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Appalachian Trail Cell Phone Guide

Fitness / Hiking : Section Hiker

Cell phones have become a ubiquitous sight in the Appalachian Trail and for good reason. Cell phone service is pretty good along most of the trail, provided your phone is on the Verizon Network or serviced by a discount network like...

Signs on the Appalachian Trail: Everything You Need to Know

Fitness / Hiking : Appalachian Trials

Sign Here As you travel along the Appalachian Trail, you will encounter a wide variety of trail signs. Some are very formal, “national park-like” wood panels with carved recessed letters–others considerably less so, some as informal...

Backpacking Goose Eye Mountain and the Wright Trail

Fitness / Hiking : Section Hiker

Goose Eye Mountain is located about five miles south of famed Mahoosuc Notch, the hardest mile on the Appalachian Trail. The only way to get there is to hike along the Appalachian Trail or one of the blue-blazed side trails that pro...

1st-known US mountain hut gets makeover along Appalachian Trail in New Hampshire

Health : The Checkup

CONCORD, N.H. — At 21, self-described couch potato Gary Gibson took his first hike in 1971 in the White Mountains with his college buddy, Jack. They stayed in the Madison Spring Hut along the Appalachian Trail, the first-known and l...

Debra Ollivier: What He Found On A 2,100-Mile Hike Along The Appalachian Trail

Lifestyle / Green Living : Huffington Post: Green Blog

After his wife of 36 years died of breast cancer, Paul Stuzman, 57, spent 138 days hiking 2,176 miles along the Appalachian trail. He tells the story in Hiking Through: One Man's Journey to Peace and Freedom on the Appalachian Trail...


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