Category Archives: Appalachian Trail

trail angel available to help between Virginia and Maine

From: Wes McGee "The Patriot" <wes.mcgee@tateandlyle.com>
Subject: Angel Available

Message Body:
Set up 16 times between Virginia and Maine following the 2017 hikers and will again be setting up for 2018.
Available to help if I can in any situation. Just ask?

Glad to assist with transportation, resupply in the Roan Highlands area

From: Dan Maloy
Subject: Trail Assistance

Message Body:
We are  part time residents  near the Roan Highlands section of the trail. When in the area, my wife and I would be glad to assist with transportation, resupply, and etc. We won't always be available, but when we are, we welcome the opportunity to be of assistance. 4043104647

I shuttled over 400 hikers in Southern Massachusetts in 2017 and looking forward to helping the class of 2018.

From: Joe Sokul <jsokul@yahoo.com>
Subject: Trail Angle - Applachian Trail

Message Body:
I shuttled over 400 hikers in Southern Massachusetts in 2017 and looking forward to helping the class of 2018. I'm located in the Great Barrington, MA area. My contact information is 413-717-0751. Text or phone call is fine. I do not charge for shuttles to and from town, I do offer slack packing at a nominal fee. I'm looking forward to helping the 2018 hikers
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Trail Angel, Shuttles and more! Lakeville, Connecticut



 

 

Trail Angel Lisa (Jaguar Paw)
Trail Angel, Shuttles and more!.

I am closer to Falls Village so that might be the better town to list. I actually live in Lime Rock with a Lakeville address. It gets very complicated in this little corner of New England.

Lisa Crofts
PO Box 1424
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
https://www.nancyjolly.net/

email: lcrofts@yahoo.com
Tel: (860) 671-0960

Trail Angel Williamstown, MA just off of the AT Rides, Shower, Laundry

Name: Jim Baur
Email: jim.baur@gmail.com
Comment: I live in Williamstown, MA just off of the AT. I can drive hikers to nearby towns. I’m in an apartment, so no overnight accommodations, but I can offer a shower and laundry.



Trail Angel Based in the White Mountains of New Hampshire

Name: Anastasia Slough. Based in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and work on a donation basis. My 4-Door Eggplant-colored Ford Edge can fit 4 passengers with enough space in the trunk for plenty of packs/gear. Text or Call 785-764-7248 if you need a lift or food drop 🙂



We can pick up hikers where the Trail crosses I-70 – about 14-15 miles west of Frederick, MD – or at the AT Conservancy HQ in Harpers Ferry, WV.

Name: Howard Gorin
Email: hdgorin49@gmail.com
Comment: My wife and I live near Washington DC.  We can pick up hikers where the Trail crosses I-70 – about 14-15 miles west of Frederick, MD – or at the AT Conservancy HQ in Harpers Ferry, WV and bring them to our home for a few days of respite: a real shower, a comfortable bed, a washing machine and dryer, a chance to rest and catch up on the blog, buy supplies, etc.  Pick up on Thursday afternoon only and return to Trail on Sunday. We do need advance notice – three days in advance is preferred – in order to adjust our schedules. Your tales from the Trail are the only “payment” we expect.  Check out my Couchsurfing Profile: https://www.couchsurfing.com/people/rovingrabbi



Live near port clinton, willing to help.

Name: jane spink
Email: janespink10@gmail.com
Comment: Live near port clinton, willing to help.



I can provide rides from the trailheads nearby and other trail magic goodness. Waynesboro, Pa

Name: Chris “Soggy” Vores
Website: http://www.facebook.com/atsoggy
Comment: Chris “Soggy” Vores, Waynesboro, Pa. Phone/Text 717-331-9827. Add me on Facebook I can provide rides from the trailheads nearby and other trail magic goodness. I also can UberX you for longer distances.

Trail Angels in Burkes Garden, VA – Appalachian Trail

Trail Angels don’t grant three wishes to thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail — unless they are wishing for cold water, free food they didn’t have to carry or some other creature-comfort not easily found on the trail.

We’re told: Don’t trust people you don’t know.  Never take candy from strangers.

We believe: Trail Angels are different.

Need an example?  How about the folks in Virginia at Burkes Garden Central Lutheran Church.  They practice what they call “AT Trail Hospitality.”

Source: Trail Angels in Burkes Garden, VA – Appalachian Trail