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You love to backpack, but you can only get out on the trail a few weekends a year. This book was written for you. It is the first guide to cover the length of the Appalachian Trail in a single volume. It doesn't describe every mile of the trail, but offers detailed descriptions of the suggested hikes. Why sort through guidebooks looking for a good hike, when the best of the Appalachian Trail is all here in one book. Includes overnight hikes in all fourteen states the Appalachian Trail passes through.
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The Best of the Appalachian Trail Overnight Hikes is the most comprehensive and useful guide to the very best Appalachian Trail overnight hikes.
Trailhead maps and driving directions put you on the trail.
Trail profiles preview each trail's unique flora, fauna, and history.
Hike difficulty ratings help you choose the right hike.
Trail routing changes keep you on track.
So what are the best overnight hikes on the Appalachian National Scenic Trail? Our team of experts carefully considered that question, hit the trail, and discovered the answer with boots and sweat.
Maine's Moxie Bald
Vermont's Killington Peak
Pennsylvania's Blue Mountain
Virginia's Southern Shenandoah
North Carolina's Mount Cammerer Loop
Georgia's Tray Mountain Wilderness
From Maine to Georgia, the 2,100-mile Appalachian Trail is an icon and a destination. According to the Appalachian Trail Conference, 3 to 4 million hikers spend time each year exploring sections of the A.T. Whether you're an experienced backpacker or a casual weekend hiker, let The Best of the Appalachian Trail Overnight Hikes guide you along the way.
Frank and Victoria Logue hiked the entire Appalachian Trail in 1988. They have returned again and again to hike its many sections on day and overnight hikes. Frank served on the Appalachian Trail Conference Board of Managers. The Logues live in Georgia where Frank works as an Episcopal priest while Victoria writes. They both enjoy sharing their love of nature with their daughter, Griffin.
When he isn't writing about his experiences or delivering multi-media presentations to hiking or wildflower clubs, Leonard Adkins is hiking. In fact this Fincastle, Virginia resident has explored over 16,000 miles of wilderness throughout North America, Europe, and the Caribbean. He is a board member for the Roanoke Appalachian Trail Club, which helps maintain a section of the trail in that area. As an Appalachian Trail Natural Heritage Monitor, he helps the Appalachian Trail Conference and the National Park Service oversee the welfare of wild and endangered plants.
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