I am disappointed that maps are only available for charge. I fully understand that nmonj-profits have to generate revenue somehow but a map is basic and given that the trail remains unmarked in certain places, a map, free of charge, would encourage participation, IMO. I look forward to starting the trail in about 4 weeks!
Glenn Simcox, Elk Garden, WV
Soon it will be time again to hit the trail.. Melanie and I are 60 miles east of Cincinnati, Ohio. We are considering which way to go: the Northern or the Southern route. After walking through Ohio and trying to follow the ADT map/turn-by-turn, we're in need of help.. What map(s) should we buy on the discoverytrail.org website? Anyone who has walked the trail and could give us information or recommendations, we'd greatly appreciate you doing so.. Thank you in advance. - JC email: email@example.com
J.C., Hillsboro, OH
I am looking to do the east to west hike. I am looking for advice on how long it will take? How much money it cost? If there is a group that will doing this hike?
Very exciting to find out about this trail which passes thru the Kansas City area only a few miles from my house. I will be finding out much more about this.
Overland Park, KS
I rode the trail from Delaware to Denver in 2012 and 2013. Should be back on it by May to finish. Will have a new homebuilt trailer that I can sleep in!
Plan on walking across the ADT starting March 1 and want to go from Delaware to California. Any help would be appreciated, i would like to also get some tips on what money to bring and supplies needed for the trip. Also, is it safe and reasonable to camp and not use hotels the whole way?
I am going to hike the ADT starting in Ohio,(departing from Southern Michigan to ADT), along the Southern route, in late winter to early spring. I am looking for advice, any level of support, camping guidance, spiritual guidance, and wouldn't mind company for some legs of the trip.
Los Angeles father and son preparing to take on the ADT- looking to
reconnect, grow closer, and clear our career-changing heads for a life of
writing. Trying to generate funds to take care of my wife while we embark on
this journey and to dedicate the remaining funds to an organization
dedicated to the sound support of our country's fatherless young men. Just
bought a couple backpacks and a tent to test ourselves and equipment against
the mountainous elements here in the mountain range north of LA.
Planning on doing two or three outings like this before we take on the ADT.
if you'd like to follow our progress, you can email me at
firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll keep you in our outgoing posts. If you would
like to see the aspiring author side of me- the side I'm taking on the trail
to author future books, you can go to my website: www.goingcognito.com.
Happy trails to you!
Los Angeles, CA