Off the Beaten Path: Traversing the Trail in Cumberland County

 

Many know that the Appalachian Trail, one of the United State’s most famous hiking paths, starts in Maine and ends in Georgia. But one of it’s key points sits in Cumberland County and is highlighted by a wooden spoon.

Source: Off the Beaten Path: Traversing the Trail in Cumberland County | The Sentinel: News | cumberlink.com 

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