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Interesting Links

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Interesting Links for Hikers

 

Mount Rogers National Recreation Area's 50th anniversary

 

Appalachian Trail Interactive Map

 

 Appalachian Trail Conservancy

 

Trail Maintaining Clubs

 

Town of Damascus

 

Wilderness 

(in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act!)

 

 

Virginia Drivers: You can support the Appalachian Trail Conservancy's trail maintenance, education, and environmental monitoring programs by purchasing an AT specialty VA license plate. The plate costs $25 and $15 is donated to the ATC.

It’s Easy to Sign Up! Visit your local DMV office or go to www.appalachiantrail.org/VAplate

 

 

Weather in the High Country

 

Friends of Mount Rogers

 

 Mount Rogers Naturalist Rally

 

 Grayson Highlands State Park

 

 Friends of Grayson Highlands State Park

 

 Mt. Rogers area - USDA Forest Service

 

Mt. Rogers National Recreation Area scenic tour and campground information

 

 Photos of Wilburn Ridge, in the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area

 

 Mount Rogers Outfitters

 

Backpacker magazine

 

Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association

 

Appalachian Trail Homepage: Kathy Bilton's A.T. web site

 

Appalachian Trailplace: Dan "Wingfoot" Bruce's A.T. web site

 

National Parks

 

Great Outdoor Recreation Pages

 

Great Outdoors Recreation Page (Appalachian Trail)

 

Getoutdoors.com

 

WhiteBlaze.net

 

Scott County Trails

(these hikes are in Scott County, a Virginia county to the west of Washington County where

Damascus is located, and the hikes are on other trails, not on the Appalachian Trail.)

 

AT Memoirs

 

photo credit: Original image: 'links http://www.flickr.com/photos/16863501@N00/99112636 by: B Furnari

  

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