservation and without payment.
That being said, there are a few small sections (notably The Great Smoky Mountains in TN/NC and The Whites in NH) that require some planning. You must get a permit for the Smokys and, unless you are a thruhiker, you must reserve and pay for a 'hut' in the Whites. See more from the ATC on permits here.
1) First Come, First Serve. If the weather is bad, make room. I have seen 14 people cram into an 8 person shelter. You can always put someone at your feet or squeeze in a little bit more. Be considerate before sprawling out all of your gear and becoming a shelter hog.
2) Be Quiet After Dark. Most hikers sleep with the sun. Therefore, ‘hiker midnight’ is early, just after the sun goes down. Some people snore like gods of thunder so bring ear plugs. On that note, be considerate if you come in late at night in case some people are already asleep.
3) Cook Outside. For fear of burning down the wooden shelter, you are not supposed to cook in the shelter. Admittedly, on some particularly cold nights, I did not want to leave my sleeping bag and opted to cook inside. Be careful if you do. Otherwise, cook outside on the forest floor nearby, on the fire pit, etc.
4) Keep it Clean. Your crumbs can attract all sorts of wildlife and be a major pain for the next hiker. Sweep up if you make a mess. And always, Leave No Trace.
5) No Graffiti. Your expressions, drawings, carvings, names and phrases are not appreciated on the walls. Don't be a jerk. Some are historical landmarks nearly 100 years old and have been, and continue to be, maintained by dedicated volunteers.
Should I sleep in the AT shelters or my tent?
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Thru-hikers should plan to sleep in both the shelters and their own personal tents. Most try to sleep in the shelters as much as possible though. Why?
AT Shelter Pros.
No Rain. If it rains during the night, you won’t have to pack up a wet tent the next morning. Packing up while it is actually raining is even worse. Everything gets wet. The shelter is a nice dry station to get ready in.
Space. You can stand up. That is a huge luxury. Your tent can be a tiny, claustrophobic space to change clothes and pack up in. If the weather is bad for a long period of time, your tent can turn into a miserable coffin.
Social. People congregate by the shelters. It is where they sleep and hang out. Half of the fun on the AT is meeting good people.
Easy. No setting up your tent at night AND no packing it up in the morning.
Amenities. As mentioned, there is usually water, picnic table and a ‘bathroom’ which is more than any kind of plain tent site or random stealth site.
AT Shelter Cons.
Inflexible Location. The structures are permanent. Therefore, your hiking mileage revolves around their location. Let’s say you wake up sluggish and only feel like hiking 10 miles. You are probably limited to two options - a shelter 5 miles away or one 15 miles away. Not ideal. You could also encounter nasty weather and need to set up pronto way before reaching the shelter. What if you cross over a beautiful mountain with a nice perch and want to camp out there?
No Capacity. Even as a SOBO, I encountered a few packed out shelters. NOBO overcrowding is very common and can be a real problem. As my SOBO bubble collided with the NOBO bubble, it was not uncommon for a 10 man shelter to have 20 thru-hikers show up at night. The later half would need to sleep in their tents or hammocks.
Extra Miles. As mentioned, sometimes shelters are located half a mile off trail. You might rather set up camp than hike the extra half mile each way.
I slept in the shelters probably 80% of the time and in my tent the other 20%. I HIGHLY recommend bringing your own shelter as a backup option (tent, hammock, tarp, bivy). The AT shelters are a great Plan A, but due to their inflexible location and potential for overcrowding, you want your own Plan B.
© Matt Berger (@sheriff_woody_pct)
A Note About Mice.
Extremely common in (some) shelters. A lot of people have slept in the shelters before you and, unfortunately, have trained the mice to know food opportunities await. There are mouse lines to hang your food from inside. These are strings dangling from the shelter ceiling rafters and have some sort of ‘stopper’ or block midline to prevent a mouse from crawling down and accessing your hanging food bag.
