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Notes from the Appalachian Trail By Red Dane
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Appalachian Trail Journal of Red Dane - GA2ME06 - Black & White Photos
Notes from the Appalachian Trail By Red Dane
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Hiking the Appalachian Trail By Chris Miller
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Thinking about the Appalachian Trail? Sick and tired of the day by day, shelter by shelter accounts published by other former thru hikers? Hiking the Appalachian Trail is a powerful book that will... More > satisfy your longing. Just imagine that for the first hike of your life you decided to thru hike the Appalachian Trail. In 2011, Chris "Cleanshave" Miller did just that. With no hiking experience and being physically unprepared for the demands of the trail he still managed to keep hiking the 2,182 miles from Georgia to Maine. Despite physical injuries, financial setbacks and succumbing to Lyme Disease he managed not only to hike, but to fall in love with the trail and experience a profound personal transformation. Read Hiking the Appalachian Trail and put yourself on the trail.< Less
Notes from the Appalachian Trail By Red Dane
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Red Dane's Journal of Her Appalachian Thru-hike in 2006 - Georgia to Maine - GA2ME06 - Color Photos
Notes from the Appalachian Trail By Red Dane
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Hiking the Appalachian Trail 4 By Greg Caulfield
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A Beginners Guide to Hiking the Appalachian Trail By Carly Morgan
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The Appalachian Trail is 2,181 mile- (3,510 km) long trail that stretches from Georgia to Maine in the eastern United States. Although 2,000,000-to-3,000,000 people hike portions of the trail each... More > year, only 1,500-to-2,000 attempt to hike the entire length and 200-to-300 of those people succeed. Hiking it can be very challenging due to changing weather conditions and levels of remoteness. The following is a guide on how to hike the Appalachian Trail. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Appalachian Trail Amateur Radio Guide By Edward Breneiser
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This guide contains useful information for the ham radio operator and others hiking on the Appalachian Trail. It contains all the 2m,220mhz and 440mhz repeaters within twenty miles of the AT. The... More > guide also has many useful links. Here's what is in the guide.AT Repeaters,Summits on the Air - SOTA, AT Shelter GPS/SOTA, AT Shelter Water Sources, AT Hostels, AT Shuttle Services, AT Major Road Intersections, AT Parking GPS, AT US Post Offices, Appalachian Trail Towns, AT Broadcast Stations, AT NOAA Weather Stations, After Thoughts.< Less
Appalachian Trail Amateur Radio Guide By Edward Breneiser
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This guide contains a huge amount of information for any ham radio operator or regular hiker who hikes the AT. Most of the information is contained in tables. This guide lists all of the 2m, 220mhz... More > and 440mz repeaters within twenty miles of the AT. It also contains all the SOTA Summits within a mile of the AT and within a mile of all the AT shelters. In addition, the guide contains major AT road intersections and AT towns. There's even a list of all the known AT shuttle services on the entire AT. US Post Offices close to the AT are listed as well as AM and FM broadcast stations along the AT. I have also listed all the NOAA Weather Stations along the entire AT.< Less
Appalachian Preserve By William Malic
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A great country that spanned an entire continent has splintered. The United States of America was no more, but not forgotten, and a mere shell of a civilization that had once ruled the world had... More > taken its place. East of the Mississippi the land became known as The Federals. Surrounded by this weak secularized society the mountain people of the Appalachians remained faithful and though outcasts they continue to be free. Caleb is a young man, born in the mountains coming of age who sets off to find a wife. In the process he finds himself two women to love and is thrust into a war. Divine intervention or simply circumstances the young man finds himself in a role he never dreamed of. Through one adventure after another he travels the Appalachian Trail in search of his destiny.< Less