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    Default Appalachain Trail on a subway map

    Here's a fun graphic by Stonebrown Design making the blog rounds.

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    The trouble I have with campfires are the folks that carry a bottle in one hand and a Bible in the other.
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    Where are the free transfers?

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    LEGEN...wait for it...DARY!

    Seriously though, that's awesome.
    "This sucks and I love it"

    The ground's under my boots and not over my head, so it's a good day.

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    Do they have a coach car with double decker sky seating,I'd take that trip.My pop took a train up through the pacific Oregon Washington or somethin'.
    I hike for hikin'

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    That's pretty cool! Thanks for sharing

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    I love it. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingedMonkey View Post
    Here's a fun graphic by Stonebrown Design making the blog rounds.

    Mind the Gap!

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    All Aboard!

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    yeah. that is neat. but as a city guy i gotta wonder...what's the utility of the large white (obviously made to look like transfer station) stops? i get that these are reserved for the more established trail towns and termini.

    if they were saved for places where there were nearby or relevant long trail intersections that might be a bit more interesting. off the top of my head...

    franklin for the bmt or the bartram
    erwin for the river
    damascus for the creeper and the iron mtn.
    pearisburg for the allegheny
    harper's ferry for the c/o and the adt
    duncannon for the cross-country bike
    dwg for the river
    bear mtn for the river or the long path
    rutland for the long trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Thunder View Post
    yeah. that is neat. but as a city guy i gotta wonder...what's the utility of the large white (obviously made to look like transfer station) stops? i get that these are reserved for the more established trail towns and termini.

    if they were saved for places where there were nearby or relevant long trail intersections that might be a bit more interesting. off the top of my head...

    franklin for the bmt or the bartram
    erwin for the river
    damascus for the creeper and the iron mtn.
    pearisburg for the allegheny
    harper's ferry for the c/o and the adt
    duncannon for the cross-country bike
    dwg for the river
    bear mtn for the river or the long path
    rutland for the long trail

    Well you partially answered Kie0h's question (which he is an expert on and could have answered his own question).

    Quote Originally Posted by ki0eh View Post
    Where are the free transfers?
    But you did seem to miss the map key which shows white stops means "within 1 mile of trail" and black means "off trail"
    The trouble I have with campfires are the folks that carry a bottle in one hand and a Bible in the other.
    You never know which one is talking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingedMonkey View Post
    Well you partially answered Kie0h's question (which he is an expert on and could have answered his own question).



    But you did seem to miss the map key which shows white stops means "within 1 mile of trail" and black means "off trail"
    Me thinks it's art,and if yeah gotta ask........It's done it's job!
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    Don't touch the 3rd rail!
    A fair hiker, but a little unbalanced.

    Springer to Fontana Dam
    Atkins, VA to James River
    Manassas Gap, VA to Port Clinton, PA
    N Adams, MA to Wallingford, VT
    Franconia Notch to Crawford Notch

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    Thats awesome! Thanks for the share!
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