The Long Trail Photography: The First Thru Hike

Last July, I Thru Hiked the Long Trail, a long distance path spanning 272 miles through Vermont. I hiked south from the Canadian border and 26 days of Trail Life later, I finished my first Thru Hike. These are photos of my trip and although they will never capture the true beauty of Vermont and America’s oldest long distance trail, I hope they can inspire you to hike The Long Trail.  
                                                        
Cutout in the trees separating Vermont and Canada
Cutout in the trees separating Vermont and Canada
Laura Woodward Shelter
Laura Woodward Shelter
Northern Vermont July 17, 2013
Northern Vermont

Private Mountaintop Lunch Spot
Private Mountaintop Lunch Spot
Green Vermont
Green Vermont
Dangerous conditions atop the highest peak in Vermont (4.393')
Dangerous conditions atop the highest peak in Vermont (4.393′)
Camel's Hump (4,081')
Camel’s Hump (4,081′)
Cotton ball Clouds
Cotton Clouds
Crystal Clear Day
Crystal Clear Day
Next to the rain cloud on Mount Abraham (4,017')
Next to a rain cloud on Mount Abraham (4,017′)
Peaceful Pond
Peaceful Pond
Nirvana
Nirvana
Nature's Carpet
Nature’s Carpet
Colorful Clouds induced by a Vermont sunset on Mount Bromley.
Colorful Clouds induced by a Vermont sunset on Mount Bromley.
Trail friends at a resupply (Flip, Smooth, Myself, Pineapple)
Trail friends at a resupply (Flip, Smooth, Myself, Pineapple)
Cool blue night on the trail
Cool blue night on the trail
Canada to Massachusetts- Day 26
Canada to Massachusetts- Day 26

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