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The Appalachian Trail is a 2,200-mile hike that begins (or ends) at Mount Katahdin in Maine and rolls through 14 states to its endpoint on Springer Mountain in Georgia. The trail itself can take the average thru-hiker five to seven months to complete. The bulk of the Appalachian Trail is mountainous, making the trek grueling …. Read More
Oregon is home to some of the most beautiful water holes in the country. It is filled with natural lakes, rivers that cut through the land, creeks, natural springs, and even a beach with access to it. As great as these natural water marks may be, and as fun, as they are, there are other …. Read More
One of the most amazing aspects of our world is that you can maximize your monthly income by living in places where the dollar stretches further. As difficult as it may be to believe, there are plenty of places on our beautiful planet where you can live like a king for under $1000. Sure, there …. Read More
Turkey has five long distance trekking routes and collections of shorter trails: The Lycian Way –opened in 1999, The St Paul Trail –opened in 2004 and the Kaçkar trails –opened in 2008, were all made by Kate Clow. The first two are about 500km long. Kate Clow with help from Terry Richardson researched designed and …. Read More
Way-marking makes it easy to follow the route. Long-distance is way-marked in red and white, side-routes and day-walks are waymarked in red and yellow. On most routes, there are also yellow and green signposts at the junction of the route with metalled roads. Some routes are not waymarked because they are above the treeline so …. Read More