Why the Tahoe Rim Trail was my second most important lettered route hike. Why? This hike started the change in how I view time spent in the outdoors.
Why Vermont’s Long Trail hikes were important for me.
My experience backpacking on the Uinta Highline trail in Utah. With trip planning and logistic info.
A scan of a historic Continental Divide Trail Register from May 1990 to May 2013.
One early fall day, d-low and I decided to again backpack the “Ring The Peak” trail. At just under 60 miles, it is a work in progress. A CDT hike
The Appalachian Trail confernece now has their hiker photos from Harpers Ferry online! Below is a photo of my from May 16th, 1998.
An article I wrote for Backpacking Light. A photo essay and a briefy synopsis of the lightweight backpacking gear I used from the trail. Check it out!
Paul Magnanti’s 2009 Tahoe Rim Trail thru-hike with journal, photos, and planning information. The hiking bug just won’t go away! Even after a 300 mile backpack in the Appalachians, a jaunt in
Paul Magnanti’s 2009 thru-hike of the Benton MacKaye Trail; with journal, photos and trip planning information. To walk. To see. To see what you see. –Benton MacKaye on the purpose of
An article I wrote about the “Ring The Peak Trail”. This ~60 mile trail circles around Pikes Peak. Currently it is not completed, but the route does give an