Appalachian Trail

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Appalachian Trail

A hiking path of the eastern United States extending about 3,490 km (2,170 mi) from Mount Katahdin in central Maine to Springer Mountain in northern Georgia.

Appala′chian Trail′

a hiking trail through the Appalachian Mountains from central Maine to N Georgia. 2050 mi. (3300 km) long.
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The skills I learned that first year came in handy in the three summers to come when I would canoe the Delaware and finish earlier than expected, build my own campsite from the ground up, and hike the Appalachian Trail.
In many ways, this project represents a passing of the baton--from the Rodale Institute to a community along the Appalachian Trail that is already committed to agriculture, much of it organic.
Caleb Payne is a 54-year-old former firefighter from Kentucky who decided to spend the next several months hiking the Appalachian Trail to raise awareness for CRC.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy believes the current requirement that only Congress can approve these pipelines across national park units such as the A.
In more than a decade of hiking sections of the Appalachian Trail, and more recently chunks of the Long Trail in Vermont, I've been touched or heard about trail magic.
It will be a big ask for Appalachian Trail off top weight, although we are claiming off him with Patrick Donaghy, who has ridden for us a few times before.
QUICK ON THE DRAW: Olympic gold medallist Allan Wells with Hogmaneigh's owner Lucille Bone (left), Gordon Leckie, who owns Appalachian Trail, and trainer Linda Perratt
Nearby is the raft-friendly French Broad River and easy access to the Appalachian Trail, along with many other trails suitable for day hiking.
Katahdin marks the climactic finale to the 2,160-mile northward trek of the Appalachian Trail.
COMEBACK jockey Tom Eaves repaid the faith of boss Ian Semple by landing a photo-finish win on 15-2 chance Appalachian Trail in Newbury's seven-furlong opener.
Annie and Charlie McVee plan to hike two hundred miles of the Appalachian Trail as a tenth anniversary gift to themselves.
In Story Line, a place-based study of the literature of the Appalachian Trail, Ian Marshall laments the singularly textual approach, observing that "literary critics in general have neglected fieldwork.

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