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Save 20% during the Ultimate A.T. Store Summer Solstice Sale ☀️


Use coupon code "NSSKS" and save!

Summer along the Appalachian Trail officially starts today, and so does our week-long sale — get 20% off on all regularly priced items* throughout the Ultimate Appalachian Trail Store!

We have almost a dozen new items for the season, led by a handful of Wild East products, from a  T-shirt and magnet drawn from the exclusive Wild East poster to a trucker’s cap and water bottle that show your support of the A.T. and the Wild East.

And the standards — from  guidebooks and mapsmugs, and even the 2020 A.T. Calendar — are in full stock as well.

Stop by, stay a while, and enjoy the savings until Friday, June 28 — it’s summertime in the backcountry! At check-out, use coupon code "NSSKS" to claim your savings.


Happy summer!

P.S. - Remember, all proceeds at the Ultimate Appalachian Trail Store go toward ATC’s conservation and information programs to enhance the A.T. experience!

ATC Staff Picks

Wild East Water Bottle


with coupon code

ATC 2020 Calendar 


with coupon code

Best of the A.T. - Day Hikes    


with coupon code

Wild East Trucker's Cap


with coupon code

*While supplies last. Coupon code applies only to regularly priced items and does not apply to sale or clearance items. Coupon code does not apply to taxes or shipping/handling fees. All offers are subject to availability and selection may vary. Prices are subject to change.

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