According to the 2014 edition of The A.T. Guide: A Handbook for Hiking the Appalachian Trail, written by David "Awol" Miller, a 2002 thru-hiker named "Blaze" counted 80,900 white blazes on his northbound trek.
Trivial but interesting.
Everybody who has been to the Appalachian Trail Museum in Pennsylvania knows Gramma Gatewood wore Keds on her thru-hike.
Everybody knows the biggest party on the Trail is hosted by the kind folks in Damascus, Virginia.
You might even know what thru-hikers do when they hit the halfway point.
If you've been to Diane's Twist in Cheshire, Massachusetts, you know it's the perfect spot on the AT for ice cream ... with shade trees and picnic tables and happy hikers.
Think you know enough to ace this Appalachian Trail Quiz from our friends at Discovery.com?
Sorry, knowing the location of the only covered portion of the AT won't help you.
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