Appalachian Trail

Embark on an unforgettable adventure along the Appalachian Trail. Discover breathtaking vistas, diverse wildlife, and experience the thrill of hiking through this iconic trail.
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After deciding to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail this spring, I unlocked a new obsession: backpacking gear. Through much fixation, research, and mini shakedown hikes, I’ve got the gear I need (or at least think I do at the moment.) Here’s a summary of everything I’ve accumulated since May 2022 (when I graduated college and started my backpacking obsession.) A complete list of my gear can be found here. Sleep System/Pack ULA Circuit Originally, I started out with the Osprey Aura but decided…

Laura Ott
The Appalachian Trail is also on our Bucket List. In the end, we would love to "Triple Crown" - the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail - 2,650 mi.), the CDT (Continental Divide Trail - 3,100 mi.) and the AT (Appalachian Trail - 2,100 mi.) Camping And Hiking, Trips, The Great Outdoors, Outdoor, Appalachian Trail Map, Appalachian Mountains, Travel Usa, America, Trail Maps

Hello! This map of the Appalachian Trail (AT) will be the beginning of my journey as far as flickr photos go. I will be thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail starting March 24th at Springer Mountain in Georgia, hiking northbound to Mount Katahdin in Maine - 2,175 miles! Tomorrow I will board a over night Amtrak train bound for Gainesville Georgia. I'll be picked up by the hikers hostel and shuttled to Dahlonega, GA where I will spend Tuesday night at the Hiker's Hostel…

Kelly Renae
3 Very Real Threats on the Appalachian Trail (And How To Protect Yourself) Camino De Santiago, Backpacking Tips, Backpacking, Camping And Hiking, Bordeaux, Camping, Hiking Backpack, Thru Hiking, Hiking Training

The sun sets in the west, water freezes at 32 degrees fahrenheit, and this dress is blue and black. These are but a few unescapable facts of life. Another such reality is the reaction one receives after announcing their intentions to walk from Georgia to Maine, which can be summarized along the lines of: “Are you f*cking crazy?! What about bears, rattlesnakes, and deranged, inbred hillbillies?” Anyone who’s done any amount of research into thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail already knows the…

Brenda White

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