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Best Hikes of the Appalachian Trail: South by Johnny Molloy - One Color / One Size

Best Hikes of the Appalachian Trail: South is important since it takes readers directly to the best experiences to be had on the Appalachian Trail in highland Dixie. The book details 45 hikes along the AT, from the trail’s southern terminus atop Springer Mountain in Georgia north through North Carolina and Tennessee, into Virginia to the Maryland state line. It helps hikers experience those special moments in special places on the Appalachian Trail, whether it is hiking to overlooks, waterfalls and wildernesses, as well as scenic, cultural and historical sites, even trail towns. Readers can experience adventures stretched out along the spine of the Southern Appalachians. Georgia’s Blood Mountain proudly displays gardens of mountain laurel while deep woodlands of birch and rhododendron rise astride Long Creek. In North Carolina, the open meadows of Siler Bald contrast with the lush forests of Standing Indian Mountain. In Tennessee, the spruce-fir evergreens on Roan Mountain juxtapose with the great oak woodlands found on the shores of Watauga Lake. In Virginia, fern gardens line the AT on the slopes of Stony Man Mountain while wind stunted pine ridges flank the path near the Dragons Tooth. In this varied terrain and habitat, we follow the AT to our hiking destinations. Using veteran outdoor writer Johnny Molloy’s three decades of experience exploring the Southern Appalachians, this book is a true compilation of the best hikes on the Appalachian Trail in the South, and adds value to the book

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Women's Trailhead - Sequoia / 8.5 US

If you're looking for a pair of minimalist hiking shoes that can do it all, the Trailhead is the answer to your every move. Comprised of microfiber and air mesh, with a full-length rubber outsole, these lightweight trail shoes are equipped to take on the trail and tackle the city streets, all in the same day. *Click here for additional sizing information WAREHOUSE TRANSITION: Starting January 3rd, all new orders placed will ship February 1st Features ALL-ADVENTURE, TRAVEL ANYWHERE SHOE Our most versatile shoe yet, the Lems Mountain Sneaker is our take on a minimalist hiking shoe equipped for any trail, trek or urban travel adventure. With its natural shape toe box, minimal heel drop, and lightweight design, it's sure to keep pushing your boundaries. Whether you're climbing a 14er, going on a bike and brew tour, or even backpacking around the world, the Trailhead will be sure to take you far away from the ordinary. Designed for the trail but styled for the city streets, this 100% vegan hiking shoe will be the answer for your every move. Upper: Microfiber (*Mercury Sunset uses suede) and air mesh Midsole: EVA Mountain-to-Town Outsole: Full length rubber specifically engineered for both trail and pavement Last: Active functional fit Footbed 4.5mm breathable molded PU Stack Height: 17mm/21mm Drop: 4.0mm Weight: 9.5oz (Women's 9) Additional Info: Vegan friendly (*Mercury Sunset is not vegan) TRAILHEAD VS. MESA: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? For additional information please check out our FAQ page! Trailhead Sizing Whether you are new to Lems or just checking out the Trailheads for the first time, please note that these are men’s and women’s specific in their sizing unlike our other styles that are unisex and have a wide, 2E width toe box. Our men’s Trailheads are a standard D width and the women’s are a standard B width. Although we find that these shoes run true to size, some customers find that they need to go up a half size to accommodate the width of their feet - if you have a wider foot or prefer a roomier fit, we recommend going up a half size. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our customer service team at support@lemsshoes.com. Charts + Measurements Guide 

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Appalachian Trail Poster

The Appalachian Trail is a 2,180+ mile long public footpath that traverses the scenic, wooded, pastoral, wild and culturally resonant lands of the Appalachian Mountains. Conceived in 1921, built by private citizens, and completed in 1937, the trail is now managed by the NPS, the Forrest Service, and thousands of volunteers. Our sturdy, acid-free paper is made from a blend of natural fibers and post-consumer recycled content, allowing you to make a big impact on your walls, but not on the environment. Quick Specs: FSC Certified  Made in the USA Museum-grade archival paper Fits standard frame

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Women's Trailhead

If you're looking for a pair of minimalist hiking shoes that can do it all, the Trailhead is the answer to your every move. Comprised of microfiber and air mesh, with a full-length rubber outsole, these lightweight trail shoes are equipped to take on the trail and tackle the city streets, all in...

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Best of the Appalachian Trail: Overnight Hikes

Your Comprehensive Guide to the AT’s Best Overnight Hikes From Maine to Georgia, the nearly 2,200-mile Appalachian National Scenic Trail is an iconic destination. Whether you’re an experienced backpacker or a casual explorer, let Best of the Appalachian Trail: Overnight Hikes guide you along the way. Traverse Virginia’s Three Ridges, enjoy North Carolina’s Mount Cammerer Loop, and summit Vermont’s Killington Peak. Appalachian Trail experts Leonard M. Adkins and Victoria and Frank Logue have carefully selected their top 64 hikes, ranging from 10 to 30 miles, and present them for you to experience and enjoy. Trail difficulty ratings and profiles, which include point-by-point descriptions of each hike, help to prepare you for what’s ahead. Trailhead maps and driving directions are provided to get you where you need to go. Plus, fascinating flora, fauna, and history tidbits entertain and educate you along all 64 hikes throughout the 14 states of the AT. Discover the best overnight hikes in this useful guide to the beloved long trail. 3rd Edition.

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Best of the Appalachian Trail: Day Hikes

Your Comprehensive Guide to the AT’s Best Day Hikes From Maine to Georgia, the nearly 2,200-mile Appalachian National Scenic Trail is an iconic destination. Whether you’re an experienced hiker or a casual explorer, let Best of the Appalachian Trail: Day Hikes guide you along the way. Summit the iconic Katahdin in Maine, explore Pennsylvania’s Chimney Rocks, splash in Tennessee’s Laurel Fork Gorge and Falls, and find out where Georgia’s Blood Mountain gets its name. Appalachian Trail experts Leonard M. Adkins and Victoria and Frank Logue have carefully selected their top 144 hikes, ranging from less than 1 mile to 11 miles, and present them for you to experience and enjoy. Trail difficulty ratings and profiles, which include point-by-point descriptions of each hike, help to prepare you for what’s ahead. Trailhead maps and driving directions are provided to get you where you need to go. Plus, fascinating flora, fauna, and history tidbits entertain and educate you along all 144 hikes throughout the 14 states of the AT. Discover the best day hikes in this useful guide to the beloved long trail.

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The Pacific Crest Trail: A Hiker's Companion - The Pacific Crest Trail: A Hiker's Companion

Beginning where basic trail guides and maps leave off, this guide to the Pacific Crest Trail describes every route in detail, as well as the plants and animals hikers will see along the way, tells stories about local history and provides hundreds of other ways to enrich this hiking experience. Original.

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