There were times I went hundreds of miles without seeing or even hearing a mouse. In the most overrun shelters though, mice scurried across my sleeping bag at night and chewed so loud in the corners, I could hardly sleep.
One night, after a long day of hiking in the rain, I hung my rain shell up on a nail in the shelter to dry out. The next morning I realized there was a hole big enough for my finger to poke through in the left chest pocket. I had forgotten about an empty granola bar wrapper in there. A mouse had somehow smelled the crumbs, climbed up the wall, and gnawed through my pocket. Lesson learned; hang EVERYTHING edible on the mouse lines. Other than that one incident, the only ‘break-ins’ occurred when I left my food bag on the floor unattended.
Full List of Appalachian Trail Shelters.
|Name||State||Mile (NOBO)||Next Shelter (NOBO)||Distance from Trail||Elevation (ft)||Capacity|
|Amicalola Falls State Park||GA||-8.8||0.1||xxx||1,800||xxx|
|Max Epperson Shelter||GA||-8.7||7.2||xxx||1,858||12|
|Black Gap Shelter||GA||-1.5||1.5||0.1 m W||3,300||8|
|Springer Mountain Shelter||GA||0.2||2.6||0.2 m E||3,733||12|
|Stover Creek Shelter||GA||2.8||5.3||0.1 m E||2,932||16|
|Hawk Mountain Shelter||GA||8.1||7.7||02. m W||3,209||12|
|Gooch Mountain Shelter||GA||15.8||12.4||0.1 m W||2,821||14|
|Woods Hole Shelter||GA||28.2||1.1||0.4 m W||3,688||7|
|Blood Mountain Shelter||GA||29.3||9.1||On AT||4,461||8|
|Whitley Gap Shelter||GA||38.4||4.8||1.2 m E||3,650||6|
|Low Gap Shelter||GA||43.2||7.3||On AT||3,054||7|
|Blue Mountain Shelter||GA||50.5||8.1||On AT||3,906||7|
|Tray Mountain Shelter||GA||58.6||7.4||0.2 m W||4,199||7|
|Deep Gap Shelter||GA||66||8.1||0.3 m E||3,583||12|
|Plumorchard Gap Shelter||GA||74.1||7.3||0.2 m E||3,165||14|
|Muskrat Creek Shelter||NC||81.4||4.9||On AT||4,580||6|
|Standing Indian Shelter||NC||86.3||7.6||On AT||4,757||8|
|Carter Gap Shelter||NC||93.9||8.6||On AT||4,520||6o/8n|
|Long Branch Shelter||NC||102.5||3.5||On AT||4,995||16|
|Rock Gap Shelter||NC||106||8||On AT||3,787||8|
|Siler Bald Shelter||NC||114||6.8||0.5 m E||4,786||8|
|Wayah Bald Shelter||NC||120.8||4.8||E to shelter||4,729||8|
|Cold Spring Shelter||NC||125.6||5.8||On AT||4,945||6|
|Wesser Bald Shelter||NC||131.4||4.9||0.1 m W||4,227||8|
|A. Rufus Morgan Shelter||NC||136.3||7.7||On AT||2,201||6|
|Sassafras Gap Shelter||NC||144||9.1||0.1 m W||4,400||14|
|Brown Fork Gap Shelter||NC||153.1||6.1||On AT||3,739||6|
|Cable Gap Shelter||NC||159.2||6.7||On AT||2,905||6|
