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Benjamin Ingalls
(Bingalls) - F
AT Help on 12/08/2013 13:18:00 MST Print View

This summner I am going to be on the east coast visiting family and traveling for a about a month and I want to do A little AT thru hike. I have family all over New England so I want to stay up there, maybe Maine, Massachussets, New Hampshire. Any suggestions. I am thinking 7- 10 days and I'm looking to get pumped up by fellow ultralighters.

Ben Crocker
(alexdrewreed) - M

Locale: Kentucky
AT Help on 12/08/2013 13:56:16 MST Print View

Any of the AT is Maine is great in my book. I haven't done it, but hear most of NH is great too.

Luke Schmidt
(Cameron) - MLife

Locale: The WOODS
Long Trail? on 12/08/2013 13:58:21 MST Print View

If you want to be able to say you completed a trail you might consider the Long Trail. Doing it in 10 days might be a stretch but you could try.

Jake D
(JakeDatc) - F

Locale: Bristol,RI
Re: Long Trail? on 12/08/2013 15:23:40 MST Print View

10 days is pretty quick for LT. I did it in 19 days with 1 zero and 2 nero's. in the 18-20mi/day range. NH is way more scenic though.

Could do NH.. 160mi or so some of the most exposed and scenic parts of the AT i'd think.

Benjamin Ingalls
(Bingalls) - F
New Hampshire on 12/08/2013 22:33:16 MST Print View

That sounds like an exciting thru hike thanks for the advice.

Jake D
(JakeDatc) - F

Locale: Bristol,RI
Re: New Hampshire on 12/09/2013 06:49:38 MST Print View

get the NH 4000 footers map. best 10 bucks you'll spend.

M B
(livingontheroad) - M
hike on 12/09/2013 18:50:09 MST Print View

Thru-hiking is defined as hiking a long-distance trail end-to-end.