Appalachian Impressions

Part 2

Thursday, Sept 24, 7 p.m. on Vermont PBS
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Part 2 of Appalachian Impressions covers the second half of the Appalachian Trail. Hikers traverse through the rest of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and finally most of Maine. Hikers realize the importance of food, hydration, and dealing with the summer heat. They contemplate the dreaded PA rocks, admire the infamous White Mountains, and are constantly reminded of kindness along the trail along with the ever changing weather. Each day these hikers get closer to their goal of walking from Georgia to Maine. Finally after trekking 2,173- miles, their journey is over. The experience brings ears of joy, hugs, absolute celebration, and the accomplishment of hiking the entire length of the Appalachian Trail.
 

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