|Fontana Dam Shelter||NC||165.9||11.4||E of AT.||1,864||20|
|Mollies Ridge Shelter||TN||177.3||3.1||On AT||4,602||12|
|Russell Field Shelter||TN||180.4||2.8||On AT||4,367||14|
|Spence Field Shelter||NC||183.2||6.1||0.2 m E||4,921||12|
|Derrick Knob Shelter||TN||189.3||5.7||On AT||4,901||12|
|Silers Bald Shelter||NC||195||1.7||On AT||5,454||12|
|Double Spring Gap Shelter||NC||196.7||6.1||On AT||5,511||12|
|Mt. Collins Shelter||TN||202.8||7.3||0.5 m W||5,970||12|
|Icewater Spring Shelter||NC||210.1||7.2||E of AT.||5,939||12|
|Pecks Corner Shelter||NC||217.3||4.9||0.5 m E||5,555||12|
|Tri-corner Knob Shelter||NC||222.2||7.7||On AT||5,911||12|
|Cosby Knob Shelter||NC||229.9||7.1||100 yds E||4,791||12|
|Davenport Gap Shelter||TN||237||10.5||On AT||2,572||12|
|Groundhog Creek Shelter||NC||247.5||8.2||0.2 m E||2,929||6|
|Roaring Fork Shelter||NC||255.7||4.9||On AT||4,036||10|
|Walnut Mountain Shelter||TN||260.6||9.9||On AT||4,362||6|
|Deer Park Mountain Shelter||NC||270.5||14.2||0.2 m E||2,339||5|
|Spring Mountain Shelter||TN||284.7||8.6||On AT||3,556||5|
|Little Laurel Shelter||NC||293.3||6.8||On AT||3,670||5|
|Jerry Cabin Shelter||NC||300.1||6.3||On AT||4,166||6|
|Flint Mountain Shelter||NC||306.4||8.8||On AT||3,586||8|
|Hogback Ridge Shelter||NC||315.2||10.1||0.1 m E||4,332||6|
|Bald Mountain Shelter||TN||325.3||10.6||0.1 m W||4,096||10|
|No Business Knob Shelter||TN||335.9||10.5||On AT||3,190||6|
|Curley Maple Gap Shelter||TN||346.4||12.8||On AT||3,083||14|
|Cherry Gap Shelter||TN||359.2||9.1||On AT||4,012||6|
|Clyde Smith Shelter||TN||368.3||8.5||0.1 W||4,514||10|
|Roan High Knob Shelter||TN||376.8||5.2||0.1 m E||6,194||15|
|Stan Murray Shelter||NC||382||1.9||On AT||5,063||6|
|Overmountain Shelter||NC||383.9||18||0.3 m E||4,654||20|
|Mountaineer Shelter||TN||401.9||9.6||On AT||3,192||14|
|Moreland Gap Shelter||TN||411.5||8.6||On AT||3,823||6|
|Laurel Fork Shelter||TN||420.1||8.6||On AT||2,186||8|
|Watauga Lake Shelter||TN||428.7||7.2||On AT||2,084||6|
|Vandeventer Shelter||TN||435.9||6.8||On AT||3,579||6|
|Iron Mountain Shelter||TN||442.7||7.6||On AT||4,118||6|
|Double Springs Shelter||TN||450.3||8.3||On AT||4,225||6|
|Abingdon Gap Shelter||TN||458.6||19.7||On AT||3,798||5|
|Saunders Shelter||VA||478.3||6.5||0.2 m W||3,378||8|
|Lost Mountain Shelter||VA||484.8||12.3||On AT||3,399||8|
|Thomas Knob Shelter||VA||497.1||5.2||On AT||5,430||16|
|Wise Shelter||VA||502.3||6.7||On AT||4,429||8|
|Old Orchard Shelter||VA||509||4.2||On AT||4,084||6|
|Hurricane Mountain Shelter||VA||513.2||9.2||0.1 m W||3,810||8|
