The Best Instagram Photos from the #AppalachianTrail This Week

We continue to peruse all of the wonderful pictures from Instagram with the hashtag #AppalachianTrail and #AppalachianTrials and select a few of the best each week.

If you would like your picture to be included, be sure to use the hashtag #AppalachianTrail and/or #AppalachianTrials (we give preference to this one).  And follow Appalachian Trials on Instagram for even more AT love.

Here is this week’s best pictures from the #AppalachianTrail (with the winner of the week at the bottom):

@sherylmarlee enjoying the view from McAfee Knob

@tkpxalex with this nifty video from Katahdin’s Knife Edge.

@sasquatchstalkr, with a champagne-worthy celebration.


2,185 miles. Lifelong friendships, and cherished memories. This trail provided me with the biggest ups and downs of my life. Hike only friends. Pop bottles.

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Same for @ethan_at_chip.



Oh yeahhhhhh! 6 months and 1 day later #AppalachianTrail #AppalachianTrials View on Instagram

@janette_kloss enjoying the view of this morning mist over the Delaware River.

@oneilr1 and co canoeing over the Kennebec (say that 5 times fast)…

and with this gorgeous shot over Bigelow Mtn.

@_brettevans is also getting his canoe on, this from the 100-Mile Wilderness.

And speaking of the 100-Mile Wilderness, @r_elia_ble gives us this.

@b_45s doing some bouldering in Lehigh Gap.

Nice ink, @zach_barger.

@thewildoutsiders, that looks cold.

@sasquatchstalkr, with friend in tow.

 @trinzushi with this week’s winner.

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