Susquehanna Appalachian Trail Club

satc logoMore than 30 organizations are dedicated to the preservation, enjoyment and protection of the Appalachian Trail (AT).

The Susquehanna Appalachian Trail Club (SATC) is based in Harrisburg, PA. SATC relies on volunteer help to accomplish its mission to lovingly care for their 20-mile stretch of the AT.

SATC does more than build and maintain trails and shelters, they help conserve wild lands, wildlife and provide opportunities to experience the outdoors with one another.

Click Here to Download the Fall 2013 Message from SATC's President

The famous Earl Shaffer -- the first person to thru-hike the AT -- co-founded SATC in 1954. This healthy group has more than 400 valuable members today.

If you're interested in

  • group hikes
  • trail work
  • invasive plant removal and
  • safe social activities: the December holiday party, March banquet & summer picnic

you are welcome to join the Susquehanna Appalachian Trail Club.

SATC is affiliated with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and participates in the ATC's Mid-Atlantic Regional Partnership Committee. SATC also has a long-standing affiliation with the Keystone Trails Association.

When you join SATC, you'll enjoy exploring area trails and get to know new friends who share your interests. If you're not big on joining organizations, that's OK. Outings are open to everyone.

Click Here for SATC's Website

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