Many adventurous souls aspire to thru-hike the 2,193-mile Appalachian Trail (AT), which runs from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine. Completed in 1937, it traverses 14 states with more than 500,000 feet of elevation gain and loss and hosts more than 2 million hikers per year, many thousands of whom are attempting the entire trail -- yet only about one in four succeed.
Staying on top of your hydration all year round means you’ll ultimately perform better and get more out of each training session, which will pay dividends when the event you’re training for comes around.
PATH projects is excited to collaborate with Kofuzi on a limited edition running shirt with non elite logo. Kofuzi chose the Cascade classic long sleeve shirt in black. Made from our light weight soft high performance Tencel blend fabric. This technical shirt that works great for running and daily chill.
PATH projects KREW member Alex Barkley is no stranger to Fastest Known Time attempts. Recently Alex Barkley attempted to break the unsupported Wonderland FKT, a viciously beautiful trail that circumnavigates Mount Rainier in 93 miles with 22,000ft of elevation change.
This summer our friends Billy Yang, Elan Lieber and Gabi Maudiere took on the famous 211-mile (340 kilometer) John Muir Trail. They took a total of 14 days to make it to Yosemite Valley. Billy documented the highs and lows of this thru hike in much detail.