NEWS & INFORMATION
What's New On The American Discovery Trail
Keep up to date with the many things happening on the American Discovery Trail.
The National Discovery Trails Act has been introduced in Congress. Here is why this legislation is important and how you can help it become law.
Jim Shaner who has been hiking the ADT in sections over several years, has made some short videos of the trail:
Here's a video of Ryan Herrmann taped in Parkersburg, WV by WTAP:
July 9, 2014 - Equestrian information is now available in a pdf file format., The document is work in progress with the remaining states to be included shortly.
July 1, 2014 - Our quarterly newsletter, Discover America, is being printed and mailed to all ADT members.
NOTE: While the American Discovery Trail Society is pleased to link to ADT traveler's trail journals from the Society's web page, the ADT Society reserves the right to decide which content is inappropriate for publication on our site. The Society does not support any content which includes violation of hiking ethics or breaking of local, state or federal rules or regulations. The ADT Society will not link to any trail journal with such content. Readers are invited to report any inappropriate content to email@example.com
The ADT Society also recommends that travelers who post their travel journals on the internet should exercise standard precautions when including specific information about their location. This recommendation is made for the safety of the travelers.
June 30, 2014, - Mr. Lee has reached Pueblo CO. Hiking is hot, but he is reaching the mountains and can only see the plains if he looks back were he came from. You can view his journal at http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?trailname=16548
June 27, 2014, - Krista is ready to continue on her hike, but is replacing lost tent poles before she starts out from Council Grove KS. http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?trailname=14796
June 22, 2014, - Nick and his dog Brown have the River to River trail on their hike west on the southern route of the ADT. They are taking a break for a cousin's wedding and will head for St. Loius on their return to hiking. His web site is http://www.twomanwolfpack.org/
June 19, 2014, - The back packing believers are crossing OH and stay in the many state parks. They will reach Cincinnati soon. Their web site is http://www.backpackingbelievers/blogspot.com
May 29, 2014, - Azo Nation has reached Mt. Falcon, CO. He shed some of his gear for the mountain part of his hike, but was able to see the lights of Denver one more night.http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?trailname=14577
May 29, 2014, - Ed has reached Twin Lakes CO. He has had sun and snow, and flooding. http://www.walkusa.org/
April 11, 2014, - Michael has stopped his trip. You can view his journal at http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?trailname=16093
Mar. 15, 2014 - Josh finish his trek on March 15 at Cape Henlopen, DE. Josh started from Point Reyes, CA on Mar 20, 2013 and has backpacked over 5,000 miles across America on the American Discovery Trail (ADT). During his trek he has taken many great videos that can be viewed at his web site at http://www.joshseehorn.com . His videos include many terrific shots of the wildlife he encountered on the way. His ADT hike is particularly notable in that he crossed the Sierras in deep snow and continued his journey right through the winter under some adverse conditions. Visit his blog at http://outdoorjosh.com
September 5, 2013 - Jonah reached Point Reyes CA. He took a week or so to drive with a friend back acroos the nation to his home in MD. Visit his web site at http://dudetrek.com/
May/June 2013 - Samantha Szesciorka crossed Nevada on the ADT on horseback with her horse Sage and accompanied by her dog Bella. Here is a link to the web site about her trip.
July 2, 2008 - Virtual ADT Hike Click here to see a virtual hike on the ADT. Note: Best viewed with the Internet Explorer Browser.
Dec. 19, 2007 - A group of non-profits that are working to help preserve and protect the National Landscape Conservation System launched a Web site at www.conservationsystem.org. This site contains descriptions of all the system's units (including these two trails plus more) and places for people who have adventured on these lands to post stories and photos.
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