Presented by AT Museum Docent and hiker Lorrie Preston
The pulse quickens when you hit the trail in the North Woods. The fragrance of conifers, muddy bogs, mossy glades, signs of moose, remote wilderness, rocks that require climbing more than hiking, and breathtaking views of spectacular mountains and valleys for as far as the eye can see, all create a special magic on the trail. The Green and White Mountains, the Presidentials, the AMC huts, confronting Mt. Washington - known for some of the worst weather on Earth - all combine to create what feels like the biggest adventure yet along the trail. In this 7th in a series showcasing the A.T. through the 14 states, we'll enjoy the beauty of alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and everything in between.