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Top Instagram Pictures from The #AppalachianTrail Week 4

Top Instagram Pictures from The #AppalachianTrail Week 4

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. This week we have a collection of food, coffee, beer, and some great views.

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):

@pamela_chen is planning out her next steps on the trial.
Some hiking business in the works! #hiking #appalachiantrail #montblanc #willbebrokeforever

@bennetttravers is celebrating a zero with some good beer in Gatlinburg.
Celebrating a zero day in Gatlinburg with some wonderful people. #Mile200 #AppalachianTrail #atthruhike

@henchpotench has some interesting looking coffee to start off his day.
Some trippy camp coffee to start my 23 mile day on the #appalachiantrail #coffee #thruhike #camping

@abrilnicol has made it to Virginia!
After much procrastinating ...VIRGINIA! #AppalachianTrail #Thruhike2014 #3StatesDown #BringOnTheWildPoniesAndRollingMountainsAndAwesomeViewsAndTheVirginiaBlues

@kristohikes has a great snowy view.
#MaxPatch. just another day #thruhiking the #AppalachianTrail... #blueridgemountains #follow #nofilter #AT

@henchpotench is packing calories in for his meal! (Winner)
Peanut butter and honeybun tortilla. #calories #backpacking

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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.

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