23rd August 2011
Photo reblogged from The Picture Alive. with 6 notes
Feeling scenic on the Appalachian Trail. The Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
28th July 2011
Link with 34 notes
“There are approximately 250 shelters strategically spaced along the Appalachian Trail. The typical shelter is called a “lean-to”, having three walls with one open side. They have a metal or shingled roof and a wood floor. All are marked on maps and trail guides, with most located near creeks or springs and some having a privy nearby.”
27th July 2011
Photo with 10 notes
A footpath for those who seek fellowship with the wilderness.
7th July 2011
Link with 5 notes
site includes information on guidebooks for the AT, information about shelters and water on the trail, and information on resupplying from mail drops, etc.