This Week’s Top Instagram Photos from the #AppalachianTrail
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.
This week we take a look at photos snapped between 03/30/15 – 04/06/15.
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 over 450 miles down @clayyeaton arrives in Damascus, VA!
@katcunn joins the nearly 1,000 ’15ers that have hit the trail so far this year!
A photo posted by Katie Cunningham (@katcunn) on
I guess resupplying is a tad more complicated when using a film camera. Photo courtesy of @nicholasreichard.
@samgenlom‘s mind is hard at work organizing more then a few drop boxes. Photo courtesy of @corebob.
A photo posted by Corey Breitmeyer (@corebob) on
Truck beds: A standard accommodation for hiker trash looking to get into town. Photo courtesy of @bryanconley.
Day 4 on the Appalachian Trail Today was rainy, all day rainy. We tore down camp in the rain, hiked in the rain, and ate in the rain. And this is completely normal on the AT. However, while we were passing Woodey Gap, Hiker Shuttle Murice just happened to be passing and gave us a ride to Dahlonega where we got a hotel and full bellies. Tomorrow I need to mail a few things home then we are back on the trial. I thought you all might want to see what 5 people and packs in a truck bed look like. #hikertrash ALSO, I made that second account documenting all the places I will sleep along my Appalachian Trail hike. Mostly campsites, but also hotels, hostels, friends house and who knows where else. Feel free to follow this series I call “Home for Tonight” at @homefortonight . Take care everyone.
Essence of hiker trash distilled in a bathtub. Photograph courtesy of @todhoeckel.
A photo posted by Tod Hoeckel (@todhoeckel) on
Nature winding its way toward the sky. Photo courtesy of @dr199.
Another day, another mile for @sunitrises15.
A photo posted by Brendan Bucko (@sunitrises15) on
A morning view to be jealous of courtesy of @hikingtheat.
Campfire tales on the AT with @andrewcrepp and company.
A photo posted by Andrew Repp (@andrewcrepp) on
@jag_wyre scrambles around Humpback Rocks near the Blue Ridge Parkway.
@tvernali takes a stroll on Mount Washington, which is looking as frigid as ever.
A photo posted by Tom Vernali (@tvernali) on
@andrislelkes can see for miles over the Pochuck Valley and the rest of New Jersey.
The #view from Saturdays #hike. If you look closely at the #horizon you can see high point monument, the highest point in NJ. #Pinwheelvista #stairwaytoheaven #Appalachiantrail #pochucktrail #pochuckvalley #vernon #nj #overlook #view #clouds #sky #best_skyshots #woods #forest #trails #outdoors #outdoorsman #nature #naturegram #wilderness #explore #exploration #exploremore #adventure #hiking #hikenj #newjersey #stuffiseewhilehiking
Starting a fire: one of the many skills one can pick up by spending a little time in the woods. Photo courtesy of @callielynch.
A photo posted by Callie Lynch (@callielynch) on
Max Patch looking as picturesque as ever with a little help from @nicholasreichard.
Be sure to check back next week for more of that sweet, delicious #Appalachian Trail Instagram goodness!
And remember 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.
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