WhiteBlaze Pages
A Complete Appalachian Trail Guidebook.
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  • NEW! 2021 WhiteBlaze Pages PDF Guidebook Sale price, only $6.

    NEW! NEW! NEW!
    2021 WhiteBlaze Pages PDF Guidebook Sale price, only $6.

    I am happy to announce that the 2021 WhiteBlaze Pages PDF Guidebook now works in conjunction with Gaia GPS.

    I am sorry about the delay.
    The reason for the delay was because of the vast improvements.

    The 2021 WhiteBlaze Pages PDF Guidebook is taking a big leap forward.

    The PDF layout was redone to make it compatible for use with the new style smartphones.I also made it user friendly for the color-blind individuals to use.

    The big news, I have been working with Gaia GPS.I am launching the 2021 WhiteBlaze Pages interactive PDF guidebook that works in conjunction with Gaia GPS.

    I am still in the stages of inputting additional coordinates into the PDF and the Gaia GPS apps shared folders, and there are enough (over 3,000) coordinates packed into the PDF, and Gaia GPS shared folders to release the PDF and let hikers start using it.

    I am continually adding more coordinates to the PDF and working on updates for those that have purchased the PDF. When you purchase the PDF file, and there are updates available, you will be notified to download a completely updated PDF, at no additional cost.

    Gaia GPS is not required if you just want to use the PDF for your hike.

    Read more about the 2021 WhiteBlaze Pages PDF Guidebook here and see some screenshots:

    2021 interactive PDF of WhiteBlaze Pages, A Complete Appalachian Trail Guidebook
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    1. Kaptainkriz's Avatar
      Kaptainkriz -
      Awesome, thanks for making this available!
    1. Big Daddy D's Avatar
      Big Daddy D -
      Covid kept me from hiking this year. Hope to hike this summer but will use the 2020 book. Sure hope the updates section will provide info for the 2020 book!
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