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Latest Appalachian Trail Items
Combat veterans who are hiking the Appalachian Trail as part of the "Walk Off The War" program are at the start of their six-month trek.
Cecil E. Thayer III plans to spend the next six months walking away his war.
Volunteers are working to complete the last 30 miles of West Virginia's 330-mile Allegheny Trail, a hiking pathway that runs from the West Virginia-Pennsylvania border near Bruceton Mills to a junction with the Appalachian Trail in Monroe County.
The longest hiking trail in the U.S. stops 40 miles short of its most famous cousin, but a group is trying to bridge that gap.
In promoting the state's plentiful outdoor activities, the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development is telling potential visitors there's more to the Volunteer State than Elvis, Dollywood and the Grand Ole Opry.