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Really good mountain bikers are lousy judges of trail difficulty. We haven't a clue, we just ride.
A lot of people talk about the trail healing them, but I feel like, the first time, it humbled me, which I probably needed. It was a completely new way to experience the world and my body.
Leave no path untaken.
A trail through the mountains, if used, becomes a path in a short time, but, if unused, becomes blocked by grass in an equally short time.
A wilderness experience includes a long walk back.
Hiking is like life...
You can spend the whole trip just watching the trail ahead, worrying that you'll twist an ankle or fall.
And then you miss all this.
The path is revealed in the treading.
The AT is no longer the longest hiking trail - the Pacific Crest and Continental Divide trails, both out West, are slightly longer - but it will always be the first and greatest. It has a lot of friends. It deserves them.
Like the railroads that brought us together in the 19th century, these trails will bring us together in the 20th and 21st centuries. (at launch of the National Millennium Trails Program, 1999)
Just 'cause you're following a
well-marked trail don't mean
that whoever made it knew where
they were goin'.
All 2,100 miles of the trail, as well as side trails, footbridges, signs, blazes, and shelters, are maintained by volunteers - indeed, the AT is said to be the largest volunteer-run undertaking on the planet.
Here at this far lost end of the continent, where the trail wagons had stopped and the people with them ...
Seek on high bare trails
Creating a trail of things i wasn't able to tell you
Choose the paths which are not worn out by many feet!
I never reach those far-off places. New trails tempt me at every turn.
As difficult and maddening as the trail could be, there was hardly a day that passed that didn't offer up some form of what was called trail magic in the PCT vernacular - the unexpected and sweet happenings that stand out in stark relief to the challenges of the trail.
The Path is much like the experience of climbing a mountain. The climb is tough. But each time you stop to look around, the view becomes more spectacular.
Travelers, there is no path, paths are made by walking.
We're on a Trail / a Trail of Tears / There's Dip on MY Chin / and We're Gonna Die Here.
As writers, we must keep throwing problems at our characters. Conflict is the heart of good storytelling. Hiking in nature along a twisting trail can remind us what a good story feels like. It's the opposite of a treadmill - or an interstate highway.
If you are an adventurer, you will not be interested in where the road goes or where the road ends; you just keep going!
A 10.7-mile bike ride past bogs, beaches
We yogied this from day hikers for you.
Dare to travel on new path.
Wanderer, there is no road, the road is made by walking.
What's Your Road, Man?
Along 4 Mile Run, there was a nice woods down in front of the house. I used to run around there.
Where does it lead, this rockrose path?
We were now arrived at the close of our solitary journeyings along the St. Joseph's trail.
You can handle any and all of these sixteen routes, from the highest paved road in the Pyrenees to the flat woods through the Medoc. It all depends on your lungs, thighs, patience and proper selection of grandparents.
To the lost man, to the pioneer penetrating a new country, to the naturalist who wishes to see the wild land at its wildest, the advice is always the same - follow a river. The river is the original forest highway. It is nature's own Wilderness Road.
There is a road which leads to all roads. The name of that road is adventure!
Strange trails are good places to bloom.
The long distance hiker, a breed set apart,
From the likes of the usual pack.
He'll shoulder his gear, be hittin' the trail;
Long gone, long 'fore he'll be back.
We both know it is too tempting
to leave a trail wherever you go:
an echo into the dark screaming
'I was here, I was here and I took in
as much as I could.
car. I headed down CA-116 - the winding road
We make the path by walking.
Travel on your define path.
Trail conflicts can and do occur among different user groups, among different users within the same user group, and as a result of factors not related to users' trail activities at all. In fact, no actual contact among trail users need occur for conflict to be felt.
For every hiker, climber or canoeist who gets into trouble, there are thousands more who don't. Peter Bronski's compelling account of misadventures in the Adirondacks is a necessary corrective for those who go into the mountains unwary of the dangers.
Going into the woods, is going home
A journey awakens all our old fears of danger and risk. Your life is on the line. You are living by your own resources; you have to find your own way and solve every problem on the road.
What is hiking but walking, after all ?
heading west on the 495.
A path is made by walking on it.
My path is about Joy.
How can I explain purposely setting foot on a path so blatantly treacherous? Was the fun in the fall?
The Humpback Trail on New Zealand's South Island is really beautiful. It is a 70 km walk over about four days and is fairly arduous. You go through prehistoric forest and up to the top of Humpback Mountain, where there are amazing views down to the Tasman Sea.
Success doesn't come to you; you must go to it. The trail is well traveled. If you want to walk it, you can.
