As Northbound hikers trek through Maryland, they will start to hear stories about the notorious rocky parts of the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania.
Hikers hear things like:
- “The trail in Pennsylvania is just miles of rocks.”
- “The rocks aren’t all loose. They are embedded in the trail.”
- “For hours, you just hear the clanking of your hiking poles hitting the rocks.”
Even when you hear all of this, it’s hard to imagine what people are talking about. Continue reading