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The following post is courtesy of the here. The principle of karma says that life revolves around a system of cause and effect. If one
"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 During hiking season, shelter sites near the starting point have limited capacity. Once that
The following a guest post courtesy of 2016 PCT thru-hiker, "The Cloak of Chillness". Have a story to tell? However, the hardest challenge of all
The following is a guest post from the legendary guest post here. Have a story you'd like to share on The Trek? Wouldn't it be great to retrace
The following is a guest post courtesy of Mitch "DUTCH" Lenington. Have a story to tell?
The following is a guest post courtesy of Joshua Bridger and his experience with here. On March 21, 2016, I started my thru-hike with the
The following is a (superb) guest post courtesy of Pong. Get her full bio at the bottom of this post. Have a story to tell? maps and camping
Wild ponies. Craggy boulders. Sweeping views. Grassy balds fringed by an enchanted spruce-fir forest. Those who have hiked the A.T. in Southwest
There’s nothing quite like that moment on the way to a trailhead when you pass the sign proclaiming that you’ve crossed into a national park, forest