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Posted by10 hours ago

外围体育投注Any fellow Europeans, or other continents, who were planning a AT thru-hike in 2021? I've been planning and looking forward to it for years, but tbh it doesn't look great. On one side there is the Covid situation, and on the other the internal strugggles which are currently pretty dominant, it doesn't really feel like the place to be at the moment (nothing personal my US friends ^^ just an outsiders view). Anyhow, I would love some more opinions.

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Posted by8 hours ago

I currently have Lone Peak 4.0s and I truly do love them. They aren't always the most cushioned and every so often they slide a bit left/right on rocks. My feet surprisingly don't hurt at all in them even though my feet are fairly flat and generally hurt from running after half a mile or so. Walking/hiking in them is zero problem more or less.

My main concern is the long term effects of zero drop on a super long hike. I know Hoka Speedgoats are also very popular hiking/trail shoes , but they seem to be almost the total opposites of the Lone Peaks as far as cushioning and heel-toe drop goes.

外围体育投注Would really love to hear from anyone who has tried both of these shoes and share their experience. Thank you in advance!

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Posted by8 hours ago

外围体育投注I started north on Sunday and unfortunately I jured my toe bad enough that I'll have to come off for a few days. Can anyone recommend shuttles to get back to Atlanta? Thanks!

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Posted by1 day ago

hey hikers. We're thinking about planting an herb garden and letting AT hikers snip fresh herbs to take with you on your way out of town. Spice up that next bowl of noodles! would you all have any interest in this?


thank

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Posted by1 day ago

外围体育投注Hey y'all, we're heading out to do the Pemi Loop from Friday to Sunday, is there any discussion about weather from the trail that I'm not seeing on weather reports? The forecast seems great, but I know that's different than folks actually on the ground right now. Appreciate any input!

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Posted by1 day ago

外围体育投注First, some quick background:

I've recently relocated to Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It basically boils down to either having Verizon or AT&T as service providers up here. Anything other than those two options is pretty much not viable, a waste of money, and will result with very poor coverage.

(I used to live in the Lower Peninsula, and used Sprint. It was decent enough down there, but is absolutely terrible and worthless up here)

外围体育投注So I'm looking to switch to either AT&T or Verizon based on recommendations from people that live up here. While they are important to consider – I don't really care about potential "Coverage Maps" and value real-world, first-hand experiences that have been tested, tried, and true.

外围体育投注After doing some research and price comparisons (since I'll be also getting a new phone) both providers seem chooseable. Although through my research, I've been leaning more toward AT&T.

For those of you with either service provider, how has your experiences been with them while out on the trail? With all that said, I'm going to be attempting a thru-hike going NoBo in 2021.

So I'm trying to pick great/reliable coverage for my residency, as well as next year during my "Home away from home".

Thanks.

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