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If you know the six Ps, then you should know how important the Appalachian Trail Thru-Hike Planner from Appalachian Trail Conservancy is. Filled with all of the information that you need in less than 100 detachable pages, this guide is sure to be your best friend whenever you're conquering the best of the east. PRODUCT FEATURES: Completely updated in 2015 to reflect current trends and mileages and new advice, this is a rip-out-the-pages workbook of checklists, mail drops, etc. Based on experiences of more than a dozen first-time thru-hikers Food, equipment, money, weather, shelters, towns are all covered in less than 100 easy-to-read, detachable pages
- Appalachian Outdoors
aka The Appalachian Trail Workbook For Planning Thru-Hikes in a previous incarnation this book will help you plan your thru-hike. Completely revised and updated for 2005 with the latest info and trends. The material is based on the experiences of dozens of former thru-hikers and observations by the staff and volunteers of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. This is a rip out the pages workbook of checklists, mail drops, food, equipment, money, weather, shelters, towns etc. If you are planning a thru-hike or an extended section hike this book will be invaluable.Binding - PaperPages - 96Publisher - Appalachian Trail ConservancyYear - 2005ISBN - 1889386456.
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