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As Hikers Celebrate on Appalachian Trail, Some Ask: Where Will It End? – The New York Times

Faced with increasing crowds and partylike behavior by a few, officials are threatening to reroute the Appalachian Trail so that it does not end atop Maine’s highest peak. Source: As Hikers Celebrate on Appalachian Trail, Some Ask: Where Will It … Continue reading

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( sort of ) Boston Globe review of Redford starring in ” A Walk in the Woods”

Other than the inaccuracy that 3,000 individuals completing the AT in 2014, this is an entertaining read.   The bulk of the article is a review of the new movie, coming out nation-wide on Sept. 2.  Who can go wrong with … Continue reading

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Scott Jurek vs. Baxter State Park: Next Move?  

Here’s Scott Jurek’s blog post about his Baxter State Park experience.  Scott writes that he was issued three summonses while hiking in the Park. On this blog post, Scott accepted responsibility for any rules that he may have broken, however, … Continue reading

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Scott Jurek and the #AT Appalachian Trail #FKT

Originally posted on Ian Corless host of Talk Ultra podcast:
He needs no introduction; Scott Jurek is an icon in the sport of ultra running. He has won Hardrock 100, Spartathlon, Badwater 135, raced over 24 hours and of course…

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Day1 Riding Vermont’s Kingdom Trails.

Big day riding my upgraded Santa Cruz Tallboy on Vermont’s Kingdom Trails. I’m here for three days of riding on one of the top ten mountain bike parks in the USA. There are 10 Bubbas in the Woods folks on … Continue reading

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CDT day 23: rock formations of magic

Originally posted on CARROT QUINN:
May 27 Mileage 34 521.5 miles hiked from Mexico Now that we’re camped way down near six thousand feet, the cold never arrives. There’s a stillness, a windlessness, on this flat sandy mesa, and I…

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The snow’s gone- so are my studded mountain bike tires

I absolutely loved riding my Pugsley on the trails on and around Ragged Mountain today.  I have been waiting for this ride all winter- my first, where there’s solid ground is under my 4” wide tires instead of snow, ice, … Continue reading

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