Appalachian Trail Cafe


Appalachian Trail Cafe
Appalachian Trail Cafe is listed in the Cafes category in Millinocket, Maine. Displayed below is the only current social network for Appalachian Trail Cafe which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Appalachian Trail Cafe on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 82.

Contact information for Appalachian Trail Cafe is:
210 Penobscot Ave
Millinocket, ME 04462
(207) 723-6720
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I have't posted much lately because my phone drowned .NaviGator is posrting pics of our travels . I am able to answer emails for AT Lodge reservations through our website. We will be back in the states at the end of March. There is still plenty of time to plan your stay with us for a SoBo special, or doing a section hike, or just coming to the area for summer activities. Our area has so much to offer.

Appalachian Trail Lodge shared a post.
Can't say enough about her.
Sharing a post from a few years back:
Jennifer Pharr Davis shares her experiences hiking the Appalachian Trail and breaking a world record. Hear what it's like hiking the Appalachian Trail now...

Appalachian Trail Lodge shared An Appalachian Trail Journey's photo — drinking something that makes me smile.....more at Big Bend Resort & Adventures.
Now That's determination. Congrats to Soren.
It was an honor to introduce Soren 'Sojo' West at the Javits Center, NYT Travel Show. At 75yrs old, with his 8yr old dog Theo, Sojo was the oldest thru-hiker in 2016. #HealthyAging Photo: Jenny Schulder, Lancaster PA

Appalachian Trail Lodge shared a post.
Very informative
This is the author of Awol on the Trail and the AWOL Guide (only guide with a sobo version!) Get there if you can!
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Appalachian Trail Lodge shared Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers: Class of 2017's post.
How to give thru-hikers a good name.
he AT is crowded. We’ve heard about it, seen the jammed campsites, and witnessed the effects. There are ways to mitigate the negativity though, and they start with you. We asked a crew of section hikers, thru-hikers, and general trail lovers what it means to be an ethical hiker, and here’s what we g...