The Trek Bloggers
The following awesome people are the official bloggers of the The Trek. In other words, they’re the renegade trail-folk who will be blogging their thru-hikes right here on theTrek.co. Their job is to be adventurous and share their experiences in vivid detail. Our job is to live vicariously and envy their existence.
Want to be a Trek Blogger? You can: apply here.
Want to write for this site, but aren’t thru-hiking? We’re always looking for more backpackers with a passion for writing. Find out more about the The Trek Writers.
From Yorkshire in the UK. I like to spend my time outdoors hiking, cycle touring and running. I work on an organic farm growing veg and recently got into foraging. I am a qualified sports massage therapist, a useful skill on trail!
Three things about me: I love all things outdoors and trails. I live in close proximity to the AT. If I were an animal, I'd be a honey badger.
Hey, I'm Margaret and I'm 23 years old, and I'm sick of punching someone else's clock. I've decided to quit my job and pursue dreams of hiking the country, and maybe eventually living and working from a car so I can spend more time with my dog. I'm a little bit impulsive, I'm very determined, and I want to get the most out of life. I'm an avid reader, gamer, and eater. Mostly, I just want to live a life worth telling stories about; where I don't dread going to work, make the world a little bit better than I found it, and hopefully inspire some others to follow their dreams too.
Writer, reader, blogger, hiker, explorer, movie critic, poet... Attempting to thru-hike the Pacific Crest Trail in 2020.
Four fun facts about me: When I was in 3rd grade, I had 2 pet cockroaches. My favorite color is seafoam at sunset. My favorite smell is freshly brewed coffee. I've been exclusively eating plants for the last 5 years and plan to keep being my herbivorous self on my NOBO thruhike of the Pacific Crest Trail this year! My passion for the outdoors has carried me on adventures across the globe and has most recently carried me to the great Pacific Northwest, where I now live. I'll be returning to my home state of California to begin my thruhike hike in May!