Although commonly mistaken for the word “at,”
the letters “A” and “T” also stand for the Appalachian Trail or the Appalachian National Scenic Trail.
Example: “Imagine all of the AT-AT’s hiking the AT at once.”
Fun Fact: The AT was the first national scenic trail, completed in 1937. As of 2014, it runs 2,185.3 miles.
Keep reading: this blog, WhiteBlaze.net, and The Appalachian Trail Conservancy website
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