|Trimpi Shelter||VA||522.4||9.8||0.1 m E||3,029||8|
|Partnership Shelter||VA||532.2||7||On AT||3,360||16|
|Chatfield Shelter||VA||539.2||8||On AT||3,200||6|
|Davis Path Campsite||VA||547.2||11.3||On AT||2,876||12|
|Knot Maul Branch Shelter||VA||558.5||9.4||On AT||2,761||8|
|Chestnut Knob Shelter||VA||567.9||10.7||On AT||4,410||8|
|Jenkins Shelter||VA||578.6||13.5||On AT||2,421||8|
|Helveys Mill Shelter||VA||592.1||9.7||0.3 m E||3,139||6|
|Jenny Knob Shelter||VA||601.8||14.5||On AT||2,684||6|
|Wapiti Shelter||VA||616.3||9.5||0.1 m E||2,662||5|
|Docs Knob Shelter||VA||625.8||15.7||On AT||3,560||8|
|Rice Field Shelter||VA||641.5||12.6||0.1 m E||3,370||7|
|Pine Swamp Branch Shelter||VA||654.1||3.9||On AT||2,549||8|
|Bailey Gap Shelter||VA||658||8.8||On AT||3,531||6|
|War Spur Shelter||VA||666.8||5.8||On AT||2,377||6|
|Laurel Creek Shelter||VA||672.6||6.4||On AT||2,817||6|
|Sarver Hollow Shelter||VA||679||6||0.4 m E||3,418||6|
|Niday Shelter||VA||685||10.1||On AT||2,005||6|
|Pickle Branch Shelter||VA||695.1||13.6||0.3 m E||1,921||6|
|Johns Spring/Boy Scout Shelter||VA||708.7||1||On AT||1,974||6|
|Catawba Mountain Shelter||VA||709.7||2.4||On AT||2,220||6|
|Campbell Shelter||VA||712.1||6||On AT||2,649||6|
|Lamberts Meadow Shelter||VA||718.1||14.4||On AT||2,143||6|
|Fullhardt Knob Shelter||VA||732.5||6.2||0.1 m E||2,651||6|
|Wilson Creek Shelter||VA||738.7||7.3||On AT||1,871||6|
|Bobblets Gap Shelter||VA||746||6.5||0.2 m W||2,101||6|
|Cove Mountain Shelter||VA||752.5||7||On AT||1,963||6|
|Bryant Ridge Shelter||VA||759.5||4.9||On AT||1,302||20|
|Cornelius Creek Shelter||VA||764.4||5.3||On AT||3,126||6|
|Thunder Hill Shelter||VA||769.7||12.4||On AT||3,934||6|
|Matts Creek Shelter||VA||782.1||3.9||On AT||869||6|
|Johns Hollow Shelter||VA||786||8.8||On AT||1,036||6|
|Punchbowl Shelter||VA||794.8||9.5||0.2 m W||2,504||6|
|Brown Mountain Creek Shelter||VA||804.3||5.6||On AT||1,381||6|
|Cow Camp Gap Shelter||VA||809.9||10.2||0.6 m E||3,487||8|
|Seeley-Woodworth Shelter||VA||820.1||6.6||On AT||3,822||8|
|The Priest Shelter||VA||826.7||7.6||0.1 m E||3,903||8|
|Harpers Creek Shelter||VA||834.3||6.2||On AT||1,910||6|
|Maupin Field Shelter||VA||840.5||15.8||On AT||2,765||6|
|Paul C. Wolfe Shelter||VA||856.3||12.7||On AT||1,594||10|
|Calf Mountain Shelter||VA||869||13||0.3 m W||2,703||6|
|Blackrock Hut||VA||882||13.2||0.2 m E||2,758||6|
|Pinefield Hut||VA||895.2||8.2||0.1 m E||2,493||6|
|Hightop Hut||VA||903.4||12.4||0.1 m W||3,200||8|
