Man … or Kid’s best friend. From the #PineMountainTrail last weekend.

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#Hiking the #PineMountainTrail last weekend near Columbus, GA.

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Made it to #AmicalolaStatePark over the weekend. Started my #AppalachianTrail thru-hike 25 years ago on Sunday. Everything is bigger and thicker now than in ’94 – both the plants and me.

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Boardwalk or Floodwalk? Evening hike on the ‘Hooch at flood stage – and it’s nice to see the sun again.

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The arctic blast that hit the South this week has me thinking about this recent and extremely hot #campfire we had on the #BartramTrail. Think I’ll head upstairs and load up the fireplace!

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Money $hot tells us about his #backpacking adventures on The #Hayduke Trail in the desert Southwest. Episode 61 is here https://ift.tt/2TqrwdM

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Episode 61: The Hayduke

In Episode 61, Alex "Money $hot" Maier returns to the show to talk with us about his recent film and adventure on the 812 mile Hayduke Trail which starts in Arches National Park and finishes in Zion National Park - traversing the slot canyons, desert washes, and mountain ranges that make the deserts lands of Southern Utah and North Arizona some of the most scenic landscapes in North America. In the podcast, Alex tells us about the remote wilderness and true solitude that awaits you on the … [Read more...]

Lot’s of rain forecast for the Southeast the next seven days. Glad we got our annual Klondike hike in last weekend. Cold but sunny and clear last Saturday for our #backpacking trip on the #BartramTrail in North Carolina.

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The Best Packs For Backpacking

We spend a lot of time recommending to each other the best hikes to head out on. When we do it, we give a lot of advice about things to see and do on the walk. We talk about the difficulty of the terrain, and the scenery to look out for on the way. We point out all the landmarks that will help us stay on track, and all the great places to eat or drink when we’re stopping for refreshments. We might even impart a little wisdom on the best gear to take along for the journey; what kind of clothing … [Read more...]

The Bartram Trail in North Carolina

Our winter campsite from the Bartram Trail in North Carolina. Had an incredible sunset this evening. … [Read more...]