I'm an 2018 Appalachian Trail Thru-Hiker starting March 29th-ish. Mechanical Engineering major graduated from UNH in December 2017, I'm an eagle scout and have a dog named Bella who will be hiking by my side. I am an avid rugby player but also sing in an a cappella group, over all just a giant teddy bear with a little teddy bear by my side.
The Daily Day 11: 14.3-mile day to Fontana Dam. Day 12: 25.2-mile day to Derrick Knob Shelter. Day 13: 17.9-mile day to Newfound Gap. Day
The Daily Day four: 21.2 mile day to Unicoi Gap. Day five: 17.9 mile day to Dicks Creek Gap @ mile 69.0. Day six: zero day in
Right from the start of the approach trail there's a massive set of stairs up Amicalola Falls, just to test if you're really willing to commit to
What kind of commitment is thru-hiking? How hikers plan ahead to ease the transition from living among everyday life to living in the so-called green
Having just graduated in December of 2017 from the University of New Hampshire, I came into an interesting time in my life. Not only was it my first