Racing America's Oldest Hiking Trail

Racing America's Oldest Hiking Trail, the Appalachian Trail, is a thrilling challenge that attracts adventurers from around the world. Spanning over 2,190 miles from Georgia to Maine, the trail offers a diverse landscape of mountains, forests, and valleys, testing hikers' endurance and resilience. From the iconic Springer Mountain in Georgia to the summit of Mount Katahdin in Maine, the trail offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature, push physical limits, and create memories that last a lifetime. Racers compete to complete the entire trail in the fastest time, pushing their bodies and minds to the limit as they navigate challenging terrain, unpredictable weather, and the solitude of the wilderness.