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[at-l] Art Loeb Trail
- Subject: [at-l] Art Loeb Trail
- From: email@example.com (Mark Lerch)
- Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 07:51:09 -0700
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I use the National Geographic topo for Pisgah National Forest. Far better
than the cheasy map you get at the Ranger station (in my view).
I did the southern portion of the trail last year and the northern part last
week. The southern section has a couple of shelters, but I camped well off
trail with the bobcats and owls as company.
If this rain clears up and my heel heals I may be heading back out within
the next week or so.
Incidentally re: the horses, are you going to the NC Fair this week? A guy
I work with started riding and bought some champion quarter horse or other
and is going to be riding it there tomorrow (or today?)
From: Jan Leitschuh [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 9:29 PM
To: DanandGailSC@aol.com; Sly; AT-List; Charles Davidson; Gary Wright;
Jim Stewart; mlerch
Subject: Re: [at-l] Art Loeb Trail
Thanks for all the great Art Loeb Trail stories, pics and info. Got me
double-psyched. Anyone know where to get a map in advance?
I think a date with Art is in my very near future. My god, what a stunning
Will report back, when I do,
> Gutsy (Gail) and I hiked the Art Loeb Trail in Nov. 1995, accompanied by
> Tagliapietra, author of The Southern Sixers, a great book for peak
Jan Leitschuh Sporthorses Ltd.