Posts Tagged ‘Appalachian Trail’


Mount Greylock State Reservation

I have traveled to Massachusetts many times, but have never hiked there.  Mount Greylock State Reservation in the western part of Massachusetts sounds like a great place to visit.  It has a great lodge at the top and a war memorial.  The Appalachian Trail also travels through it. Jeff Thorson has written a great article […]

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Facts About the Appalachian Trail

When you mention the Appalachian Trail, it conjures up visions of a back country multi-month adventure through the eastern United States. The trail starts in my home state of Georgia  and stops in Maine. Patrick O’Neill has some great facts about this amazing trail: 5 Things You Did Not Know About the Appalachian Trail 5 […]

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Inner City Youth Camp at the Appalachian Trail

There are many government and non-profit agencies that help promote the great outdoors to people that would not otherwise be able to get pleasure from it.  Recently a group of inner city students were given a wonderful opportunity to do just that. Thanks to The Bureau of Land Management – Easter States (BLM-ES) and a […]

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