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.
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.