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Top Instagram Pictures from The #AppalachianTrail Week 11

Top Instagram Pictures from The #AppalachianTrail Week 11

I continue to look at and review all of the pictures from Instagram under the hashtag #AppalachianTrail and selecting a few of the best each week. After a week missed due to life happening, we are back at it with Week 11 of some great pictures!

If you would like your picture to be included, be sure to use the hash tag #AppalachianTrail (and tag me and Appalachian Trials for extra bonus points).

Here is this week’s best pictures from the #AppalachianTrail (winner of the week is at the bottom):

@alexharndt with a great picture of Laurel Falls

#laurelfalls #appalachiantrail

@cody_moe enjoying a beer from some trail angels.

What the trail is all about. #trailmagic #beer #appalachiantrail #atsummertour2014 #bacaaw!!!

@peakedcuriosity enjoying the views of McAfee Knob.

I love looking over the edge. #mcafeeknob #appalachiantrail #thruhike #nature #mountains #outdoorwomen #naturelovers #beautiful

@chrisbianchisays enjoying a great walk on an open bald.

Hitch on Big Bald. #appalachiantrail #thruhike #hike #vista #mountains

@2180miles enjoying a beautiful sunrise in Virginia (winner)

This is why I start hiking at dawn. To sit on rocky cliffs and watch these moments happen in front of me. 730 miles hiked, I'm officially 1/3 of the way through the Appalachian Trail.

 

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I currently hold titles of a father, husband, geek, aspiring outdoorsman, storyteller, and BBQ Cook. I am a section hiker who is breaking the trail up in chunks as time allows.