Hey, my name is Mackenzie but I will be going by Wilt on the trail. I am attempting (and God-willing completing) my NOBO AT thru-hike in 2018. I am thru-hiking the AT because I am thankful to be alive. My mantra for the trail is: accept the unexpected.
I summited Mount Katahdin a week ago and something I am frequently asked is, "What was your favorite part?" I can easily say it was the people I met.
If you check out my Instagram you will see smiles, laughs, and beautiful scenery. All of which is true. I am loving the adventure that the
Vermont has been a trip. Yep, you read that right. Vermont. Sometimes I can’t even comprehend how far I’ve walked. At this point I have less than 500
I have had a very busy past week on trail. After reaching Harpers Ferry I took a couple days off trail to spend time with friends and family in
As I hiked into Harpers Ferry yesterday I tried to make sense of all the emotions flooding my brain. So, as I sit in a cozy bed at my friend Peter’s
Contrary to popular belief I do not see towns as a trap; they are a major part of this experience. Sometimes I even think they are my favorite part
A lot of people would describe me as an extreme person. I don’t mean that I regularly participate in extreme activities but I have an extreme
Throughout my past blogs I have remained extremely optimistic and positive, which is representative of my attitude 99 percent of the time, but just
I would have gone crazy if I was on Noah's ark, because I was a wreck from five days of rain, let alone 40 days and 40 nights of rain. During this
Well, I did it. I made it to my one-month trail-iversary. Before embarking on this journey, I told myself that I would hike for a month no matter