Hi guys! I'm Cat! I am a recent graduate of the University of Georgia and now I am out adventuring through Colorado while in grad school for military counseling. I love school, Colorado and my job at REI but I am choosing to leave it all for 6 months to walk through the woods with a true friend who was crazy enough to join me. From Colorado to Georgia to KATAHDIN! I am excited about joining this community! Please feel free to reach out to me -- I would love to hear from you!
Healthy body, Big miles Snickers, pop-tarts and ramen. These are the things fueling a typical hiker. Other than the fact that I am not bringing
This literally is a post just to talk about the single best food combinations I've had to date on the trail. I will update it more as I find more
I recently went on my first official East coast shakedown hike since deciding to tackle the AT. Up until this moment, I had done my training in
*I was not paid by REI or any affiliates do write this. However, I work for one of their flagship stores so I am totally (rightfully) bias. Why you
So you're thinking about hiking the Appalachian Trail (or any trail) and you want to bring your dog. But should you? Because your dog is a great
When I wrote my list containing my reasons for hiking the Appalachian Trail, I surprised myself with one of my answers. I was in the zone writing how I would feel if I didn't make it to Katahdin and I wrote "I will know my body defeated my mind and my spirit."
New to the Appalachian Trials blog and in need to introduce myself! I am so excited to be here and even more excited to connect with everyone that I can! Read about me and a little bit of why I am doing this!