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 07/11/17 – 07/17/17. Keep scrolling for epic vistas and hiker trash galore!

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

Sunrise from the green tunnel in Maryland #at2017 #appalachiantrials #appalachiantrail #thetrek #trektheat #flipflopthruhike

A post shared by Ashley Nicole Hill (@ashleynhill7) on

Made it to “the greatest mountain”! #trektheat #atthruhike2017

A post shared by Mary Meixner (@marybmeixner5) on

I came across a place in the middle of nowhere with a big black horse and a cherry tree 🎵

A post shared by Kylie “Mumbles” Torrence (@kyleeamandaaa) on

#mountains #wild #trekking #sobo #trektheAT

A post shared by JESSE SPOHN (@maverickkid) on

3,500 feet 110 minutes 4.6 miles 0 breaks #trektheat

A post shared by Matthew Morelli (@wherethehellismatt) on

Bridge jumping with SoBos at 8am because as they say on trail: never pass up an opportunity for a free shower.

A post shared by Jennifer “Squeaks” Giddens (@trekkin_for_change) on

These meadows and cornfields have me excited about Pennsylvania, rocks be damned.

A post shared by Byron M (Byron’s Big Hike) (@byronmclean) on

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