The Best of the Appalachian Trail: Overnight Hikes

The Best of the Appalachian Trail Overnight Hikes You love to backpack but you can only get out on the trail a few weekends a year This book was written for you It is the first guide to cover the length of the Appalachian Trail in a single volume It

  • Title: The Best of the Appalachian Trail: Overnight Hikes
  • Author: Victoria Steele Logue Leonard M. Adkins Frank Logue
  • ISBN: 9780897325288
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • You love to backpack, but you can only get out on the trail a few weekends a year This book was written for you It is the first guide to cover the length of the Appalachian Trail in a single volume It doesn t describe every mile of the trail, but offers detailed descriptions of the suggested hikes Why sort through guidebooks looking for a good hike, when the best of thYou love to backpack, but you can only get out on the trail a few weekends a year This book was written for you It is the first guide to cover the length of the Appalachian Trail in a single volume It doesn t describe every mile of the trail, but offers detailed descriptions of the suggested hikes Why sort through guidebooks looking for a good hike, when the best of the Appalachian Trail is all here in one book Includes overnight hikes in all fourteen states the Appalachian Trail passes through.

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    1. Victoria Steele Logue Leonard M. Adkins Frank Logue

      Victoria Logue is a graduate of Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia After graduation, Victoria worked as a writer for two daily newspapers in Georgia the Warner Robins Daily Sun and The Rome News Tribune During that time, she garnered awards for her feature writing and personal columns from the Georgia Press Association and the Special Olympics She and her husband, Frank, also spent two months in Kathmandu, Nepal, documenting daily life and customs.In 1988, the Logues quit their jobs to hike the 2,100 mile Appalachian Trail For six months they backpacked across the backbone of the eastern United States from Georgia to Maine Upon returning home, the Logues wrote their first book, The Appalachian Trail Backpacker, which was published in 1991 by Menasha Ridge Press.The Logues have appeared on CNN and numerous local TV and talk radio shows The Logues were also guests on the Discovery Channel s series, Go For It For than two years, the Logues hosted a weekly online chat on long distance hiking for Backpacker magazine on America Online Victoria has served as the editor of the Old Dominion Sierran, The Brunswick News lifestyle section and Georgia s Coastal Illustrated She was also a contributing editor for Outdoor Traveler, Mid Atlantic Region.Victoria continues working as an author and writer She is a Tertiary in the Third Order, Society of Saint Francis, a certified labyrinth facilitator and is involved in promoting spirituality through leading retreats.Her most recent non fiction work is a thorough revision to the Guide to the Blue Ridge Parkway Her first novel, Redemption, was published in 2011 by Low Country Press.

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    1. One of my goals in life is to hike at least part of the Appalachian Trail. I was thrilled to find this book in my local library and I checked it out. I didn't read every section of this book - I preferred to read the introduction and then focus on certain sections of the book. It was helpful to me, and I found it inspiring to see that there are ways to hike part of the trail - but not all. Perhaps I'll be there one day!


    2. I started reading this last summer when I was starting to get a feel for backpacking and wanted a few short trips to get a feel for my gear. The descriptions are very detailed. I've mostly focused on the New England portion of the book so far. I started reading it again to get some ideas for Spring.


    3. This book gave me some great ideas for short backpacking trips. The descriptions of the trails are detailed, but I wish there were maps! Also, the author's idea of how many miles can be done in a day is a little different from my current ability level. I just have to take that into account when choosing my route.



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