Hear the Challenge: Hike the Appalachian Trail

Hear the Challenge Hike the Appalachian Trail If you have even remotely considered hiking the length of the nearly mile Appalachian Trail then you ve heard the challenge The question now is will you answer it If you have been on the fence

  • Title: Hear the Challenge: Hike the Appalachian Trail
  • Author: Kyle Rohrig
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If you have even remotely considered hiking the length of the nearly 2,200 mile Appalachian Trail, then you ve heard the challenge The question now is will you answer it If you have been on the fence about doing a thru hike, the job of this book is to gently nudge, possibly even shove you off that fence, into the direction of the Appalachian Trail But, if your mind isIf you have even remotely considered hiking the length of the nearly 2,200 mile Appalachian Trail, then you ve heard the challenge The question now is will you answer it If you have been on the fence about doing a thru hike, the job of this book is to gently nudge, possibly even shove you off that fence, into the direction of the Appalachian Trail But, if your mind is already made up to embark on this once in a lifetime adventure, then prepare to have your confidence elevated to new heights Knowledge is power and information is currency I intend to make you powerfully rich, in regards to the Appalachian Trail, as you read through the contents of this book The subjects of this work include, but are far from limited to Preparing your life for a thru hike Financial preparation Mental preparation what you bring within yourself is far important than what you put in your pack Physical preparation I ve been a strength and conditioning specialist for nearly a decade Hiking with a dog I ve done the whole trail with one Insights and information into nearly every aspect of thru hiking, as well as life on trail and much, much Extensive information regarding gear and itemized lists of what this journey requires Insights into each state, as well as noteworthy regions and the obstacles highlights they present This book is not designed nor intended to be a how to or a guidebook It is simply designed to present you with information while simultaneously inspiring the confidence to use that information in making decisions that are perfect for you Even if you have no plans to hike the Appalachian Trail, there is a plethora of useful information regarding long distance hiking, hiking in general, life in general, and gear selection If you re interested in content from this author, as well as the full story of his Appalachian Trail adventure check out Lost on the Appalachian Trail.

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    1. I’m answering the call! This was the second of Kyle’s books that I have read and around the 20th Appalachian Trail book I have read. His writing is excellent and his sense of humor shines through his stories. While his first book was a wonderful story that captured his thru-hike perfectly, “Hear the Challenge” is a great prep book for someone interested in or planning a thru-hike of the AT. It stands out among the 20 other AT reads as being extremely comprehensive (he even delves into la [...]

    2. Thank you for this guideline of the ATAlthough I know its just information I will keep it to use because I do intend to one day attempt a thru hike of the AT and hope that I can also find myself in the metaphorical manner out on the trail. Thank you for a great starting guide!!

    3. Perspective! A book that could only be written by an experienced thru-hiker. The book is full of practical advice, given in the Mayor's "walk beside me and let's talk" writing style. A quick read that will have you itching to break free and head to Springer Mountain. A valuable addition to my hiking bookshelf.

    4. I didnt find a lot of info that i hadn't gleaned from more fun to read memoirs. I do really like the state by state overviews. I will refer back to these as I hike each state.

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