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Top Instagram Pictures from The #AppalachianTrail Week 6

Top Instagram Pictures from The #AppalachianTrail Week 6

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 are focusing on food. The hiker appetite is starting to arrive for some hikers and their Instagram pictures reflect it.

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):

@icdaywee grabbing a pizza on the way into Kincora hostel.
Pizza ruuuuuun. Staying the night at Kincora hostel. #appalachiantrail #hiking #pizza

@dependablepete enjoying a much deserved and dreamed of Pepsi in Hot Springs.
I have dreamed of a cold Pepsi for weeks and this day finally came. Hot Springs NC! Are you ready to ROCK!!!?

@nickbreid has his resupply done with the important essentials!
Resupply done. #beers #cheetos #shitsheavy #AppalachianTrail #Georgiatomaine

@peakedcuriosity cannot forget her #hawtsauce ready for the trail.
I'm obsessed with #mini #camp things. #hawtsauce #thruhike #appalachiantrail

@henchpotench created a delicious lunch (winner)!
Trail food experiment brought to you by the ingenious mind of @alpacamark foil packed tuna with crushed Doritos + Fritos mixed with hot chili oil, all topped off with some butter. Tasted great, but could use some improvement.

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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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