Top Instagram Pictures from The #AppalachianTrail Week 8

I continue to look at and review all of the pictures from Instagram under the hashtag #AppalachianTrail and selecting a few of the best each week. As many are pushing further north many hikers are settling into a routine and reflecting back on how awesome it is to be in nature each and every day.

If you would like your picture to be included, be sure to use the hash tag #AppalachianTrail (and tag me and Appalachian Trials for extra bonus points).

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

@dependablepete Enjoying a meal in  his tent away from the rain.

@oldjamesy conquered Clingmans Dome in the worst possible conditions (rain, wind, and tornados).

Highest point on the AT, hurricane force winds, tornado warning, pouring rain, soaked, happy

A photo posted by James (@oldjamesy) on

@sasquatchstalkr on the other hand had great weather at Clingmans Dome.

Clingmans Dome consider yourself conquered. #appalachiantrail #at2014

A photo posted by Arthur Santore-Tovar (@sasquatchstalkr) on

@peakedcuriosity doing some yoga on the trail (plug for Madison’s post on doing Yoga while backpacking)

@amynoellelong has an appetizing lunch on the trail.

Lunch time! #atthruhike2014 #appalachiantrail #cheeseandcrackers #pepperoni #lunchtime #hikerfood

A photo posted by Amy Long (@amynoellelong) on

@keri__keller is soaking up the sun with Cormac at Max Patch (winner)

Day 22: Max Patch with Cormac. Reunited and it feels so good. #atthruhike2014 #appalachiantrail

A photo posted by Keri Keller (@keri__keller) on

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