The idea of spending several months in the woods on a long distance hike can be a daunting task, physically, mentally, and financially. It’s not uncommon that hikers must leave the trail because they ran out of funds. Don’t let that be you! With some simple planning and preparation ahead of time, you can afford this, and even sustain yourself after your hike. [Read more…] about How to save money for a thru hike
Hiking The Appalachian Trail
While planning any long distance hike or backpacking trip takes a good chunk of time to research, plan and prepare for, it can be hard to even know where to begin! Here are 5 things you can take on action today to help get you a little closer to actually starting your thru hike or long ass section hike. [Read more…] about 5 Ways to Kickstart Your First Long Distance Hike
What does it mean to Hike Your Own Hike?
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4 Items I wish I had started with on my long distance hike
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If you’d rather read than watch above, then continue on, friend! [Read more…] about Gear I wish I had with me on the Appalachian Trail
What does it mean to carry your fears?
As a hiker, you might hear people talk about carrying your fears – what’s this? [Read more…] about 6 Things I thought I needed on the trail, but didn’t!
So, just how safe (or dangerous) is it to try to hike the Appalachian Trail alone?
If you don’t like to watch/listen – then read on! [Read more…] about Hiking the Appalachian Trail Alone