2017 AT Thru Hiker and outdoor enthusiast, I have been hiking in and around the White Mountains of NH since I was 6 with my mom and brothers. After finishing the AT, I pursued my goal of spending my life outside by becoming a guide for a wilderness therapy program. Despite living in the woods for a living, the lure of thru hiking has persisted. Stay tuned for more adventures to come!
Day 109-117: Connecticut to Vermont, 135.2 miles Welcome to New England I like to imagine that gnats have extreme sports. The most extreme of these
Day 98-108: DWG to Connecticut, 167.8 miles Between the Bubbles After I left the DWG, I was on my own. Peregrine was behind me, and River and
Day 88-97: Duncannon to Delaware Water Gap, 146.4 miles First off, this is the time period where I lost my phone, so any and all pictures in this
Day 81-87: Harper's Ferry to Duncannon, 123.5 miles Family Time For the first time since I'd started the trail, I got to see some people from home.
Day 72-80: Blackrock Hut to Harper's Ferry, 141.1 miles Public Enemy #1 Of all of the things in the woods to fear, I never thought a nocturnal
Hello world! In a twisted and complex series of events, my phone has broken and left me stranded as far as communication goes. I apologize for the
Day 57: Wind Rock to Niday Shelter, 23.1 miles Today I planned my biggest mileage day yet. I made sure to get up and leave as early as I physically
I apologize for the radio silence lately, the wifi in the shelters is awful! Someone should really fix that. But I'm back now and I got t-shirts for
This post is going to be short one day since you got an extra day last week. What? You didn't think that bonus day was free did you? Not sorry. Day
This post contains a bonus day. Woo!! Hooray for bonus days!!! You're welcome. Day 36: Overmountain Shelter to Mountaineer Falls Shelter, 17.9