The A.T. diamond has been the sign of the Appalachian Trail nearly since the beginning. These light-weight metal Trail markers were produced for at-home souvenirs to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Benton Mackaye’s seminal 1921 article proposing the A.T.
4” x 4” diamond.
Hickey (Submitted on Mar 20th 2022)
Solid piece ! Not Flimsey !!
Unknown (Submitted on Mar 8th 2021)
Bought two of these...nailed them on both sides of my new wooden mailbox post. Looks great!
DJ (Submitted on Sep 26th 2020)
I've always wanted one of these. I know some people steal them off trees along the Trail, but Leave No Trace... (and stealing is illegal). This is the real thing! Substantive aluminum, I mean like thick enough so it would be hard to bend, if you were so inclined. It's a lot cleaner than the ones you see on the Trail, but that's easily remedied--hang it on a tree and leave it outside for several years. The price is right, too. I might buy a bunch more to give away. Enjoy!
Unknown (Submitted on Jul 11th 2020)
put it up in my shop. A fun reminder to see every time i open my tool chest
At thru hike support (Submitted on Jul 1st 2019)
This is very nice and will look great mounted on wood.