Since its founding, AMC’s legacy includes the development of high quality maps of trails in the Northeast. Today, it researches and publishes a broad range of maps covering the mountains of Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, as well as the Catskills.

AMC also offers mapping services to land managers, including field data collection using differential GPS, development of trail maps and river and greenway guides, and GIS analysis. AMC works with local or regional agencies and groups who have a common interest in strengthening local economies through nature-based tourism and active outdoor recreations.

Go behind the scenes with cartographer Larry Garland and learn about AMC’s mapping legacy, and what goes into creating the maps for AMC’s White Mountain Guide. Watch to learn more.

Recent clients and projects include:

  • Shelburne Trails Club (NH)

  • The Cohos Trail Association (NH)

  • The Chatham Trails Association (ME)

  • The Quabbin to Cardigan initiative (NH)

  • Lakes Region Conservation Trust (NH)

  • The Nature Conservancy (NH)

  • Conway Conservation Commission (NH)

  • Loon Echo Land Trust (ME)

  • Three Rivers Land Trust (ME)

  • Androscoggin River Map and Guide

  • Saco River Map and Guide

  • Island Pond (VT) Regional Recreation Map

  • Southern Piscataquis Recreational Map and Guide

  • Pennsylvania Highlands Regional Map and Guide

  • Deerfield River Map and Guide


Larry Garland
Appalachian Mountain Club
Pinkham Notch Visitor Center
P.O. Box 298
361 Route 16
Gorham, NH 03581
Phone: 603-466-8141