Philbrick's Appalachian Trail Transit Guide, Northern Edition: The Mason-Dixon Line to Maine

Want to hike the Appalachian Trail, but need help getting there and back? Now there's a public transportation guide with comprehensive, detailed, and practical information to help any hiker get to or from just about any spot on the Trail by bus, plane, train, and dial-a-ride. It's the only public transportation guide available for A.T. thru-hikers, section hikers, or week-end warriors. More

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About J Jeffrey "Snailpace" Philbrick

J. Jeffrey Philbrick grew up on Cape Cod and currently resides in Chapel Hill, NC. He has been an avid camper and backpacker for decades and has also been involved with the Boy Scouts of America for over 30 years. As a young man he had his first encounter with the Appalachian Trail and hiked sections of the Trail in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont with his fellow Sea Scouts. As an adult he has hiked all of the Trail in Georgia twice and over 650 miles of the Trail in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. In the spring of 2013, he acquiring the trail name “Snailpace” while attempting a thru-hike of the AT.

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