My name is Anna. I am a 2017 Appalachian Trail and a 2019 Tahoe Rim Trail thru-hiker. I'm not a writer but am a photographer and I'm trying to live this one life to the fullest.
On June 18, 2019, my sister and I arrived in Reno, NV, to thru-hike the Tahoe Rim Trail. I had heard about the record snowfall but honestly had no clue what to expect. I did a lot of research and tried my best to be prepared for our 170-mile clockwise trek around Lake Tahoe but still felt clueless in some aspects.
It’s been a year to the day since I started walking north to Maine. A lot changed during those five-and-a-half months of hiking. I ate whatever and
I put together a little video collage of some moments of my thru hike - start to
Mile 2091.1 This morning I entered the 100 wilderness. I can't believe I'm here. I mean, I can but this is the last week before Katahdin. I'll be
Mile 1905.8 Today was pretty rough. I left the hostel in the rain and the rain didn't stop all day. The boards that go over the bogs are
Mile 1763.7 After I left the pizza place in Hanover and I started walking up the mountain to tent at the shelter. As I was walking up I ran into a
Mile 1580.5 This morning I walked 2.5 to the town of Dalton, MA. I headed straight for the coffee shop for a breakfast sandwich, muffin, and a
Mile 1458.4 Kirsten and I started hiking around noon today. We had a few errands in the morning to take care of and it was nice to have a little
Mile 1305.8 I had to wait until about 1 o'clock today for my package to arrive before I could leave Delaware Water Gap. Once the package arrived,
Mile 1138.1 I had a pretty awesome, short day. I got a late start today since I stayed at the hotel and then went to do laundry at the truck