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[at-l] Help me plan my 4th
In a message dated 6/3/2001 4:33:32 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> Your loop is 12 miles of Duncan Ridge Trail after Slaughter Gap and
> then about 17 miles of BMT (Maps 2 & 3). The rest is all AT. The
> sections of BMT are pretty cool, as you cross the Toccoa River on the
> suspension bridge. You have a GA 60 road crossing. The BMT maps offer
> profiles and some water information. (For those wondering about this
> loop, it is a 60+ mile loop from Slaughter Gap near Blood Mt, NW along
> the Duncan Ridge Trail, South along the Benton McKaye Trail then East
> on the AT from Long Creek Falls.)
There is information on these trails online. See belw.
<A HREF="http://georgiatrails.com/trails/duncan.html">Duncan Ridge Trail - GeorgiaTrails.com</A>
Duncan Ridge Trail
Note: This trail can be combined with the Appalachian Trail to create a loop
that is slightly more than 60 miles long that takes 8-10 days to complete.
This path is extremely strenuous. For experienced backpackers this trail
offers some of the most challenging climbs in the United States.
<A HREF="http://georgiatrails.com/cgibin/trailwrite.cgi?mackaye">Benton MacKaye Trail - GeorgiaTrails.com</A>
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