Just a couple miles past the Mason-Dixon line during his Appalachian Trail thru-hike, Daniel White, aka The Blackalachian, and a female hiking partner decided to camp at Pen Mar Park.
Just after dark, a group of white men riding motorcycles and driving trucks began shining their lights on their tents and howling like wolves. Soon, more showed up, some with large dogs.
White, an African American hiker who grew up not far from the AT in Asheville, … Continue reading Backpacking in America as a Person of Color: Hikers Share Their Experiences
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