[pct-l] PCT Atlas

Julian Plamann julian at amity.be
Wed Apr 15 13:21:45 CDT 2009

I'll definitely third this recommendation. I was initially concerned that
fine details like elevation points and some of the smaller contour lines on
the map might be hard to read considering how small the books are, but the
print quality is so amazing that there is no issue whatsoever. The blank
"notes" pages spread throughout give more than enough room to jot down
specific info about towns, stores, route tips and other info grabbed from
Yogi's book. I'm excited not to have to carry two separate guidebooks this

On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 9:47 AM, <enyapjr at comcast.net> wrote:

> Received the first two volumes of the color PCT Atlas yesterday...
> First impression - "Wow!"  Almost speechless...
> The print quality is superb, showing very fine details...
> Much, much better than I could ever have done on my printers (which I had
> planned to do - but not now!)...
> Definitely the only on-trail 'guide book' I will carry on a thru-hike...
> See <http://www.pctatlas.com/>, download a free .pdf chapter (but the
> printed volumes blow away the computer monitor graphics!)...
> Fantastic job, Erik!  Thanks.
> Happy trails!!!
> Jim / PITA
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