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Hiking the Best Part of the Appalachian TrailHiking the Best Part of the Appalachian Trail

Thru-hiker Dusty a.k.a. Particle hand-picked the yummiest part of the Appalachian Trail for this tenderfoot to hike for three days and guided us. We hiked in Shenandoah National Park, in Virginia, and we agree this was a perfect spot for a casual hiker to taste almost everything the Trail has to offer, minus the despair. First day, hiked 8 miles from Big Meadows Campground to Skyland, then made friends and got a lift back to the campground. Next day, we drove to and parked at Skyland, and hiked 6 miles to the Byrd's Nest 3 shelter for a backwoods overnight. Next day we hiked 4 miles to the rest area at Thornton's Gap and then caught a ride back to the car at Skyland. Don't miss the famous and delicious blackberry milkshakes in Shenandoah. And don't forget to purchase a camping pass. Video by Lauren Traub Teton exclusive for Twifties.TV.

The hiking shoes mentioned are the Asics Gel Trabucos. "If you want the perfect pair of trail runners, look no further than the Asics Gel-Trabuco's." says Michael Lanza in Backpacker Magazine, April 2009. Read the full review here.
Buy them from Zappos here.
Leki hiking poles are available here from Backcountry.com.