|Bearfence Mountain Hut||VA||915.8||11.5||0.1 m E||3,212||6|
|Rock Spring Hut||VA||927.3||15.3||0.2 m W||3,530||9+8|
|Byrds Nest #3 Hut||VA||938.2||17.5||On AT||3,279||8|
|Pass Mountain Hut||VA||942.6||13.1||0.2 m E||2,812||8|
|Gravel Springs Hut||VA||955.7||10.5||0.2 m E||2,658||8|
|Tom Floyd Wayside Shelter||VA||966.2||8.1||On AT||1,961||6|
|Jim & Molly Denton Shelter||VA||974.3||5.5||On AT||1,343||8|
|Manassas Gap Shelter||VA||979.8||4.5||On AT||1,696||6|
|Dicks Dome Shelter||VA||984.3||8.4||0.2 m E||1,409||4|
|Rod Hollow Shelter||VA||992.7||6.9||0.1 m W||917||8|
|Sam Moore Shelter||VA||999.6||14.2||On AT||931||6|
|David Lesser Memorial Shelter||VA||1013.8||15.6||0.1 m E||1,438||6|
|Ed Garvey Shelter||MD||1029.4||4.1||On AT||1,100||12|
|Crampton Gap Shelter||MD||1033.5||5||0.3 m E||1,185||6|
|Rocky Run Shelters||MD||1038.5||7.5||0.2 m W||1,011||16|
|Dahlgren Backpack Campground||MD||1040.3||8.9||On AT||980||A lot|
|Pine Knob Shelter||MD||1046||8.2||0.1 m W||1,389||5|
|Pogo Memorial Campsite||MD||1049.2||9.9||E of AT.||1,500||???|
|Ensign Cowall Shelter||MD||1054.2||4.9||On AT||1,415||8|
|Raven Rock Shelter||MD||1059.1||9.6||0.1 m W||1,682||16|
|Deer Lick Shelters||PA||1068.7||2.4||On AT||1,435||2+5|
|Antietam Shelter||PA||1071.1||1.2||On AT||911||6|
|Tumbling Run Shelters||PA||1072.3||6.6||On AT||1,089||8|
|Rocky Mountain Shelters||PA||1078.9||5.6||0.2 m E||1,660||8|
|Quarry Gap Shelters||PA||1084.5||7.4||On AT||1,473||8|
|Birch Run Shelter||PA||1091.9||6.2||On AT||1,811||10|
|Toms Run Shelters||PA||1098.1||10.9||On AT||1,319||8|
|James Fry (Tagg Run) Shelter||PA||1109||8.1||0.2 m E||719||9|
|Alec Kennedy Shelter||PA||1117.1||18.2||0.2 m E||966||7|
|Darlington Shelter||PA||1135.3||7.3||0.1 m E||1,223||5|
|Cove Mountain Shelter||PA||1142.6||8.3||0.2 m E||1,268||8|
|Clarks Ferry Shelter||PA||1150.9||6.7||0.1 m E||1,258||8|
|Peters Mountain Shelter||PA||1157.6||18||On AT||1,188||16|
|Rausch Gap Shelter||PA||1175.6||13.4||0.3 m E||1,094||6|
|William Penn Shelter||PA||1189||4.1||0.1 m E||1,421||16|
|501 Shelter||PA||1193.1||15.1||0.1 m W||1,473||12|
|Eagles Nest Shelter||PA||1208.2||14.7||0.3 m W||1,593||8|
|Windsor Furnace Shelter||PA||1222.9||9.1||0.1 m W||867||8|
|Eckville Shelter||PA||1232||7.4||0.2 m E||697||6|
|Allentown Hiking Club Shelter||PA||1239.4||10||On AT||1,500||8|
|Bake Oven Knob Shelter||PA||1249.4||6.8||On AT||1,404||6|
|George W. Outerbridge Shelter||PA||1256.2||16.7||On AT||999||6|
|Leroy A. Smith Shelter||PA||1272.9||13.7||0.2 m E||1,477||8|
