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Sign outside Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Sign outside Appalachian Trail Conservancy

East Coast US - Appalachian Trail Thru-hike - "The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest continuously marked footpath in the world, measuring roughly 2,180 miles in length. The Trail goes through fourteen states along the crests and valleys of the Appalachian mountain range from the southern terminus at Springer Mountain, Georgia, to the Trail’s northern terminus at Katahdin, Maine."

Hike some or all the The Appalachian Trail. The Trail goes through fourteen east coast states from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Katahdin, Maine.

Appalachian Trail Map - site full of information about the trail, from volunteer info to leaving no trace guidelines. Definitely a bucket list item!

Hiking the entire Appalachian Trail can be a wonderful, life-changing adventure. Here are a few suggestions how to save money while planning your journey.

One of what is known as the triple crown of long distance hiking (the Continental Divide Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail being the others), the 2181 mile Appalachian Trail is something that I would like very much to hike in my lifetime.  #hiking #AppalachianTrail

One of what is known as the triple crown of long distance hiking (the Continental Divide Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail being the others), the 2181 mile Appalachian Trail is something that I would like very much to hike in my lifetime.

ATC website sections on: Food & Water Clothing & Gear Health & Safety Camping & Shelters Regulations & Permits Trail Markings

Regulation and Permits rules and laws on the appalachian trail

Appalachian Trail: When to Hike

Options for Hiking the Appalachian Trail to avoid crowds and inclement weather. Including "leapfrog" and "flip-flop" hikes.

Hiking with dogs on the Appalachian Trail; see link to AT Conservancy dog information.

Hiking with dogs on the Appalachian Trail; see link to AT Conservancy dog information. Also includes the three areas where they are NOT allowed on the trail.

The Appalachian Trail Conservancy - Thru-Hiking

The Appalachian Trail Conservancy - Explore the Trail 14 State Challenge

Last stop on the Appalachian Trail: Maine's Mt. Katahdin.

start/end of the Appalachian trail depending if you are a southbounder or a northbounder. Visited there with our Maine cousins.

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