• Appalachian Trail Updates

  • 2,000 Miler Listing



    Have you thru hiked or completed a section hike of the Appalachian Trail? If you have, please add yourself to our 2,000 miler listing/database.

  • Donating member status

    Donation area
    To make a yearly donation please click the button below.

    If you are seeing this message, you are not a donating member or your yearly donation has expired.
    To remove this message and all Google ads, we encourage you to become a donating member.
  • Recent Threads

    Heliotrope

    Neo Air Xlite: Opinions

    Thread Starter: Heliotrope

    Just purchased a neo air Xlite small. I have always used a foam pad torso length. But I am really not that comfortable on the foam pads. Hence the inflatable

    Last Post By: misprof Today, 05:54 Go to last post
    HikerMom78

    Planning

    Thread Starter: HikerMom78

    Hi everyone! I am planning my first official thru hike! I've been wanting to thru hike the A.T., but it's unrealistic because I have 3 young children.

    Last Post By: HeartFire Today, 04:58 Go to last post
    g00gle

    Waist Belts on Packs - Necessary or Extra Weight?

    Thread Starter: g00gle

    So, I'm looking at a DIY pack ( http://www.rayjardine.com/ray-way/Ba...-Kit/index.htm ) and the standard model of kit comes with no waist belt. Further,

    Last Post By: pauly_j Today, 04:24 Go to last post
    g00gle

    Ticks & Tweezers

    Thread Starter: g00gle

    While trying to minimize my loadout for a NoBo-Thru I was looking at the many uses of my little Swiss buddy that I carry everyday (and which I intend

    Last Post By: pauly_j Today, 04:16 Go to last post
    Cadenza

    Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy

    Thread Starter: Cadenza





    Last week I took a big, heavy Mystery Ranch NICE 6500 pack. I loaded it to the gills with everything I like to have. Saw,

    Last Post By: Cadenza Today, 03:39 Go to last post
    g00gle

    Tarp Tenting For Dummies

    Thread Starter: g00gle

    Okay, so in my effort to simplify, lighten my load, and get out of my comfort zone a little more (or in to it a little more depending on your view of

    Last Post By: g00gle Today, 03:11 Go to last post