|Kirkridge Shelter||PA||1286.6||31.2||On AT||1,467||6|
|Backpacker Camp #2||NJ||1298.3||26.1||Trail to W||1,287||???|
|Brink Road Shelter||NJ||1317.8||6.6||0.2.m W||1,234||8|
|Gren Anderson Shelter||NJ||1324.4||5.8||0.1 m W||1,341||8|
|Mashipacong Shelter||NJ||1330.2||2.6||On AT||1,431||8|
|Rutherford Shelter||NJ||1332.8||4.6||0.4 m E||1,491||6|
|High Point Shelter||NJ||1337.4||12.4||0.1 m E||1,310||8|
|Pochuck Mountain Shelter||NJ||1349.8||11.5||0.1 m W||866||6|
|Wawayanda Shelter||NJ||1361.3||12.1||0.1 m W||1,189||6|
|Wildcat Shelter||NY||1373.4||14.3||0.2 m W||1,066||8|
|Fingerboard Shelter||NY||1387.7||5.3||On AT||1,348||8|
|William Brien Memorial Shelter||NY||1393||3.2||On AT||1,059||8|
|West Mountain Shelter||NY||1396.2||32.2||0.6 m E||1,175||8|
|RPH Shelter||NY||1428.4||9||On AT||377||6|
|Morgan Stewart Memorial Shelter||NY||1437.4||7.8||On AT||1,307||6|
|Telephone Pioneers Shelter||NY||1445.2||8.8||0.1 m E||1,058||6|
|Wiley Shelter||NY||1454||4||On AT||724||6|
|Ten Mile River Shelter||CT||1458||8.4||0.1 m E||300||6|
|Mt. Algo Shelter||CT||1466.4||7.3||On AT||636||6|
|Stewart Hollow Brook Shelter||CT||1473.7||10||0.1 m W||415||6|
|Pine Swamp Brook Shelter||CT||1483.7||11.4||On AT||1,107||6|
|Limestone Spring Shelter||CT||1495.1||7.5||0.5 m W||1,321||6|
|Riga Shelter||CT||1502.6||1.2||On AT||1,661||6|
|Brassie Brook Shelter||CT||1503.8||8.8||On AT||1,751||6|
|The Hemlocks Shelter||MA||1512.6||0.1||0.1 m E||1,935||10|
|Glen Brook Shelter||MA||1512.7||14.3||0.1 m E||1,962||6|
|Tom Leonard Shelter||MA||1527||5.3||On AT||1,574||10|
|Mt. Wilcox South Shelters||MA||1532.3||1.8||On AT||1,835||5|
|Mt. Wilcox North Shelter||MA||1534.1||14||0.3 m E||2,084||10|
|Upper Goose Pond Cabin||MA||1548.1||8.8||0.5 m W||1,570||14|
|October Mountain Shelter||MA||1556.9||8.8||On AT||1,923||12|
|Kay Wood Shelter||MA||1565.7||16.9||0.2 m E||1,775||10|
|Mark Noepel Shelter||MA||1582.6||6.6||0.2 m E||2,843||10|
|Pecks Brook Shelter||MA||Off Trail||xxx||1.0 m E||2,487||12|
|Deer Hill Shelter||MA||Off Trail||xxx||1.0 m W||xxx||12|
|Bellows Pipe Shelter||MA||Off Trail||xxx||1.0 m E||xxx||12|
|Wilbur Clearing Shelter||MA||1589.2||9.9||0.3 m W||2,300||8|
|Seth Warner Shelter||VT||1599.1||7.2||0.2 m W||2,243||8|
|Congdon Shelter||VT||1606.3||5.9||On AT||2,104||8|
|Melville Nauheim Shelter||VT||1612.2||8.5||On AT||2,436||8|
|Goddard Shelter||VT||1620.7||4.3||On AT||3,573||12|
|Kid Gore Shelter||VT||1625||4.6||On AT||2,796||8|
|Story Spring Shelter||VT||1629.6||10.4||On AT||2,814||8|
