Backpacker Radio | Q&A #1: Pros & Cons of Sharing Hikes on Social Media, How to Integrate into the Hiking World, Timberline Trail vs. Tahoe Rim Trail

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This one covers Chaunce and Badger’s thoughts on cooking in your tent vestibule, the pros and cons of sharing your thru-hike on social media, comparing the Timberline Trail vs. the Tahoe Rim Trail, whether the ATC should recognize 2020 Appalachian Trail thru-hikes, integrating into the hiking world, and more.

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