Hannah Storrs

Hey there! Thanks for checking out my blog and articles! I loved to write out on the trail with my partner and now during my post-hike depression I can be all nostalgic with writing about the trail! I first discovered long distance hiking on my 2015 thru-hike of the South West Coast Path. This instilled such a passion for this activity and the community surrounding it. I worked and saved up until my partner and I could start the Appalachian Trail in 2017. We finished after 165 days and a lifetime of memories. We hiked the trail r for CHaD Kids - an amazing children's hospital located right along the trail that I fully encourage everyone to support. I am now back in Montreal working as a freelance writer and dreaming of getting back on a trail as soon as I can.

Posts

Perfect Fit : A Look at Design and Marketing of Women’s Packs

Perfect Fit : A Look at Design and Marketing of Women’s Packs

Women have always been going in the woods to hike and explore. Some of the most inspiring hikers have been women, especially in times when it was not

Sep 22, 2017 : Hannah Storrs
The Aftermath

The Aftermath

So, we did it. In 5 and a half months we walked the 2190.3 miles of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. I can’t even begin to describe how we

Aug 17, 2017 : Hannah Storrs
A Look Back at the Last 1500 Miles

A Look Back at the Last 1500 Miles

So it has been awhile since we have last found the time to write and ever since we left Virginia the trail has started to absolutely fly by. Every

Jun 9, 2017 : Hannah Storrs
Change of Scenery

Change of Scenery

Nothing Gold Can Stay Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf

Apr 28, 2017 : Hannah Storrs
A Day In the Life of Lilo & Stich

A Day In the Life of Lilo & Stich

This week marks our 6th week of hiking the Appalachian Trail. We've made it over a quarter of the way so far (~547 miles) and are happily plodding

Apr 12, 2017 : Hannah Storrs
Trail Tales

Trail Tales

While in Hot Springs on a day off from hiking, we stayed at the historic House of Jane Gentry, now called the Sunnybank Inn. It couldn't have been

Mar 28, 2017 : Hannah Storrs