Appalachian Trail-Thumbnails


bridge.jpg
This foot bridge is an example of the hard work of volunteers who keep the Appalachian Trail accessible.
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clouds.jpg
You know you climbed a big hill when you see clouds below you.
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deer.jpg
A deer is one animal you won't mind visiting your campsite. The bluish thing in the corner is a tent.
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Here a hiker stands on a lush and easy section of the Appalachian Trail.
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Here's another easy section of the Appalachian Trail, seen in early fall.
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meadow.jpg
An open meadow atop a tall hill is a place to avoid when there's lightning.
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mice.jpg
This Appalachian Trail shelter has suspended cords for hanging food. The pieces of can are to keep mice from descending the cords.
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rattlesnake.jpg
Here's a rattlesnake on the edge of the Appalachian Trail.
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rock2.jpg
Even more rocks on the trail
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rockpile.jpg
Here the Appalachian Trail goes over the top of a pile of large rocks, about 20 feet tall. Note the white blaze just to the left of the photo's center.
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rocksontrail.jpg
Another rocky section of the Appalachian Trail.
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selfportrait.jpg
The author on the Appalachian Trail.
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trailmagic.jpg
Here's some soft drinks and candy left for hikers on the Appalachian Trail near a road crossing. A grateful hiker left a dollar.
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xroad.jpg
This is one of the more elaborately marked Appalachian Trail direction signs.
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