appalachian trail


The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, generally known as the Appalachian Trail or simply The A.T., is a marke hiking trail in the eastern United States, extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine. It is approximately 2175 milesa[›] (3,500 km) long. The path is maintained by thirty trail clubs and multiple partnerships. The majority of the trail is in wilderness, and thus encounters a wide array of wildlife, topography and plantlife. Some portions do traverse towns and roads, and even cross rivers.

Trivia about appalachian trail

  • This summer I might try to hike this scenic trail that runs about 2,100 miles from Maine to Georgia
  • You'd have to walk over 2,000 miles to go end to end on this east coast national scenic trail
  • Completed in 1937, this 2,000-mile hiking trail passes through 14 states
  • In 1923 the first path designated part of this trail opened in New York's Bear Mountain State Park
  • Wear sensible shoes if you attempt walking the entire 2,100 miles of this trail that runs from Georgia to Maine
  • This National Scenic Trail passes through 14 states, including Maine & Georgia
  • A hiking route that goes from Maine to Georgia