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Appalachian Trial HOGBACKRIDGE SHLTER

Appalachian Trial HOGBACKRIDGE SHLTER

Appalachian Trail Section -Davenport Gap To Hot Springs NC

Appalachian Trail Section -Davenport Gap To Hot Springs NC

Horace Kephart was born in Pennsylvania in 1862 and  found his way to Hazel Creek in western North Carolina (later to become part of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Kephart campaigned for and is considered  one of the fathers of the national park. He helped plot the route of the Appalachian Trail through the Smokies.  Mount Kephart was named in his honor two months before his death in an auto accident in 1931.

Horace Kephart was born in Pennsylvania in 1862 and found his way to Hazel Creek in western North Carolina (later to become part of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Kephart campaigned for and is considered one of the fathers of the national park. He helped plot the route of the Appalachian Trail through the Smokies. Mount Kephart was named in his honor two months before his death in an auto accident in 1931.

Blood Mountain Summit 28.3 miles North or the Summit of Springer mountain on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia

Blood Mountain Summit 28.3 miles North or the Summit of Springer mountain on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia

Appalachian Trail CHEOAH BALD NC

Appalachian Trail CHEOAH BALD NC

APPALACHIAN TRAIL KNOB MILE 151 9

APPALACHIAN TRAIL KNOB MILE 151 9

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