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One problem with doing all 2100 miles of the A.T. via day trips and section hikes is that it is easy to miss a few miles here and there. If the trail consists of points A-B-C-D, and hiking is easy to arrange between points A & B and between points C & D, then it is almost inevitable that the miles between point B & C will be forgotten. That is what I found for the 21.5 miles between the Warwick Turnpike near Wawayanda State Park and Highway 17 near Southfields. The latter was where I
Preaty excited! only 3 weeks now till Kataden. Got all my gear. finishing up home activities. defenetly excited!
Im up and out May 18th , WV,MD,PA to Maine/ .
Starting anywhere between Harpersferry and Mount Holly Springs. ( south mountain area)
Have yet to decide on my drop off location... otherwise Im squared away, beisde the fact my guidebook is a outdated.
(gave away last years ATC guide book to a German thru hiker I met who had somehow lost his..)
I think im just going to go hard, stay away from the money pit hostles, to many bad experiances.
Originally Posted by Rock Lobster
I hiked SOBO, my best friend hiked NOBO. Both of us, for at least part of the hike, walked with the other and went the "wrong way." Our combined experience:
NOBO: Many more people, much more social. Many trail services are geared toward NOBOs, you'll see more trail magic, and you'll hit all the trail festivals if you want to. You start easier (many will say Georgia is hard; it isn't, relatively speaking). You hike with slightly warmer weather (assuming you don't start early,
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