Jeremy G is a military veteran and enthusiastic hiker. Starting in Hawaii, Jeremy began the Barefoot Hikers, a social group aimed at trail restoration, history and conservation while building friendships. With some 300 hike events over nine years, the group reached 17,000 Barefoot Hikers without injury or fatalities (very rare in Hawaii). In 2016, Jeremy transitioned into the civilian world with hopes of continuing his hobby as more of a lifestyle. He set out to cover two of the National Scenic Trails, AT and the FNST. Follow along with the OG Hawaii 'Barefoot Hiker' as he attempts the AT!
Katahdin Was Never The End There was a cloud pushing across the tabletop of the summit, but I did end up seeing the spectacular and sprawling
A New Kind of Beautiful Trail Feed Me! Leftovers holds an unpleasant, almost peasant, vernacular, but the food is cooked, prepared and
NOBOs and Tough Times Making (S)miles Northbound bubbles have been springing up everywhere as town hubs and shelters are continuing
Barefoot on the left. After snooping a bit, I was able to find baby photos I had not seen in decades. My family as a whole became as much
On to Massachusetts!
Pictured: Abscess on a thru-hiker's knee.He continued hiking.The Strongest Think They Are StrongThru-hiking wasn't something I felt
I've exited the hardest section of the "first state" of the Appalachian Trail. As I continue through New Jersey, I felt the need to
Ever wonder why there's so many redheaded people hiking the lengths of the Appalachian Trail? Top Day Walker researcher might have an answer.
Bags and I have reunited after weeks apart as the Trail family continues many miles ahead. We met up with an awesome trail angel Gina and had a great time exploring Southern PA.
Barefoot is still here. And still moving. I've regrouped with part of my tramily as "Bags" has managed to catch up to me. He'd been away at a