This Week’s Top Instagram Photos from the #AppalachianTrail

Ladies, gentlemen, and hiker trash- it has returned.  We are pleased to reintroduce one of our all time favorite series- the top Instagram posts from the Appalachian Trail.

Each week, we peruse all of the wonderful pictures from Instagram using the hashtag #TrektheAT and #AppalachianTrail and select a few of the best to highlight for your viewing pleasure!

This week we take a look at photos snapped between 11/01/17-11/15/17.

If you would like your picture to be included, be sure to use the hashtag #TrektheAT and/or tag us. Don’t forget to follow The Trek for all things long-distance backpacking and The Trek: Appalachian Trail for even more AT love.

This Week’s Top Photos from the Appalachian Trail

Taken a few weeks ago during the sunset at Hawksbill summit in Shenandoah after a short, but quick uphill challenged hike. Had no time to warm up, but it was all good huffing and puffing rushing to the top to experience these views! Wowza. Have a great day everyone! 😊🔥🍂🍁🍂 • • • • • • Shot with a Canon 7D and 10-22mm wide angle lens @canonusa #teamcanon with a Tiffen circular polarizer. @tiffencompany #tiffen #tiffenfilters and edited in @lightroom @photoshop • • • • #shenandoahnationalpark #fall #shenandoah #nationalparkgeek #sky_brilliance #goshenandoah #autumn #blue #nature #mountains #explore #mountainscape #nationalpark #nationalparklife #optoutside #foliage #sky #shennps #sunset #sunsets #sunset_ig #sunsets_captures @earthpix @natgeo @nationalparklife @nationalparkservice @natgeo @natgeotravel @natgeoyourshot @usinterior @goshenandoah #clouds @blueridgenps @visitvbr @visitvirginia #LoveVa #trektheat @appalachian.trail @thetrek.co @appalachiantrail #BeanOutsiderContest @llbean #NatGeoTravel @natgeotravel @visitvirginia @blueridgenps @blueridgemoments @blueridgenps @shenandoahnps @goshenandoah

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