There are thousands of attractions on the Appalachian Trail that are worth seeing.
The Appalachian Trail begins, for most people, on Springer Mountain in the great State of Georgia. The AT ends 2,189 miles to the north at Mount Katahdin, just beyond the 100-Mile Wilderness in Maine.
What attractions on the Appalachian Trail you see will depend on how much time you have to dawdle.
If you don't have time to appreciate spectacular spots along the way, these links to attractions on the Appalachian Trail can help you decide where to visit when you do get a bit of free time.
Until you can hit the Trail yourself or with loved ones, take a virtual tour of quaint towns, dandy restaurants, cool People of the Trail, fun festivals and spots that will beckon you onto America's Beloved Path.
Enjoy your time on the Appalachian Trail. From home or in any of the 14 states that are graced by the AT.
We'll take you there.
Only the most friendly and dedicated towns are appointed official Appalachian Trail Communities by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.
Read about the most famous places on the Appalachian Trail.