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“To the Man on Trail”

“To the Man on Trail”

The much awaited conclusion to the San Luis Loop saga! Burritos! Ended up finishing War and Peace last night, then had a hard time falling asleep (probably due to my...

Oct 25, 2020 : PseudoSloth
The Most Beautiful Place in the World

The Most Beautiful Place in the World

AKA The One Where They Hike in the Juans... Another Resupply Woke up in the middle of the night, so looked at the stars. The Milky Way was phenomenal! Did...

Oct 24, 2020 : PseudoSloth
The SNT: Kingussie to Fort Augustus

The SNT: Kingussie to Fort Augustus

In Which There is a Lot of Bog Before I even did the West Highland Way back in 2018 I was researching the foreign landscape oddity known as bog, which...

Oct 20, 2020 : Rosanna Brost
5 Things I Learned Thru-Hiking as a Solo Female

5 Things I Learned Thru-Hiking as a Solo Female

Nowadays, traveling alone as a girl seems to be frowned upon. It’s seen as dangerous and unsafe. We’re told not to go out alone, especially in the wilderness. But why...

Oct 18, 2020 : Kaylin
Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

I don't care what anyone else says, I LOVE the Cochetopas! Familiar Territory Woke up to rain last night or this morning, so hard to get motivated when the alarm...

Oct 15, 2020 : PseudoSloth
How my AT NOGO Hike Made Me Into a Runner

How my AT NOGO Hike Made Me Into a Runner

March 11, the day sports were suspended in 2020, was the day I flew out to hike the Appalachian Trail. By March 20 I was on my way home to...

Oct 15, 2020 : Anna Kulinski
A Conversation with Rue McKenrick on White Privilege

A Conversation with Rue McKenrick on White Privilege

Rue McKenrick is unlike any distance backpacker I’ve ever met. As the creator of the American Perimeter Trail (APT), he’s been forging his way around the perimeter of the U.S....

Oct 7, 2020 : Crystal Gail Welcome
The SNT: Aberfeldy to Kingussie

The SNT: Aberfeldy to Kingussie

At Last; the Epic Cairngorms! Cairngorms National Park is the largest national park in the United Kingdom at 4,528 square kilometres (1,748 square miles) and it is home to five...

Oct 2, 2020 : Rosanna Brost
A Sad, Soggy End: Leaving the Long Trail

A Sad, Soggy End: Leaving the Long Trail

After hiking in rainy, blustering conditions for three days and leaving my hiking buddy Bartman behind, I decided to shlep into town at Lincoln Gap on Wednesday afternoon. Coming down...

Oct 1, 2020 : Jamie Nash
Slogging into the North: Long Trail Update

Slogging into the North: Long Trail Update

As we hike closer to Maine Junction (and closer to the rugged northern portion of the trail), both Bartman and I started to get a bit nervous for what’s to...

Sep 30, 2020 : Jamie Nash