Video: Appalachian Trail Thru Hiker Storm on top of New Hampshire's Mount Lafayette

As Storm makes his way north on the Appalachian Trail, one iconic landscape he has traveled through is the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Here the Appalachian Trail ascends above treeline to many different high altitude summits and even crosses the Franconia Ridge, a high-altitude ridge linking Mount Lafayette and Mount Lincoln, all above treeline. Mount Lafayette is one of higher peaks of the White Mountains and towers over Franconia Notch.

Storm is now over 1,900 miles into his northbound Appalachian Trail thru-hike. He began hiking at Springer Mountain in Georgia on April 6, 2016 and has been on the trail since then. He anticipates reaching Mount Katahdin in Maine, the official end of the 2,100 mile Appalachian Trail in the middle of September.


Storm is posting regular updates from the AT on his Trail Journal

You can also follow him on his Facebook Page, Moe Hikes the Appalachian Trail

Storm is working to raise money for charity as he hikes the Appalachian Trail. He currently has a GoFundMe campaign that is supporting the work of the Catskill Center to protect and preserve the Catskills and the Catskill Park, where Storm lives, enjoys the outdoors and volunteers! Please Give!

Read all of Storm's posts on Adventures in the Outdoors.

For more information about the Appalachian Trail

You can visit the National Park Service's Appalachian Trail Park Page, which features a link to the AT brochure and map.  Guides and maps are produced and sold for the AT as it passes through each State between Georgia and Maine.  There are several books including the Thru-Hike Planner, the AT Guidebook, the AT Thru Hiker Companion and the Data Book to name just a few that can help hikers who are planning on hiking the entire AT or sections of it. We also maintain a section for Appalachian Trail Guides, Maps and Books at on Adventures in the Outdoors Online Shop.