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The following is a guest post courtesy of Erik Schlimmer, a Founding Member of Friends of the Trans Adirondack Route. Have a story to share? Submit
The following is a guest post courtesy of Jessie Wild. Have a story to share? Submit it here. What is the right response when your
The following is a guest post which originally appeared on the Facebook PCT 2017 group page, courtesy of Daniel Winsor. Daniel's post addresses the
The following post is courtesy of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. To submit your own story or query, click here. The principle of karma
"I've seen a lot of books on the Appalachian Trail. Finally, somebody got it right. It's about the people" - Hiker Alumni, Class of
The following guest post is courtesy of the the ATC, written by Jim Fetig. The facts are indisputable. The number of thru-hikers has been
The following a guest post courtesy of 2016 PCT thru-hiker, "The Cloak of Chillness". Have a story to tell? Share it here. I knew about the
The following is a guest post from the legendary Buck Colter Nelson. His bio can be found at the bottom of this post. Check out his other guest
The Appalachian Trail. Three words with five million steps. As I watch these short clips flash by, I have to force myself to see what really lies behind the screen. These memories, these experiences are all real. Every day I remind myself what really happened, that I really made it, that everything I see actually happened. I speak for many of the friends that I made out there when I say that looking back on an adventure such as the Appalachian Trail is hard to comprehend. The memories and bonds we made will forever be embedded in our minds.
The following is a guest post courtesy of Joshua Bridger and his experience with Warrior Expeditions. Have a story to tell? Share it