Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame Weekend at PA's AT Museum

The Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame will honor its newest members at a banquet on Friday evening, June 8, 2012 at the Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse in Boiling Springs, PA.

The Hall of Fame was established by the Appalachian Trail Museum Society to recognize the outstanding contributions made by individuals who helped establish and maintain the 2,181 mile trail.

"The Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame is a natural fit with the museum," said Larry Luxenberg, president of the Appalachian Trail Museum Society. "The trail and the museum represent the collective efforts of volunteers who have made countless contributions in ways that are as varied as the personalities who have been involved. The hall of fame will recognize those people who have unselfishly devoted their time, energy and resources toward making the Appalachian Trail a national treasure."

The AT Museum in Pine Grove Furnace State Park in Gardners, PA will host a festival on Saturday June 9th to honor the inductees.

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When you attend the Appalachian Trail Museum Festival, be sure to save time for the Half-Gallon Challenge at the General Store.