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One of my goals in life is to hike at least part of the Appalachian Trail. I was thrilled to find this book in my local library and I checked it out. I didn't read every section of this book - I preferred to read the introduction and then focus on certain sections of the book. It was helpful to me, and I found it inspiring to see that there are ways to hike part of the trail - but not all. Perhaps I'll be there one day! Jan 29, Allison rated it really liked it Shelves: hiking , instruction. I started reading this last summer when I was starting to get a feel for backpacking and wanted a few short trips to get a feel for my gear.
9 day hikes along the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania
The descriptions are very detailed. I've mostly focused on the New England portion of the book so far.
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I started reading it again to get some ideas for Spring. Oct 23, Ashley rated it liked it Shelves: resource. This book gave me some great ideas for short backpacking trips. The descriptions of the trails are detailed, but I wish there were maps! Also, the author's idea of how many miles can be done in a day is a little different from my current ability level. I just have to take that into account when choosing my route. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Victoria Steele Logue. There you can see a stream leading to the bubbling waters that give Boiling Springs its name.
Then head back to the ATC office. Walk back along Children's Lake and return to your car. Option 2: If you are more ambitious, start at the Iron Furnace and continue south across the creek. Follow the Appalachian Trail as it goes left across the beautiful historic stone bridge and zig zags through farm fields for more than a mile.
The big holes in the ground are where they dug out iron ore for the foundry a couple of centuries ago. After a one-mile gradual climb you'll reach the peak, known as Center Point Knob. When the A. Option 1: After visiting the A. Museum , follow the white blazes south, past Pine Grove General Store. The large building on your right is the newly restored Ironmaster's Mansion. Continue south on the AT for a mile or two until you see the prominent marker showing the actual midway point of the A.
The actual spot changes a bit each year, due to trail relocations. Retrace your route back to the car. Option 2: Get a map from the Park Office. Then, travel north on the A. Follow the white blazes pass the beaches at Fuller Lake and head down a dirt road into the woods.
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After a short time, the A. In less than a mile after you start climbing, you'll see a sign directing you left off the trail onto the rock outcropping on Pole Steeple. Rather than going back on the A. This is a much steeper trip down, so be careful. Take the A. If you take the Pole Steeple Trail, you'll come to a dirt road at the bottom. Go left and in less than a mile you'll connect up to the A.
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