From: Judit Noyes <[email protected]> Subject: Franconia NH shower, meal, bed Message Body: We can take in groups of up to four if you don’t mind two dogs. Can pick up at Lost River Rd, NH 112 – after Moosilauke or at Liberty Springs Trail Head. (We’re flexible if you want to come down Skoocumchuk, Garfield or Galehead for any reason. Provide a shower, meal, fluffy dogs.
From: Jane and Aaron McCarter Subject: Trail Angels - Respite and MASH Message Body: Jane and Aaron McCarter (1994 AT thru hiker “Monk”) Trail Angel support from Ashby Gap/Route 50 to Snickers Gap/Route 7. Offering: A unique opportunity to chill for an evening at a nearby winery or brewery: choice of 20. We transport to the venue and back to the trail or hostel. Max 4 hikers and a modest fee. And: M.A.S.H. Mobile Assistance and Shuttles for Hikers. Assist with transportation, resupply, and other resources as needed. Evenings and Weekends . We are generally available and welcome the opportunity to be of assistance. Please text “AT” to 703-554-5791. Looking forward to another great hiking season. Happy Trails!
From: Summer G Subject: Help and rides offered between Watauga Lake and Vandeventer shelters Message Body: I live about 5 minutes from the road crossing between Watauga Lake and Vandeventer shelters. I can also drive around the lake to the hwy 67 crossing or Dennis Cove. More than happy to provide rides into Hampton/Elizabethton/Johnson City, deliver items, take out trash, a hot meal, shower, or maybe a soft bed. As long as I or my husband are available, we’re here to help. SMS @ 423-707-5156
From: Ms. Barry McAlister <[email protected]> Subject: Near Chester Gap/Front Royal, VA Message Body: Hello! I have been hosting AT hikers at my home in Huntly, Va for two years. I post on the Facebook page of “Women Hikers of the Appalachian Trail”, and I provide sleeping quarters, laundry, dinner al fresco, swimming pool and p/u/ d/o at HWY 522 near Front Royal/Huntly. Hikers can find me on Facebook @ Barry McAlister. My email is [email protected]. Usually, I like to get a text a day before a hiker needs a pick up, but I have been able to accommodate last minute. A small donation always appreciated.
From: Megan <[email protected]> Subject: Trail Angel up road from RPH Shelter Message Body: Hello - I'd like to help through hikers - I have been an avid high-altitude climber and lover of all things outdoors. I understand the beauty of finding oneself through the challenge of going into the unknown outside. I have also had family members complete the AT. I'd like to help with rides, meals (I'm a recently trained vegan chef), lodging, laundry, showers if anyone needs. I own a home just up the road from the RPH Shelter in NY. Please connect me with any other websites/facebook groups that could help with this. Megan
- From: Lynn Long <[email protected]> Subject: Meals & Hosting by Trail Angel Message Body: I live at the foot of the Blue Mountain in Lynn Township, Lehigh County, PA. I am about 2 miles from the AT crossing on Rt. 309. I’m willing to provide home cooked meals, showers and a bed for through hikers who need a break from the trail. Can accommodate a couple or especially women hikers. Cell/TXT 484-695-1699
From: Stan Mordensky Subject: Trail Angel along & near the MD AT Message Body: I became a trail angel well before the summer of 2013 when my son, (Dino DNA) was a thru-hiker on the AT. I saw how any kindness or little gestures to help any hikers was appreciated. I began teaching & training my MD public school students high adventure skills from an MCPS course, "Outdoor Ed for Secondary Students" about 1973. I often traveled the four-state area (WV, VA, PA and MD) as our playground helping others when needed. Now in approaching our 70s we hike a little shorter distances but enjoy the outdoors and helping people. I live one hour off the MD AT, Looking forward to seeing you along the MD AT.-Stan 301-639-8584
From: Gabe Osiier
Subject: Trail Angel supporting from Harpers Ferry to Glasgow
Wife is section hiking SOBO, Virginia. During the course of visiting her, I have become addicted to being a trail angel. Contact me if you need a place to stay for a day or more, many can sleep in my house, if you need a ride somewhere, or if you need you to bring you something. I can make almost any time work. Text or call 540-288-7027. Shout out to the great hikers I have met this year, including Hummingbird, Dandelion, Hazmat, Fireball, Minnesota, Old School Hippy, Viva, Tuttleman (so cool I got to see you finish your flip flop!), and of course my lovely wife Maria (please somebody give her a trail name!). Hike your hike!
From: Megan Fitzgerald <[email protected]> Subject: AT Trail Angel NY, CT Message Body: I live on the CT/NY border (about an hour from the AT). I’m happy to help in any way, shuttle, emergency assistance, in a pinch I could host a hiker (2 at most) overnight and provide shower, laundry, hot meal (I live in a 700sqft). Also can bring supplies to the trail. For overnight assistance, typically need a few days notice (sometimes I travel for my job) but will always do what I can.
From: David Lee <[email protected]> Subject: Appalachian Trail Angel Message Body: I would like to be an angel at the Vernon, NJ parking lot.