> Appalachian Trail
> Pine Grove to Duncannon
last updated Feb 14, 2016
The Appalachian Trail Museum tells the story of the A.T., from its inception to the present, including those who hike it, those who maintain it, and everything in between. It's located right on the A.T. in Pine Grove Furnace State Park, just north of the Pine Grove Furnace Store. Find us online at www.atmuseum.org We are open in the summer every day from noon to 4 pm; during the spring and fall on weekends from noon to 4 pm.
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|Springer:|| ||1101.9 miles|
|Katahdin:|| ||1087.2 miles|
6.7N - Spring [0.1W]
7.1N - James Fry Shelter [0.2E]
7.6N - Cherokee Family Restaurant and Campground [0.4W]
7.6N - Pine Grove Rd
8.5N - Green Mountain Store and Deli [0.2E]
10.3N - Mt. Holly Springs, PA [2.5W]
0.1S - Pine Grove General Store
0.1S - Ironmasters Hostel
0.4S - PA 233
2.0S - Halfway Spring
3.8S - Toms Run Shelters
15.2S - Caledonia State Park
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