Read the Tales of AT Hikers

We all have dreams, but we don't all achieve our goals.

That's life.

AppalachianTrail.com commends all those who get into shape, put on their boots, carry their packs, and hit the trail.

Everyone, it seems, does so for a different reason. Everyone has a story ... a tale ... to tell.

We're posting links to the published tales of AT hikers. It's too late to go back and add the thousands of tales we've missed and we might not snag every one in the future. We believe that you'll appreciate reading all the tales of hikers who've gone before you and those who follow in your footsteps.

Hail to the heroes of the Appalachian Trail!

Click Here to Read Hiker's Tales


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About the Author Robert Sutherland:
Robert Sutherland is a travel writer enjoying life. Robert has two adult daughters and six grandchildren.
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