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Thru-hiking is the process of hiking a long-distance trail from end to end. The term is most commonly associated with the Appalachian Trail, but is also used for other lengthy trails and long distance hikes, including the Pacific Crest Trail, and the Continental Divide Trail. Thru-hiking is also called "end-to-end hiking" or "end-to-ending" on some trails, like Vermont's Long Trail. Section hiking refers to hiking a complete trail by hiking all of its individual sections, not in continuity or, necessarily, in sequence.

Well Kmown Trails

Appalachian Trail Pacific Crest Trail Continental Divide Trail Long Trail

Community Sites

  • is a site devoted to the Appalachian Trail Hiker. This site is a community made from those hikers so that they may share their knowledge and ideas with other hikers in a format as free as possible.