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Mason-Dixon Trail Maps

Mason-Dixon Trail Maps



Mason-Dixon Trail Maps
by Mason Dixon Trail System, Inc.

The Mason-Dixon Trail connects the Appalachian Trail with the Brandywine Trail. This 199 mile long trail starts at Whiskey Springs on the Appalachian Trail, in Cumberland County, PA and heads east towards the Susquehanna River, passing through Gifford Pinchot State Park en route. The trail then follows the west bank of the Susquehanna River south to Havre de Grace, MD. Across the river, the M-DT continues east, passes through Elk Neck State Forest, then on to Iron Hill Park, DE, north along the Christina River and White Clay Creek to the White Clay Creek Preserve. The trail then heads northeast to its eastern terminus at Chadds Ford, PA on the banks of the Brandywine River.

The Mason-Dixon Trail Maps have been updated for 2020. Each map, printed on water-proof paper, is 20 x 8.5 inches and folds to a 4 x 8.5 inch format. A detailed trail description, both west to east and east to west, is printed on the reverse side of each map. The set of 10 maps includes a cover sheet and is enclosed in a plastic bag. The new maps include side trails and park trails shown as dotted red lines in addition to the solid red line of the M-DT.

  • Map: Waterproof plastic
  • Publisher: Mason Dixon Trail System, Inc. (2020)
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 20 inches (x 10)

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