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My AT section hike began in 1975 with an impulsive and poorly planned climb up Katahdin on the Hunt Trail with my two younger brothers and my
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Over the next few weeks, you might find posters and stands in grocery stores inviting you to Go Where the Trail Leads You. The signs are part of a
The following is a guest post by Brian "Slurpee" Garner. I believe that the best way to share the story of a thru-hike is with poop. There’s lots
The Anticipation After more than two years of looking forward to hiking the Pacific Crest Trail in its entirety, I started off "gung-ho" at Harts
This is a guest post by Jessica Chenard. Her Hike: A Memoir launches on August 4th, 2022 and is available for pre-order now. Richard's spiral
Thru-hiking requires a certain type of perseverance especially as a Sobo PCT hiker. What genre of perseverance does Climate Change issues require?
This is a guest post by Eddie "Leaky Boots" Lough. “Leaky Boots, you have to understand that in India, there is no such thing as knives,
This is a guest post by Amber and Joshua Niven. Amber and Joshua are the authors of Discovering the Appalachian Trail, A Guide to the Trail's
The following guest post was written by Terry "Finder" Rice. "The trail will teach you what you need to know." That simple truth was shared