|Stratton Pond Shelter||VT||1640||4.9||0.2 W||2,655||16|
|William B Douglas Shelter||VT||1644.9||3||0.5 m W||2,304||10|
|Spruce Peak Shelter||VT||1647.9||4.8||0.1 m W||2,247||14|
|Bromley Shelter||VT||1652.7||8.1||On AT||2,605||12|
|Peru Peak Shelter||VT||1660.8||4.7||On AT||2,616||10|
|Lost Pond Shelter||VT||1665.5||1.5||On AT||2,210||8|
|Old Job Shelter||VT||1667||0.2||1.0 m E||1,544||8|
|Big Branch Shelter||VT||1667.2||3.3||On AT||1,512||8|
|Little Rock Pond Shelter||VT||1670.5||4.8||On AT||1,852||8|
|Greenwall Shelter||VT||1675.3||5.1||0.2 m E||2,114||8|
|Minerva Hinchey Shelter||VT||1680.4||3.7||On AT||1,631||10|
|Clarendon Shelter||VT||1684.1||6.1||0.1 m E||1,264||10|
|Governor Clement Shelter||VT||1690.2||4.3||On AT||1,920||12|
|Cooper Lodge Shelter||VT||1694.5||2.5||On AT||3,928||16|
|Pico Camp Shelter||VT||1697||1.9||0.5 m E||3,482||4|
|Churchill Scott Shelter||VT||1698.9||8.9||0.1 m W||2,620||10|
|Tucker Johnson Camping Area||VT||1707.8||-3.9||0.4 m W||2,259||8|
|Gifford Woods State Park||VT||1703.9||6.9||On AT||1,656||0|
|Stony Brook Shelter||VT||1710.8||9.9||0.1 m E||1,779||8|
|Wintturi Shelter||VT||1720.7||9.8||0.2 m W||2,082||8|
|Cloudland Market Shelter||VT||1730.5||1.8||0.5 m W||1,370||6 ?|
|Thistle Hill Shelter||VT||1732.3||8.8||0.2 m E||1,774||8|
|Happy Hill Shelter||VT||1741.1||7.3||0.1 m E||1,426||8|
|Velvet Rocks Shelter||NH||1748.4||9.5||0.2 m W||925||6|
|Moose Mountain Shelter||NH||1757.9||5.7||0.1 m E||2,131||8|
|Trapper John Shelter||NH||1763.6||6.7||0.2 m W||1,517||6|
|Smarts Mountain Cabin||NH||1770.3||5.3||W of AT.||3,237||12|
|Hexacuba Shelter||NH||1775.6||15.7||0.3 m E||2,071||8|
|Jeffers Brook Shelter||NH||1791.3||6.9||On AT||1,330||10|
|Beaver Brook Shelter||NH||1798.2||9||On AT||3,749||10|
|Eliza Brook Campsite Shelter||NH||1807.2||4||On AT||2,408||8s/4c|
|Kinsman Pond Campsite Shelter||NH||1811.2||1.8||On AT||3,763||16s/4c|
|Lonesome Lake Hut||NH||1813||9.4||On AT||2,764||46|
|Greenleaf Hut||NH||1822.4||3.9||1.1 m W||5,291||48|
|Garfield Ridge Campsite & Shelter||NH||1826.3||2.7||0.2 m W||3,951||12s/7c|
|Galehead Hut||NH||1829||2.8||On Frost Tr||3,800||38|
|Guyot Campsite Shelter||NH||1831.8||4.1||0.7 m E||4,534||14s/6c|
|Zealand Falls Hut||NH||1835.9||4.9||On AT||2,635||36|
|Ethan Pond Campsite Shelter||NH||1840.8||9.3||0.2 m W||2,874||8|
|Mizpah Spring Hut||NH||1850.1||4.6||E of AT.||3,800||60|
|Lake of the Clouds Hut||NH||1854.7||5.8||On AT||5,106||90|
|The RMS Perch Shelter||NH||1860.5||1.4||0.9 m W||5,222||8|
