6 Things I'm Bringing to Hike the Appalachian Mountains
My first backpack trip of 2019 is this month. These are the critical and interesting items that I'm taking with me.
This month I am guiding two three-day overnight backpacking trips in West Virginia’s beautiful and uncrowded Appalachian Mountains. Here are six important—and maybe slightly odd —items that I’m taking with me.
Read the full article by Andrew Skurka on Outside Online's website here.
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