Paths are the habits of a landscape. They are acts of consensual making.
The fastest journey is achieved on foot
I'm used to hitch-hiking.
Joy of Backpacking,
You are a long trail through the woods," she said. "And in the woods people prefer a shortcut." Our
Some journeys don't have endings, they lead to new beginnings. These are the journeys that lead to great adventures!
4. The Road Through the Forest
You find the path by walking it.
This dream the world is having about itself
includes a trace on the plains of the Oregon trail,
a groove in the grass my father showed us all
one day while meadowlarks were trying to tell
something better about to happen.
...we're not even really hiking,
more like meandering in cinematic light.
In days and he was too late to pick up the trail at her home station. The best he could do was to lurk around the
Traveler, there is no path, the path must be
forged as you walk.
We always leave a trail, Jude, whether we wish to or not.
The crisp path through the field in this December snow, in the deep dark, where we trod the buried grass like ghosts on dry toast.
I bicycle 12,000-foot mountain passes, run, cross train, skate-ski, hike and mountain bike.
There is a phenomenon called Trail Magic, known and spoken of with reverence by everyone who hikes the trail, which holds that often when things look darkest some little piece of serendipity comes along to put you back on a heavenly plane.
Avoid the traffic by using one of the park's shuttle buses and view the elk rut with a park ranger.
Nothing should lead you aside from your planned route
A journey into the wilderness is the freest, cheapest, most nonprivileged of pleasures. Anyone with two legs and the price of a pair of army surplus combat boots may enter.
Over every mountain, there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley.
True wilderness is where you keep it, and real wilderness experience cannot be a sedentary one; you have to seek it out not seated, but afoot.
Map Your Own Journey Go on your own journey. Don't let others hold you back; don't hold them back. Don't judge their journey, and don't let them judge yours. All persons are free to have the experiences their souls lead them to.
I took the road less traveled, now I need a map.
There is a peculiar pleasure in riding out into the unknown. A pleasure which no second journey on the same trail ever affords.
Don't follow the path. Blaze the trail.
The journey is my home.
Paths are made by walking
Onto the unpaved dirt road that runs toward the
Up to this point, all I knew were beaten paths, tattooed with footprints, and I had come to the understanding that they were not much fun to travel because so many people were waiting for you at the end, wondering what took you so long.
How many time have I talked with people who have ridden the trails where I have ridden, yet had seen nothing? They passed over the land just to get over it, not to live with it and see it, feel it.
There was beauty out there ...
I tramp a perpetual journey.
Cycling, cycling forever bear, wolf, caribou. When had it all started, where will it end? We are all part of one, from such simple beginnings and yet all so different. Yet one. One and again.
They could have fought against it, begged for another way or gone off the path in hopes of finding an easier passage. Instead, they looked upon the trail ahead, the rough ridge, now bound by thick snow, and they accepted the path they had chosen.
Great journeys live long in the memory of those who participate in them
There are many roads in this world that will guide you to pleasurable, fun, and exciting destinations that do not end in any form of lasting happiness. So before you step on an enticing path, figure out where it leads.
THE ADVENTURE OF THE SOLITARY CYCLIST
summer of 2011, when the first call to walk the Camino Santiago de Compostela had tugged at my soul, I would not have known this was my why. A tug so fierce I had no choice but to follow, the next years would guide me to
Sometimes the trail you leave behind you is more important than the path ahead of you.
The path is smooth that leadeth on to danger.
I have another kind of sight. I see another kind of terrain: the available paths. The
I hurtled down a path through the middle of a park, past shrubbery so refined it was probably entitled to vote.
And so one more to the wandering road. Beyond Blackheath the highway began a steep and curvaceous descent towards Lithgow, where it skirted along hem of the mountains ...
We're designed for persistence hunting, which is a mix of running and walking. What's built into that kind of running is a sense of pleasure. You are designed and built and perfect for this activity, and it should be enjoyable and fun.
We always trotted everywhere at Camp Arthur Currie. I never did find out who Currie was, but he must have been a trackman.
The last wandering
Over the years, I found myself traveling parts of the Lewis and Clark Trail, putting my hands in the river where they set out from St. Louis, viewing the Great Falls of Montana, standing by the same Pacific Ocean they saw with such joy.
Trails need to be wider so people can walk while holding hands.
Dream-travelers, there is no path, paths are made by dreaming.
The very remoteness kindles the imagination of the adventurous hunter. From the top of any mountain the challenge extends far and wide, until the mountains meet the sky.
I have climbed several higher mountains without guide or path, and have found, as might be expected, that it takes only more time and patience commonly than to travel the smoothest highway.