Hey I’m Jenna, MA native and hiking northbound- heading home starting in April 2018. Mt. Washington NH was my first ever hike- and foreshadowed my fondness of the outdoors since I was 12. Since then I’ve discovered a yearning of working outdoors along with living off what I’ve got on my back. Once I got over halfway through hiking the New Hampshire 4000 footers in one summer I decided I may as well walk 2200 miles across mountains while I’m attaining my bucket list goals. Excited to do some yoga, read as many books as I can handle, and consume even more pizza than that. Follow my trek through my blog here & on instagram @jennnerrr !
The Times I Almost Quit but Didn’t
The beginning was easy. It’s new, it’s exciting, it’s a novelty. There are times you have to work out different ways to use gear and how to hike, yet
Lows and Highs: Heat Rash and Gas Station Wine
Sad Beans is no longer with us. He’s alive, but off the trail. After getting used to hiking with certain people you expect to see their smiling faces
Mountains, Messy Hair, and Early Bedtime
Our adventure started on a high note-pizza in Atlanta the night before starting the hike. As of April 3, hopes were high and morale was even higher.
The Eight Stages of Planning a Thru-Hike
“Hey, wanna hike the AT?” was a question I had a very quick answer for. It was right around seven months ago that a friend from high school asked me
“Because It’s There”: My Personal Everest
Every person I come into contact with who hears that I plan on hiking the full Appalachian Trail asks me why I do it. To quote mountaineer George