|Madison Spring Hut||NH||1861.9||13.7||0.6 m W||4,800||50|
|Osgood Tent Site||NH||1865||17.8||W of AT.||2,554||20|
|Carter Notch Hut||NH||1875.6||7.2||0.1 m E||3,890||40|
|Imp Campsite Shelter||NH||1882.8||6.1||0.2 m W||3,344||10s/5c|
|Rattle River Shelter||NH||1888.9||13.7||On AT||1,279||8|
|Gentian Pond Shelter & Campsite||NH||1902.6||5.2||0.2 m E||2,181||14|
|Carlo Col Shelter & Campsite||ME||1907.8||4.4||0.3 m W||3,210||16s/4c|
|Full Goose Shelter||ME||1912.2||5.1||On AT||2,966||12|
|Speck Pond Shelter & Campsite||ME||1917.3||6.9||On AT||3,438||8|
|Baldpate Lean-to||ME||1924.2||3.5||0.1 m E||2,683||8|
|Frye Notch Lean-to||ME||1927.7||10.5||On AT||2,312||6|
|Hall Mountain Lean-to||ME||1938.2||12.8||On AT||2,646||6|
|Bemis Mountain Lean-to||ME||1951||8.3||On AT||2,845||8|
|Sabbath Day Pond Lean-to||ME||1959.3||11.2||On AT||2,396||8|
|Piazza Rock Lean-to||ME||1970.5||8.9||On AT||2,109||8|
|Poplar Ridge Lean-to||ME||1979.4||8||On AT||2,968||6|
|Spaulding Mountain Lean-to||ME||1987.4||18.6||On AT||3,139||8|
|Horns Pond Lean-tos||ME||2006||10.2||On AT||3,183||8+8|
|Little Bigelow Lean-to||ME||2016.2||7.7||On AT||1,812||8|
|West Carry Pond Lean-to||ME||2023.9||10||On AT||1,345||8|
|Pierce Pond Lean-to||ME||2033.9||9.7||On AT||1,224||6|
|Pleasant Pond Lean-to||ME||2043.6||9||On AT||1,391||6|
|Bald Mountain Brook Lean-to||ME||2052.6||4.1||0.1 m E||1,329||8|
|Moxie Bald Lean-to||ME||2056.7||8.9||On AT||1,242||8|
|Horseshoe Canyon Lean-to||ME||2065.6||12||On AT||794||8|
|Leeman Brook Lean-to||ME||2077.6||7.4||On AT||1,077||6|
|Wilson Valley Lean-to||ME||2085||4.7||On AT||972||6|
|Long Pond Stream Lean-to||ME||2089.7||4||On AT||950||8|
|Cloud Pond Lean-to||ME||2093.7||6.9||0.4 m E||2,501||6|
|Chairback Gap Lean-to||ME||2100.6||9.9||On AT||1,979||6|
|Carl A. Newhall Lean-to||ME||2110.5||7.2||On AT||1,938||6|
|Logan Brook Lean-to||ME||2117.7||3.6||On AT||2,406||6|
|East Branch Lean-to||ME||2121.3||8.1||On AT||1,261||6|
|Cooper Brook Falls Lean-to||ME||2129.4||11.4||On AT||946||6|
|Potaywadjo Spring Lean-to||ME||2140.8||10.1||On AT||655||8|
|Wadleigh Stream Lean-to||ME||2150.9||8.1||On AT||717||6|
|Rainbow Stream Lean-to||ME||2159||11.5||On AT||1,023||6|
|Hurd Brook Lean-to||ME||2170.5||13.4||On AT||720||6|
|The Birches Lean-tos & Campsite||ME||2183.9||5.2||0.2 E||1,096||8+8|
|KATAHDIN (BAXTER PEAK)||ME||2189.1||xxx||Summit.||5,268||xxx|
*Data provided by Whiteblaze, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, TNlandforums.
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