Appalachian Trail Communities are noted for promoting and protecting the Appalachian Trail, in addition to being good neighbors to those who hike the AT.
The honor of being an Appalachian Trail Community is a worthy goal, but there's so much more. The promotion of tourism, outdoor recreation and publicizing each town's unique contribution to the AT are just a few of the benefits.
There's fun involved too! Many Appalachian Trail Communities hold annual AT festivals -- known for being family-friendly and informational.
Appalachian Trail Communities are true allies in the mission to keep the AT alive and well for generations to come.
The 2014 Warwick Appalachian Trail Community Day has an agenda packed with joyous ways to celebrate the AT, those who hike it and those who want to someday.
Only the most friendly and dedicated towns are appointed official Appalachian Trail Communities by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.
Appalachian Trail events take place from early March until September from Georgia to Maine. It's the best way to see the Trail without getting blisters.
We hope to see you at one of the 2014 Appalachian Trail events that take place all along the AT -- from Maine to Georgia.
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference brings a hundred trail clubs together to inspire the exploration of 2,000 miles of trails in their states.