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The PATC publishes five regularly revised and updated topographic maps and two guidebooks covering the entire length of the Tuscarora Trail, which may be purchased from the PATC online store.

Guide to the North Half of the Tuscarora Trail

Details the Tuscarora Trail in Pennsylvania and Maryland, from its northern junction with the AT to the crossing of the Potomac River and corresponds with Map J and Map K.

Guide to the South Half of the Tuscarora Trail

Details the Tuscarora Trail in Virginia and West Virginia, from the crossing of the Potomac River to its southern junction with the AT in Shenandoah National Park and corresponds with Map L, Map F and Map G.

Map J

Map J covers the northern terminus of the Tuscarora trail from its junction with the AT, 10 miles south of Duncanon, to the crossing of PA route 641 and corresponds with sections 1-5 of the Guide to the North Half of the Tuscarora Trail.

Map K

Map K covers the the Tuscarora trail from its crossing of PA route 641 to the Potomac River at Hancock,  Maryland and corresponds with sections 6-10 of the Guide to the North Half of the Tuscarora Trail.

Map L

Map L covers the Tuscarora trail from its crossing of the Potomac River to Capon Springs, West Virginia and corresponds with sections 11-16 of the Guide to the South Half of the Tuscarora Trail.

Map F

Map F covers the  the Tuscarora Trail through the Great North Mountain area in the Lee Ranger District of the George Washington National Forest and corresponds with sections 17-18 of the Guide to the South Half of the Tuscarora Trail.

Map G

Map G covers the  the Tuscarora Trail through the Massanutten Mountain area in the Lee Ranger District of the George Washington National Forest and corresponds with sections 19-22 of the Guide to the South Half of the Tuscarora Trail.