The Appalachian Trail by Day Hikes is a to-the-point, candid guide to hiking the whole Appalachian Trail by day-hikes across the span of many years, along with “tips for the timid” and concise journal-type recollections of notable sections. The author, Polly Schoning, a retired verterinary pathologist, is a former member of the board of the Green Mountain Club and life member of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and two maintaining clubs.
From the back cover:
“The purpose of this book is twofold:
Polly Schoning. 2010. 106 pages.
Unknown (Submitted on Sep 21st 2020)
Great idea - good way to break the hike into manageable bites.
Stacey G Jenkins (Submitted on Jul 19th 2020)
I love that the author clearly states the books twofold purpose. Mission accomplished! 1. She gives great information for day and section hikers. 2. She has great tips.
Unknown (Submitted on Aug 8th 2018)
Great at getting to know what to take, how to set up and do the hikes.
Unknown (Submitted on Apr 27th 2018)
Not as practical as I had hoped