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This bundle includes the three original sections of the trail: Maine, New Brunswick and Quebec.

$19.99

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The Maine section of the IAT/SIA is about 138mi/222km long and begins on the Katahdin Loop in the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument east of Baxter State Park. The trail generally follows the East Branch of the Penobscot River north through the Monument, before turning east towards Mount Chase and, eventually, Houlton. Just before Houlton, the trail turns north again and continues to and across Mars Hill Mountain in Aroostook County. It then follows the United States/Canadian international border northward to Fort Fairfield where it crosses into Perth-Andover, New Brunswick.

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The Maine section of the IAT/SIA is about 138mi/222km long and begins on the Katahdin Loop in the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument east of Baxter State Park. The trail generally follows the East Branch of the Penobscot River north through the Monument, before turning east towards Mount Chase and, eventually, Houlton. Just before Houlton, the trail turns north again and continues to and across Mars Hill Mountain in Aroostook County. It then follows the United States/Canadian international border northward to Fort Fairfield where it crosses into Perth-Andover, New Brunswick.

$6.99

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The Québec section of the IAT/SIA is about 401mi/645km long and begins in Matapédia at the bridge crossing the Restigouche River and then runs northwest to Amqui, south of Lac Matapédia. Here, the trail heads northeast through the Reserve Faunique de Matane and then on to Mount Logan in the western portion of the Parc de la Gaspésie. The trail then turns eastward, continuing across Mont Albert and Mont Jacques Cartier and finally along the legendary cliffs of Cap Gaspé in Forillon National Park, where it ends at Shiphead.

$12.99

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  • iPad
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This bundle includes the three original sections of the trail: Maine, New Brunswick and Quebec.

$19.99

Explore

The Maine section of the IAT/SIA is about 138mi/222km long and begins on the Katahdin Loop in the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument east of Baxter State Park. The trail generally follows the East Branch of the Penobscot River north through the Monument, before turning east towards Mount Chase and, eventually, Houlton. Just before Houlton, the trail turns north again and continues to and across Mars Hill Mountain in Aroostook County. It then follows the United States/Canadian international border northward to Fort Fairfield where it crosses into Perth-Andover, New Brunswick.

$6.99

Explore

The Maine section of the IAT/SIA is about 138mi/222km long and begins on the Katahdin Loop in the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument east of Baxter State Park. The trail generally follows the East Branch of the Penobscot River north through the Monument, before turning east towards Mount Chase and, eventually, Houlton. Just before Houlton, the trail turns north again and continues to and across Mars Hill Mountain in Aroostook County. It then follows the United States/Canadian international border northward to Fort Fairfield where it crosses into Perth-Andover, New Brunswick.

$6.99

Explore

The Québec section of the IAT/SIA is about 401mi/645km long and begins in Matapédia at the bridge crossing the Restigouche River and then runs northwest to Amqui, south of Lac Matapédia. Here, the trail heads northeast through the Reserve Faunique de Matane and then on to Mount Logan in the western portion of the Parc de la Gaspésie. The trail then turns eastward, continuing across Mont Albert and Mont Jacques Cartier and finally along the legendary cliffs of Cap Gaspé in Forillon National Park, where it ends at Shiphead.

$12.99

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About our partner

International Appalachian Trail/Sentier International des Appalaches Council

 

The Council of the International Appalachian Trail was launched in June 1994 when representatives from Maine, New Brunswick and Quebec gathered to begin the work of completing a footpath to connect the three highest points of land in each jurisdiction. Now, 22 chapters in 13 countries on 3 continents around the arc of the North Atlantic Ocean Basin continue the work. Chapters take on the responsibility of building and maintaining the footpath, which traces the ancient Appalachian/Caledonian mountain chain from North America to North Africa. The Council is an informal association whose members agree to a set of structures and responsibilities that includes establishment and maintenance of the footpath, the creation of maps, guides, and other promotional materials. Chapters are encouraged to develop their own means of public communication and education, and all contribute stories and other promotional material to the shared web portal.

Atlas Guides works with the IAT/SIA to create and maintain the International Appalachian Trail/Sentier International des Appalaches Council’s smartphone navigation app.

Learn more about the IAT/SIA Council