Trekking the Appalachian Trail is no longer the solitary experience it once was. Backpackers and hikers looking for a less crowded outdoor experience should grab this guide to discover the many opportunities available in the Deep South. It covers 7 trails in 8 states, for a total of 600 miles of trails. Each trail is divided into segments, with at-a-glance information offering details on length, trail condition, high-points, difficulty, tips, and trailhead directions. Vivid trail reports tell readers just what they will see along the way. Finally, a Trail Log provides mile-by-mile descriptions of the entire trail, including road crossings, water sources, shelters, and more. Includes the Wild Azalea Trail, LA (26 mi); Black Creek Trail, MS (41 mi); Pinhoti Trail, AL (104 mi); Bartram Trail, GA & NC (110 mi); Benton Mckaye Trail, GA & TN (90 mi); Foothills Trail, SC & NC (85 mi); and the Florida Trail, FL (171 mi).
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