An official-looking passport to record your trip of a lifetime along the Appalachian Trail, this document makes a truly memorable keepsake for both thru hikers and section hikers. It includes space to allow hostels, hiker friendly lodgings, gear outfitters, select shuttle providers and many trail angels to stamp or sign your document as you hike the A.T. Many stamps are personalized for an extraordinary memento of your adventure. It weighs only 1 ounce and comes with a sealable plastic bag, so you can still go ultralight! And now post offices along the trail will stamp you’re A.T. Passport after the purchase of a one-cent stamp.
Don’t forget to take this cherished item out on your next Appalachian Trail hike!
Sheryl Widme (Submitted on Apr 12th 2019)
It's beautiful. What a great tool to use upcoming.
Jerry Lloyd Williford (Submitted on Apr 11th 2019)
I bought this just because. Once I received them I realized it takes all the work out of validating my hike. Have the different places stamp the page and make a comment how I was feeling and doing at that time and it's a mini journal!
Cynthia Seymour (Submitted on Mar 8th 2019)
The passport is good quality as is the ziplock bag.
Trail name will be DorkMaster (Submitted on Feb 24th 2019)
Not gonna be really usable for me as I would write more at the end of the day than there is room for. A spiral notebook will be more helpful when on the AT
Michael Atkinson (Submitted on Feb 18th 2019)
Good quality product that will last for years of reflection about your hike.
Jim Wright (Submitted on Dec 17th 2018)
Personally speaking this is cool and worth the 2 oz weight to document our planned through hike. Made like a genuine passport with zip lock bag. Will be a great reminder and momento of the trip.
Tom Burson (Submitted on Dec 3rd 2018)
At first I thought it was stupid, but then I reconsidered. Memory is fleeting and often best with a reminder. This will serve to bring back memories, make real the moments I know I will not ever want to forget.
Unknown (Submitted on Jul 24th 2018)
Great, sturdy place to keep track of your progress on the AT.
Unknown (Submitted on May 21st 2018)
This is something that will always remind me of the AT.
Joe Mackey (Submitted on Mar 31st 2018)
appears similar to my passport. Places for vendors( hotel, hostel, store, etc.) to annotate. Provides a very hard to fake proof of how far and when you hiked the AT.